Scary Fun Fanta Eye-Scream Floats

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Fanta Eye Scream Floats

What’s more “Halloween” than a glass full of eyeballs?  Making this eye-scream float is a quick way to add a little spooky fun to any Halloween gathering.  From kids to adults, no one can resist the cream, dreamy flavor of an ice cream float, especially when it’s staring back at you!

ice cream eyeballs

The stars of this frightful productions are the ice cream eyeballs, made with OREO cookies!  OREO has some special Halloween themed packs you can pick up at your local Walmart.  They are the perfect size for snacking or passing out to all of those little ghouls and goblins that will soon be making their rounds.

Making these eye-scream eyeballs is easy!  First things first, grab some OREO Minis.  Carefully open your OREO cookies to expose the cream filling.  Grab a chocolate chip and gently squish it right into the cream filling to create a pupil.  (You can eat the extra half of the cookie!)  Next, make balls of vanilla ice cream using a small scoop (about a heaping tablespoon each) and gentle squish your iris/pupil cookie creation onto the front of the eye-scream ball.  Tuck those in the freezer to let them set back up.

Cup of Eyeballs

After about 15 minutes, you can pull your eyeballs back out of the freezer.  If you want to add a bloodshot look, moisten the backside of a butter knife and dip it into red sugar sprinkles, then press those onto the eyeballs.  They should stick pretty well.

Fill up a glass with a little ice cream, top with a few eyeballs, then pour Fanta right over the top.  You end up with a delicious, creamy, orange and vanilla ice cream treat that is frightfully delicious!

While Halloween is only one day, you can celebrate with OREO and Fanta all month long!  My kids and I will spend the month of October doing crafts, making recipes, pumpkin picking and of course decorating!  These Fanta Eye-Scream Floats will fit in all month long!  Want some spooky inspiration for your Halloween activities?  Evette Rios, host of the CBS show Recipe Rehab has another exclusive recipe just for you at the #SpookySnacks Social Hub.

Eye Ball Float

What #SpookySnacks are you whipping up for Halloween?  Be sure to stop by Walmart and pick up Fanta, OREO and all of the other goodies you need to make this Halloween a spooktacular event!

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Chicken Tortilla Soup w/ Pepper Lime Tortilla Chips

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Chicken Tortilla Soup

The weather is cooling off, the days are getting shorter and we’re finally ready for football season!  Some people go to the games, some go out to restaurants to watch the game with friends and some park it on the couch for a family day full of pigskin rivalry.  Whether you’re pulling for your home team or you’re a die hard fan of a team half way across the country, you can’t watch a game without food.  It’s a must!

Kaiser Kids Packers

I like hearty and filling game day meals, but I also really enjoy meals that take little effort and that can stay on the stove (or in the slow cooker) through the afternoon, allowing everyone to eat when they want.  Of course, we’re all eating in front of the TV!

Chicken Tortill Soup with Pepper Lime Tortilla Chips

Savory, flavorful soups and stews are great for game day.  I wanted to add more flavor by giving my tortilla chips an unexpected little zing.  Lime juice, salt and pepper were the perfect combo.  Instructions in making your own Pepper Lime Tortilla Chips are included in the recipe below.  Mission Foods Tortillas work great for making the chips.  You can make a whole pack or save some for burritos or soft tacos later!

Chicken Tortilla Soup Ingredients

The best part of this soup, aside from how fantastic is tastes, is that it is so simple even an older kiddo could make it!  If you can do just a little cutting and open a few cans (and safely operate the oven and stovetop) you can totally make this soup!

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Chicken Tortilla Soup w/ Pepper Lime Tortilla Chips
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Simple and FULL of flavor. The perfect soup for a cool winter day.
Recipe type: Soup
Serves: 6-8 Servings
  • 6 Cups Chicken Stock
  • 2 Large Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • I Small Can Diced Green Chilies
  • 3 Cloves Garlic, Chopped
  • I Can Fire Roasted Tomatoes
  • I Cup Frozen Corn
  • I/2 Cup Chopped Cilantro (Fresh)
  • I Can Great Northern (White) Beans
  • I Avocado
  • I Package Soft Tortillas
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • 1 Lime
  1. In a large sauce pan, combine the first SEVEN ingredients.
  2. Cook over medium low, covered, for approximately 1 hour, or until the chicken is cooked through and shreds easily.
  3. Remove chicken breasts from the soup and shred.
  4. Return chicken to the soup.
  5. Add the Great Northern Beans to the soup and the juice of half a lime (reserve the other half).
  6. Continue to cook over low heat.
  7. In the meantime, preheat the over to 350 degrees.
  8. Place tortillas in a single layer on a flat baking sheet.
  9. Rub each tortilla generously with the cut side of a lime.
  10. Season tortillas well with salt and pepper.
  11. Using a pizza cutter or knife, cut tortillas in to bite size strips or into triangle chips.
  12. Bake in the over for 10-15 minutes, or until crisp. Keep an eye on them so that they don't burn.
  13. Serve the soup with tortilla strips, a sprinkle of fresh cilantro and a few slices of avocado.

