Farm Kid1 has visited the Tillamook Forest Center twice with Cub Scouts, but this was my first time going. I really enjoyed it. It’s a great discovery center & it’s free (donations accepted, of course). The museum has a ton of information on the Tillamook Forest including plants, animals & how people use the area.
As a family we enjoy birds and even their eggs. We’ve had chickens a number of years & often it is the kids job to collect the eggs – most of the time they don’t mind & sometimes even argue over who gets to collect them. My kids also love breakfast food, including scrambled eggs with cheese (and pancakes & bacon). So, these egg experiments
Since next weekend is the Great Backyard Bird Count I thought we’d learn more about birds. My kids are very interested in birds so this is a great topic for us. This was something they didn’t know – that owls (and a few other birds) puke up part of the last meal they ate. Gross! Perfect for my kids. Before dissecting our own pellets we
We started reading Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder this week. The pioneer days are my favorite time in history & I am a huge Little House fan. So, this is going to be a fun unit for me to explore with Farm Kid1 I’ve got a few pioneer activities & crafts planned. But we came across a surprise experiment to try while reading Chapter