Things have been a little crazy around here of late, so we are happy to embrace the darker colder days, a roaring fire and, of course, some Netflix. Want to know what we have been watching? Well, here is what the adults have been enjoying, and next
We woke this morning to find the science equipment had been raided…. by a group of dinosaurs! They were caught red handed… reading the science books (and checking out interesting facts about their relatives), rummaging through the equipment
The Hallowe’en break has finally arrived! If you are looking for activities to keep your family entertained here is something sure to please …. Hallowe’en and science combined into one, fun quiz!
Use it to challenge, entertain or inspire
Filming of the Is Eolaí Mé series is well under way… and it looks amazing! I got to see the finished set for the first time last Monday morning, and it was even better than I imagined. Peadar, the presenter, has been working
It has been a while, but Dr. Simple is back… with some more science in 30 seconds… this time he answers the question…
“How do birds and aeroplanes fly?
This blog has made it to the shortlist in the Blog Awards Ireland… Woohoo! Not so woohoo is that fact that public vote counts for 30% of the marks for this round of judging. I hate asking –
It certainly was one of those weeks… and I am not referring to the school return, I am referring to THAT picture.
A small boy.
At first glance… another family photo on my timeline?
A closer look… a feeling of unease.
I was chatting with my son the other evening when he stopped for a second and said… “you know I really feel like we had this exact conversation before, sitting here, in the exact same way… and that happens to me a lot”.
Time to explain déjà
It is lavender season again. I just adore the plant, there are endless things that you can do with it, it smells divine, looks great AND it keeps the bees happy!
I like to harvest some of our lavender each year and make something with it, so this year
This week’s Mystery Creature is a very unusual mammal… can you name it?
Image credit: Lip Kee Yap.
If you know what it is let me know here or on social media. If you don’t why not do a bit of research or, better yet, entertain