March 24, 2015

Children's Book Activities on Mom's Library



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My Children's Book Features This Week! 


Stir the Wonder made a fun Sensory Bin to go with Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!



3 Dinosaurs incorporated Gross Motor Skills into Goodnight Moon!



Crafty Moms Share threw a Very Hungry Caterpillar Party! 



Stir the Wonder has a huge collection of activities to accompany Kid's Books!


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March 21, 2015

Top 10 Science Books for Kids


Kids are drawn to science because the natural world is just so exciting and most of them don't get enough of it. With screens distracting them from the real entertainment that is right under their nose! You need these 10 Science Books for Kids in your home to inspire your children to explore and discover the world around them. Easy experiments, answers to questions, and visual guides make these books must-haves. There's something for every child, and you won't be able to put them down yourself.


Top 10 Science Books for Kids

Books for Pre-K & Kindergarten

1. Look Inside Your Body The first book to introduce science to a very young child is an easy pick. It is one about our bodies! Children love to talk about their body. Help them understand how their body works and how to take care of themselves with this lift-the-flap book. Try this simple Anatomy Sidewalk Chalk Activity to go with it!

Look inside your body science book for kids. Has over 100 lift-the-flaps

2. Big Book of Big Animals Another great way to introduce children to science are through animal books. This book really is BIG, with durable fold out pages that contain information on some of the biggest animals on the planet. Did you know a blue whale is bigger than the largest dinosaur? Find out more with this animal science book for kids! Then, use some clothespins to make your own BIG animals.

Big Book of Big Animals

3. Look Inside Our World What is the earth made of? Where do we live? This book is both an introduction to geology and geography! It has over 60 flaps with simple answers to complex questions. Pair it with this location nesting boxes activity and remember to remind your kids that God made the world.

Intro to Geology - science books for kids

Elementary Science Books

4. 365 Science Activities Discovering something new is easy because of the activities in this book. You'll have a years worth of ideas and more because your child will want to do these over and over again. Each time you can add more details to further their understanding. Need something to record your findings on? Try a free experiment worksheet printable.

365 Science Activities - Science Books for kids


5. See Inside How Things Work Engineering and science combine in this lift-the-flap book. Answers to questions like, what happens when you flush a toilet, or what goes on inside a light bulb will be answered for inquisitive minds. They will definitely be inspired to make something of their own.

How Things Work - Science Book for Kids

6. Elementary Illustrated Science Dictionary It may sound boring because of the word 'dictionary', but this is one book that you'll want on your shelf. It has simple explanations to basic science principals that every child should know. You can work through the book by subject for a curriculum if you're homeschooling, or use it as a starting point to plan an experiment.

Elementary science dictionary for kids
 
7. Book of Science Activities Vol. 1 This book explores in more depth, water, light, mirrors and magnets with easy to duplicate experiments and activities. The 2 other volumes explore batteries, the body, weather, plants, and air.

book of science activities

Science Books for Older Children

A fascinating look inside a tough job, this book describes how small pieces of evidence can be used to solve a crime. Kids will love reading about real life crime stoppers.

forensic science for kids

Why do things do what they do? Physics may sound intimidating, but if you have a scientist in the making, this book will fascinate and motivate them to learn even more. It makes physics exciting and easy to understand!

what's physics all about

You can't find a better science encyclopedia because this one contains 2,500 scientific terms, over 1,500 illustrations and diagrams, over 140 experiments, activities and observations to carry out, a quick reference dictionary defining over 1,500 scientific terms and test-yourself revision aids. If that isn't enough, this book contains links to reputable sites you can go to for more information and all for less than twenty dollars.

science encyclopedia

You're invited to a Book Party & Giveaway

Please join us on March 26th for a quick Facebook party and giveaway. We'll share some literacy tips and show inside some of these amazing books. To enter to win, please RSVP on Facebook.

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March 19, 2015

Edible Bird's Nests


Who doesn't love the combination of crunchy chow mein noodles and chocolate or butterscotch chips? Add peanut butter and it is even better! I even attempted adding marshmallow to the chocolate ones; seriously, I went all out on these things, but the best part for the kids was this was something they could make with minimal help!

For a spring time treat we shaped these into little nests and added a Peanut Butter M&M egg!


Both recipes require Chow Mein Noodles (sorry I don't have an exact amount; just however many you like) and egg shaped candies. Additional ingredients and instructions below!

For the Chocolate/ Peanut Butter/ Marshmallow Nests:

1 Cup Milk Chocolate Chips
1 Cup Peanut Butter
1 (7 oz) Jar Marshmallow Fluff
2 T butter

Combine the above in a small saucepan and melt, while stirring, until smooth. Stir in Chow Mein Noodles (no set amount just however many you want). Next form little nest shapes on a waxed paper lined baking sheet. Add whatever you are using for eggs (like I said, we chose Peanut Butter M&Ms) and refrigerate. I will say the marshmallow fluff keeps the noodles from sticking well, but after shaping the nests and refrigerating they will set up!





For the Peanut Butter/ Butterscotch Nests:

1 Cup Peanut Butter
2 Cups (1 bag) Butterscotch Chips

Combine and melt in small saucepan while stirring. Add Chow Mein Noodles until coated. Form nests on waxed paper lined baking sheets adding egg shaped candies when you finish. Again we used the Peanut Butter M&Ms because you can't get a much better tasting egg shaped candy! These will set up at room temperature, but can be hurried along in the refrigerator.





What a better way to welcome spring then with some delicious little birds nests!




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