Monday, February 28, 2011
Since it's monday- we had math class- and went to Pam's for school today.
Roo's counting page shows 100 days of school.
Doodle and Roo made necklaces with 100 pieces of cereal.Pam found a ton of fun games to play from the Minute to Win it website- only ours were 100 seconds to win it. ;) - We had to balance 5 dice on top of a craft stick held in our mouth for 3 seconds.
LOOK- another use for craft sticks! Balance a plate with blocks on top of our headBuild a "crane" out of string and pencils, it hooked over Doodle's ears, then Bug pulled the strings, and pulled it up with a piece of candy on top, Doodle had to eat the candy. We had to do this 3 times in 100 seconds.
Pam is so wonderful! She made us a 100's pie for dessert. :D Thanks Pam for a FUN Hundreds Party!
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Roo did a Science project on growing borax crystals. He hypothesized that the crystals would grow better under a heat lamp. He put them to grow in the window, under a heat lamp, in the freezer, and outside. His hypothesis was wrong- after weighing his crystals, the ones outside grew the most and biggest crystals.
Doodle did a great project on microwave popcorn. He thought that the more expensive popcorn would pop better, and have more to eat, and less that remained unpopped. His results showed that the more expensive brands didn't pop any better than the cheap generic brand.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Doodle is my snowmobile boy. He LOVES to drive the snowmobile, and he's a super good driver. He's so careful, and cautious, and always aware of the other people around him.Doodle, L and Bug on a ride. Roo and W out playing in the snow by the river.
Pam and I out for a ski Playing on the cabin roof. Crazy! More playing on the roof pics! Ben, W and Roo dug a snow tunnel. It was fun to crawl from one entrance to the other. Roo thinks a rabbit is going to find this cave, and claim it as it's home. Popcorn and movies one night before bed.
Friday, February 4, 2011
Thanks Tammy for planning such a fun day!
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
More on the science fair- to come!