I really love the “A Week in Dinners” series over on Bumbles of rice so I couldn’t resist joining in when the series was opened up as a blog linky. I am really looking forward to seeing what
We find lots of lovely flora and fauna on our little adventure in the bog yesterday, this was one of them and the children thought it would make a good Mystery Creature…. can you name it?
We spent the last day of the Easter Holidays enjoying the great outdoors right on our doorstep.
We are lucky enough to have a lovely two mile long lane into the bog right beside our house, so we decided to take advantage of it and headed for a family
Do you like
green eggs and ham
I do not like them,
I do not like
green eggs and ham.
I am sure this would suffice as an add on to the coloured egg experiment
This egg experiment is a new take on an old favourite. We have made bouncy eggs before, we even made them fluorescent! This year we decided to add more colour.
This is a really simple experiment, you probably have everything you need already in your
It is International Earth Day today.
I have been thinking of the Earth a lot lately, even more than usual.
Global warming, endangered species, renewable energy have all been in the news lately, and well they should be.
But that’s not what I am thinking
The lawn mowers are out, leaves are appearing on trees and all things green are starting to emerge…. including the nettles; but don’t despair, when you look at them change your thoughts from annoying, stinging weed to… nettle pesto!
Last week’s Mystery Creature was the Potoo, in this case the Common Potoo (Nyctibius griseus). Here are some interesting facts about this very unusual bird:
Potoos can be found in Central and South America, although fossil finds dating back to
Are your children just starting their mid term break? Looking for some exciting activities to entertain them over the next two weeks? How about some Eggsellent Eggsperiments to keep everyone happy?
Here are five of our favourite experiments for Easter…