Pepper Lime Tortilla Chips

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Our Clearwater Vacation To See Winter and Hope (Part 1)

Clearwater Beach FLA

It’s been a crazy busy Summer, but now that Fall is here and I have a tiny break to catch up before the holiday crazies set in, I finally have a chance to tell you guys about our trip to Florida!  I’m going to break this down into two posts, because if I don’t, I’m going to kill your computers with a picture overload!

My mini-me, well only like me in attitude, has been dying to go to Clearwater Marine Aquarium to see Winter since the movie Dolphin Tale hit the screen.  Being pretty dolphin-obsessed when I was younger, I understand the pull.  Finally, after crunching the numbers and weighing our vacation options, we decided to skip our normal huge family vacation this year and instead head for Clearwater, Florida.


First things first, there was the great plane verses car debate.  We live a solid 10 hour drive from Clearwater, and that’s assuming you don’t have to stop a half dozen times – and with kids in tow – let’s just be honest… it would’ve been a 12 hour drive for us.  And by us, I mean me.  The solo adult.  The only licensed driver.  Hmmm… plane it is.  We flew out of Charlotte and into Tampa (via a connecting flight in Atlanta).  My kids definitely got their fill of airports for one trip.  I booked the whole shebang through (flight, car and hotel) and definitely saved some money.  (No, they aren’t paying me to say that.  I priced a number of options a number of ways and through a number of places.  Priceline was the best option.)

Wyndam Grand Clearwater Beach FLWe stayed at the Wyndham Garden on Clearwater Beach.  We thought it was a really nice place, and more of a resort than a hotel.  The rooms were very, very clean, had nice furniture and plenty of room.  We had a great experience with the staff, and outside of one little elevator issue (I kinda got trapped for about 10 minutes), I had no complaints.  The kids really enjoyed it too.  They loved the pool, beach toys, floats and other amenities the hotel had to offer them.  I really enjoyed the lounge chairs, beach umbrellas and wonderful cabana staff there to handle any requests we had.

Playing on a Hotel BedThe Wyndham also had a fantastic restaurant on site that we enjoyed for most of our meals.  I even ordered room service the night we arrived and we were all thrilled with the quality of the food.  That being said, it was a little pricey.  That’s to be expected though.  The hotel was also within walking distance of a variety of other dining options, but really… how could you not enjoy leisurely walking down to the ocean side deck for a scrumptious breakfast burrito in your bathing suit?

Breakfast BurritoThe kids really enjoyed eating there too.  That’s part of why we ended up eating there so many times!  They would pick out several things they wanted at each meal, so we’d come back again so they could try the next thing on their list.  I can’t say I blame them.  I did not have a single thing that I didn’t think was fantastic the entire time we were there.

Breakfast on Clearwater BeachWhat about Winter and Hope?  Well, we definitely got to see Winter and Hope, as well as Nicholas and a few other animals from Dolphin Tale, and we checked out a cool place all about the movie.  We also took a boat ride of the bays and got to see some dolphins playing in the water by our hotel!  I’ll tell you all about our Dolphin Tale Adventure in my next post, but for now, check out the friend we made on the beach…

Heron Clearwater Beach

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What Happens To The Pictures On Your Phone?

I spent the evening yesterday deleting the pictures on my phone.  There were pictures of my kids, pictures of my dog, and even a few of my boyfriend.  There were pictures of food, pictures of things I saw at the store, and pictures of random things in nature.  There were pictures I’ve shared on Facebook, pictures I’ve shared on Instagram and some pictures that have never left the confines of my camera roll.  Deleting pictures has always been scary for me.  Yesterday, it wasn’t.


I take so many pictures.  Anyone who takes the amount of pictures I do understands that all of those files (especially if you hoard them) will eat up the memory on your phone.  I tried to download an update to my Twitter app earlier in the week and got the dreaded “not enough storage” message.  My bad.  I haven’t saved the pictures of my phone and cleaned up my camera roll since April.  I had roughly one thousand pictures eating up space on my phone.  There are a lot of my pup, Fenway.  How could I delete that super cute face?


Delete pictures off my phone isn’t scary anymore, not knowing that they are backed up by Amazon Cloud Drive.


