Saturday, January 22, 2011

It's a Give-Away...

Wow!  Thanks to all of you, we reached 100 Google Friends Readers and now it's time for a 
Give Away!!

You are about to get your first look at the very first, Science Mommy Kit
The kit includes:
  • 1 spring scale
  • 4 pipettes
  • 2 mini petri dishes
  • 2 shallow bowls
  • 2 dropper bottles
  • 2 magnets
  • 1 pulley
  • 4 balloons
  • 2 film canisters for baking soda rockets
  • food color
  • 2 Owl pellets
  • 2 tweezers
  • 1 Owl pellet dissection guide
All packaged in a Science Mommy Kits box.

To enter, do a Science Mommy investigation or exploration with your Science Kids. That's important...since sharing science with Science Kids is the goal of this blog.  Then leave a comment on this post sharing your experience.  The winner of the science kit will be randomly chosen from these comments on February 1st.

Have fun with Science! 

14 Science Moms have commented...:

Kylie said...

The kit looks great :-)

Cyndy said...

Congrats! Love the kit full of essentials!!!

Mandy's Memories said...

Wow! That looks great. How fun!

LeslieP said...

What a fun way to learn! Thanks for the giveaway!

Gladys said...

LOVE the kit...very hands on! I love doing science experiments with my class...the messier, the better!

Joannof10 said...

I love The Science Mommy ideas. One of our favorites we did last summer, the film canister rockets.
You can see our fun here:

Katherine said...

We loved finding your blog. I popped on your chemistry link yesterday and today pulled out the Milk Lab experiment with my 6-year old daughter. It was so cool. My husband (the Physics/Astronomy teacher) soon joined us and we did it 5 more times. Every time more cool and more colorful.

NSMOM said...

Our favorite science-y excursion is to give each of the boys an empty egg carton and then go for a walk and let thme collect anything they want. They take such pride in carrying their cartons and figuring out what they want to collect, it is too cute. If we are up for it, we may do an art project of sorts with what we found once we get home. Thanks, Maureen (jnomaxx at hotmail dot com)

the W* family said...

We got cups of water of various temperatures (steaming, with ice, room temp., etc.) and took their temperatures and talked about how temperature affects precipitation. It was really fun!

jeana said...

We really enjoy your blog. It helps us make science fun!

Niki Christiansen said...

I am a rookie Homeschooling mom who struggles with helping my kindergartner discover and explore science concepts. While many concepts are very simple (especially at her age), this is an area I feel ill-prepared to cover well. (My brain does not easily grasp certain scientific concepts.) That is why discovering your blog recently has been so exciting for gives this science-deficient mom/teacher some hope. Thank you!

Kimberly said...

We really enjoy your blog! My kid scientists are always eager to try out new experiments and projects that you post about that we haven't tried before.

One of your projects we enjoyed making were the Eye Spy bottles. What I liked about this was that it was something the kids could do.

Kimberly @The Muddy Princess

Korina said...

Hi, The kit looks like fun. My kids and I use your experiments a lot in our home schooling and I'd have to say the baking soda rockets have been by far their favourite..... they were outside doing it long after I got bored and left them to it and taked about it for ages.
Thanks for making science fun for my kids. :-)

Amanda @ said...

This looks like so much fun! It would be great to have the basic tools all ready to go. Thanks for the work you put into your blog and for such a neat giveaway!