Science Activities for Kids from the Frugal Family Linky.
Last week there were lots of science activities for kids shared on the Family Frugal Linky and here are some of my favourites:
Nature Study: Exploring Natural Clay from There’s Just One Mommy
Colourful Melting Ice from Bambini Travel
Science Lesson: Making Freezer Bag Ice Cream from Mosswood Connections
Treasure Ice Eggs from Letters in the Sand
I’m suffering with aches, pains and a sore throat this week and I have been dosing up on hot water with honey and lemon to keep the shivers at bay. I did have to give in and attend the GP today as well and it turns out that I do the help of an antibiotic. I am feeling quite rundown now and cannot wait until the end of the school year (just over a week to get through!). All of the rushing around on the school run, keeping up with the housework and blogging in the evenings is taking it’s toll now. We have a few mini breaks booked over the summer holidays and I cannot wait now.
As i’m not feeling 100% I have had to be creative with our activities to allow me to get some rest. I have been enjoying lots of time sitting down with my daughter in the morning colouring, cutting and sticking, making little small worlds and enjoying a few disney movies.
What frugal activities have you been upto this week? Get ready to link them up below:
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3 thoughts on “Science Activities for Kids”
Thanks for hosting and thanks for featuring our Science Lessons from Making Freezer Bag Ice Cream!
I love the science activities! Great post,and a pleasure co-hostingwith you as always!
Thanks so much for sharing our natural clay study! I hope you feel better soon. Here we are all fighting terrible allergies, so a bit more movie time than the norm.
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