Category Archives: The Egg(s)
I used the following arthropod scavenger hunt checklist with my elementary science class as we studied chapter 13 of Exploring Creation with Zoology 3: Land Animals of the Sixth Day. arthropod_scavenger_hunt (PDF)
Recently my juniors participated in a Girl Scout Mall Show, where the theme was Science: Serious and Silly. I’m a big fan of science and love hands-on activities for kids, so I thought this project would be a big hit … Continue reading
Since our very first meeting, I have been compiling a scrapbook for the girls in my girl scout troop. At our first meeting of the year, I will take a picture of each girl and of the troop together. The … Continue reading
This was a fun project to do with my girl scout troop on our first camping weekend! I bought a 25-piece wooden puzzle for a dollar and spray painted over the image-side before we left for camp. On a rainy … Continue reading
Belle and I “enhanced” a project I saw on FaveCrafts, called Bed Pockets. She has been itching to learn how to use her new sewing machine, and I am desperate for her to start putting her electronics in a safe … Continue reading
My brownie troop wore these easy-to-make hair clips when we went Christmas caroling at a senior center. We glued some to hair clips for the girls, and the rest to clothes clips to hand out to the residents, who could … Continue reading
Worried about Santa not finding your house on Christmas Eve? The kids and I put together the following letter for the children of friends who have very recently moved. Naturally, their young children were worried about confusing Santa. We printed out … Continue reading
Sniff, sniff – time flies! Here they are basking in the glow of her birthday Nook.
Although we have already started school, I thought it would be nice to get the girls in our Girl Scout Troop all together for some fun before school starts for them. One of the moms suggested horseback riding at a … Continue reading
Okay, I don’t want to beat a dead horse, but is he not the cutest?