I’m thrilled that the third book of my Kitchen Pantry Scientist series will be released on Feb.8th and is available for order everywhere books are sold (link here.) Yesterday, I went on Twin Cities Live to demonstrate some projects from the book and show some videos of whales, whale sharks, plankton and scorpions from a […]
I demonstrated a couple of Earth Day science projects from my new book today on WCCO Midmorning! “The Kitchen Pantry Scientist- Biology for Kids” will be out May 11 and is available for pre-order now, everywhere books are sold.https://cbsloc.al/3dYOTUcHere’s how to make nature bracelets from duct tape and mason bee houses from empty cans, paper […]
So excited for Biology for Kids’ book release on May 11th! Here’s a sneak peek at a few projects from the book. Pre-order now from your favorite bookseller or click here to order.
“Kitchen Science Lab for Kids, Edible Edition” hits shelves just in time for summer fun! Have you ordered your copy? #kids #summer #activities #science #cookbook #edible #junior #baker #chef #kitchen #chemistry
Seven weeks from today, my new book “Kitchen Science Lab for Kids: Edible Edition” hits shelves everywhere books are sold, and there are some great pre-order sales going on now! Kitchen Science Lab for Kids, Edible Edition gives you 52 delicious ideas for exploring food science in your own kitchen by making everything from healthy homemade […]
Here are ten quick and easy experiments to make your Halloween even more fun and memorable! Click on these links for instructions on how to make: Oozing Monster Heads (from Outdoor Science Lab for Kids) Frankenworms (from Kitchen Science Lab for Kids) Cornstarch Goo (from Kitchen Science Lab for Kids) Mad Scientist’s Green Slime (from Kitchen Science Lab for […]
My 9 YO and I did some fun experimenting yesterday to figure out the best way to make bath bombs. As a starting point, we tried a few recipes off of the internet. The first was was crumbly and smelled too strongly of olive oil, and the next one was equally tricky to work with. After our […]
We kicked off a new experiment today in honor of upcoming Earth Day. Details and an Earth Day experiment “round-up” coming soon! Joseph Priestly was an amateur scientist who started out doing experiments in his kitchen sink. Eventually, he was credited with being among the first scientists to isolate oxygen. He noticed that in a […]
“Are you a good cook?” was the first thing Dr. Tsneo Suzuki asked when I sat down in the office next to his cancer research lab at the University of Kansas. I stared at the picture of his wife, who I later learned had passed away from breast cancer, and wondered whether I should be […]
Since my goal is to get kids doing science, I was thrilled when Target asked me to do a guest post for abullseyeview.com about three easy experiments you can do with a homemade science kit! Check it out here.