With the holidays right around the corner, I’ve been on the lookout for great science toys and kits that my kids can play and learn with. Now that I have a baby in the house too, my eyes are shifting towards things that could be used now as well as in the years to come! During my perusing, I came across these wooden puzzle blocks and I immediately fell in love. Layers of the Earth, evolution and the fossil record, layers of the atmosphere and space, and volcanoes?! These are amazing!!! We needed to have these!Read More →

Building confidence and heroes, one cardboard step at a time! Katie loves crafting, and she also loves costume making! After she made her own Wonder Woman costume, she has set herself a goal of making new costumes whenever the motivation strikes. Fortunately for her, she didn’t have to wait long as we were given an opportunity to check out these amazing warrior costume designs from Crafteeo!Read More →

This giveaway has been CLOSED! Please check out the stellar space clothes of Baby Teith, and the launching of their kickstarter, featuring astronaut skirts and dragon scale clothes! Review: My friend Tiffe Fermaint is an award winning runway fashion designer, and she makes the COOLEST clothes ever for kids! She and her husband Keith Walker started their company Baby Teith after their daughter was born, when she was trying to find awesome baby clothes, but was having trouble finding things that fit their tastes. So, Tiffe decided to start making them herself! And what are the tastes she couldn’t find clothing to fit for?Read More →

The American Heart Association’s Halle Heart Children’s Museum is hosting its Grand Opening this weekend in Tempe! Until recently, the Halle Heart Museum has only been open for school groups and organized field trips. However, thanks to a grant from Tempe-based Insight, Inc., this weekend marks the kickoff of the Museum as it opens its doors to the public at large!Read More →

My daughter loves to read. Ever since she entered the world of chapter books and young novels, her voracious appetite for reading has been nearly unstoppable! Favorite books have been read and reread dozens of times, and I’m always looking for something new to sate her interests. It came to my attention that one of our favorite TV Scientists, Science Bob had written a kids novel with Steve Hockensmith called “Nick and Tesla’s High Voltage Danger Lab!”. It’s about two kids named Nick and Tesla who get involved in some pretty crazy adventures, and they use the power of science to navigate through them! We absolutely adoreRead More →

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I love the holidays! I love taking walks on cool nights, with hot cocoa in our hands and dazzling light displays reflecting our eyes. It’s a time for family, food, and celebration. It’s also a time for gift giving! As I was looking around for awesome holiday gifts for my family, I thought I’d put together a list of some of my favorite toys, games, and microscope to share with you and yours!Read More →

The Giveaway is now closed, congratulations Charise W, Sydney S, and RosaLinda H! Thank you so much for entering and sharing your wonderful stories about exploring the world with your kids! In our house, we have a really great collection of science books, with everything from the Eyewitness books, to various encyclopedias and field guides. The Exploratorium of San Francisco just sent us a copy of their newest book Exploralab to add to our collection and it is fantastic! Not only is it fun to read, but my daughter has adopted it as her own personal science activity book! Whenever she sees it, she flips throughRead More →

It’s Steve Spangler Time! Are you looking for ways to inspire curiosity, excitement, and bring out the FUN in learning? Do you want to introduce new experiments and demonstrations to illustrate standard science concepts? Are you looking to have fun with your kids as you explore the sciences of the world, while discovering how it all works? If you want to inspire active learning, while giving your kids a chance to take charge of their own discoveries, then I have something to share with you!Read More →