Monthly Archives: November 2013

Science Gifts for the Holidays

As much as I hate to admit it…it’s time to start holiday shopping.  If your house is anything like mine, your child already has too many toys and they are taking up an obnoxiously large piece of your real estate, … Continue reading

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Scientist Field Notebook

Readers, I confess.  I had a lot of trouble with this post.  I fondly remember being in kindergarten and doing my first leaf rubbing.  I whisked the crayon gently across the paper, and like magic, the leaf outline appeared.  I’ve … Continue reading

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Leaf Gradient

I’m sure my toddler is not the only one who notices EVERYTHING around her…even when I don’t want her to: “Mommy, did you eat all the cupcakes?”  Ahem.  I would rather put those baby blues to good use and have … Continue reading

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Leaf Pictures

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s November.  You know what that means.  No, I don’t mean tragically early Christmas decorations. I mean frost.  I mean numb toes in damp boots.  I mean pink noses and scarlet cheeks.  It’s getting chilly enough that … Continue reading

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