Groovy Lab in a Box 1-Year Subscription Giveaway

@groovyLabinaBox 1 year subscription #giveaway The perfect #homeschool #STEM curriculum

    Sponsored by: Groovy Lab in a Box   Hosted by:  The Squishable Baby   Groovy Lab in a Box is a monthly subscription STEM box with comprehensive hands-on activities in engineering, physics, chemistry and math.  Your child will be treated to a full year-long science curriculum – focused on developing experimentation, creativity, and Read the full article…

Groovy Lab in a Box Shows us that Experimenting is Fun!

Groovy lab in a box STEM experimentation on launch kit

  I received the Groovy Lab in a Box launch kit for the purpose of this review.  The opinions stated herein are 100% my own.     Everyday – all day, the kids ask me if we are going to work on our catapult.  They love this – seriously.  They are having a ton of Read the full article…

Learning Programming is Kid-Friendly and Fun with Tynker – Now on iPad!

  I received compensation and product in exchange for an honest and thorough review.  The opinions stated herein are 100% my own.           Have you heard of Tynker?  Tynker a kid-friendly web-based platform that teaches children (as early as grade 1) computer programming skills.  It’s widely known, with use in over Read the full article…

Fox Talk Educational Book Review – A STEM Activity & $25 Cash Giveaway

About the Book Title: Fox Talk Author: L.E. Carmichael, PhD Book Designer: Michael Penman Illustrator: Jody Bronson Photography: Brian Dust Publication Date: August 8, 2013 Publisher: Ashby-BP Publishing Pages: 62 Recommended Age: 8+   Summary When you talk to a dog, does the dog talk back? Many people think so. But for a long time, Read the full article…

DIY Holiday Ornaments and a Science Lesson for your Homeschool

    The kids and I made DIY holiday ornaments and learned a bit about science! We learned about solutes, solvents, supersaturation and crystal formation – while having fun and making unique and beautiful Christmas tree ornaments. Here is what we did. 1.  Boiled water and placed it in a mason jar (or other wide Read the full article…