Recipes

Gingerbread Houses

Gingerbread Houses

Gingerbread is a baked treat that dates back to the Middle Ages. It is thought to have first appeared in the U.S. in the nineteenth century, when the Swiss monks of St. Meinrad Archabbey in Indiana baked gingerbread on holidays …[Continue]

Halloween Recipes

Halloween Recipes

Fun Halloween food is just one of many ways to enjoy the spooky holiday with friends and family. Whether you are looking for ideas for a healthy family dinner before trick-or-treating, or an entire buffet to entertain costumed friends, the …[Continue]

Halloween Recipes

Halloween Recipes

Fun Halloween food is just one of many ways to enjoy the spooky holiday with friends and family. Whether you are looking for ideas for a healthy family dinner before trick-or-treating, or an entire buffet to entertain costumed friends, the …[Continue]

How to Make Slime

How to Make Slime

Whether you call it slime, flubber, oobleck, goo, goop, gak, gunk, ooze, putty, or play dough, we are talking about gooey, homemade polymers that can provide both hours of fun and an introduction to chemistry….[Continue]

How to Tie-Dye

How to Tie-Dye

Tie-dye is a technique for dying fabric using folds and rubber bands to create patterns by hiding some of the fabric from the dye. The tied fabric can either be dipped into liquid dye, or the dye can be applied …[Continue]

Ice Cream

Ice Cream

Since 1984, July has been celebrated as National Ice Cream Month, with the third Sunday in July known as National Ice Cream Day. With long, warm summer days, and the kids out of school, what better way to amuse ourselves …[Continue]

Popcorn

Popcorn

Popcorn is fun to make, healthy to eat, and a great ingredient for science experiments. Whether you are entertaining preschoolers or teaching middle-schoolers the scientific method, you’ll find what you’re looking for in these popcorn pages….[Continue]