20 January 2012

DIY science experiment table

via michellescharmworld.blogspot.com (with thanks to Apartment Therapy for the pointer)

Science experiments! As with art projects, most of us relish the idea of a little mad science with the kids, but then we run into the reality of gathering the materials and finding the space to work. Oomph.

Undaunted (and motivated by her daughter's love of science), Michelle set out to solve this problem. With a little help from IKEA, Target, the dollar store and a great sense of can-do spirit, she created a fully-stocked experiment "station" so her kids could have a dedicated place to dabble.

Awesome. Read on for details.

Full post at Michelle's Charm World: Science and Little Ones

Related: Review: The GeekDad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists

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