I’ve been an Amazon Prime member for years (it’s really, really worth the money!), but had no idea that my Prime membership also scores me free storage on Amazon Cloud Drive with Prime Photos.  The best part?  The pictures from my phone get backed up automatically!  I don’t have to remember to do anything.  Just download the app, sign in to my Amazon Prime account, set the preferences and let it go.  Simple, right?  I never have to feel back about deleted pictures off my phone again.


If you’re not a Amazon Prime member (and you should be), don’t worry!  Amazon Cloud Drive offers an $11.99/yr Unlimited Photo Plan that gives you all the photo storage you’ll ever need.  Want to back up more than just photos?  Amazon Cloud Drive has a plan for that too.  For $59.99/yr – that’s less than $5 per month – the Unlimited Everything Plan lets you back up photos, videos, files, movies, documents and music.  Did I mention UNLIMITED?  You can access Amazon Cloud Drive via the web on MAC, PC and tablets.

What does the camera roll on your phone look like?  Do you have a plan for backing up your pictures or will they live in your phone forever (or until you have to delete them to free up space?)  I could never just delete this face, could you?



I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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Make Moving Sweeter – Tips For Moving With Kids

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by General Mills through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Toaster Strudel™, all opinions are my own.

Tips for Moving with Kids

Moving to a new home is stressful whether you’re two, twenty-two or even my age (we won’t talk about that number).  It can also be a great experience and a lesson in organization and efficiency for your kiddos, if it’s handled in the right way.  Here are a few tips and tricks to help when you’re moving with kids in tow.

1 — Don’t expect miracles.  Set realistic expectations for not only your kids, but yourself as well.  Moving is hard.  Moving with kids in tow is harder.  You will be tired, you will be exhausted and you will all hit your limit.  Take breaks, as frequently as you all need them, and give them some downtime to do something fun in between packing and unboxing.

2 — Purge before you pack.  Clean out the closets, cabinets and drawers a few weeks ahead of any packing.  You might want to “ninja clean” the kids’ rooms (that’s what I call secretly purging things without the kids knowing) to get rid of unused/not needed clothes and toys that will otherwise never be missed, but would cause a huge meltdown if they saw you getting rid of them.

3 — Make a moving day plan and share it.  If you can avoid doing your full move in one day, spread it out.  We had three weeks to make our move happen, so we moved the essentials on day one and had a few mini moving sessions since to get the rest of our belongings moved over.  I gave the kids a rundown of the plan for the day, being sure to include that we’d finish a successful day with a little family fun.


Kids Helping Unpack

4 — Let them be involved.  As adults, especially women, it’s very common for us to take the “get out of my way” approach and handle things ourselves.  Stop.  Take a breath.  What can your kids do that will let them be involved and get something off your plate?  Give them easy tasks with clear instructions.  For example, I gave each kiddo a reusable grocery bag and asked them to pick up all of their shoes and put them in their bag.  Easy enough, right?  They were occupied for five minutes and I had one less thing to pack.  Win, win!

5 — Let them reign supreme over their domain.  Moving day is not the day to argue about toys being put away or where backpacks need to go.  The two rooms in my house that are the “put it there and we’ll deal with it later” rooms — the kids’ rooms.  Once the furniture is in place, I let the kids control what went where in their rooms.  They could spread out, make a mess, basically entertain themselves however they liked as long as they contained it to their rooms.  The rest of the house?  That’s my domain.  Boxes were unpacked, things were put away (the kids can be a huge help with that too!) and organization prevailed.


30 Percent More Icing

6 — Reward their hard work.  In addition to making a little money as “movers” for the day, I promised the kiddos a sweet treat for all of their hard work.  Toaster Strudel™ is celebrating its 30th birthday by putting 30% more icing in all Toaster Strudel™ packages — and who doesn’t love more icing?  Toaster Strudel™ Strawberry Pastries were an excellent way to make our moving day a little sweeter.


Toaster Strudel Strawberry More Icing

Kids Eating Toaster Strudel

At the end of the day, our move was a huge success!  I was happy with the progress we made and the kids were happy with their jobs, their income for the day and ending the move on a sweet note.  My favorite part of our move?  Catching them together, happy in our new home, and spending a few sweet moments together before the end of a very long day.



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Protecting My Family, Even After I’m Gone

For my 21st birthday, I bought myself a gift.  It was really less for me and more for my future children.  I bought a life insurance policy on myself.  Fourteen years, several jobs and two kids later, I still have the same policy.  It’s one thing I will never let go of, no matter what.  And here is why…

Let me share a story with you.  In 2011, my nearest and dearest friend (Lara) decided to leave her husband.  She had been a stay-at-home mom since having her first child in 2005.  When she left, she left with nothing.  She was working part-time jobs to make ends meet, but as we all know, most part-time jobs don’t come with benefits.  For her, the important thing was being able to afford rent and food.

533072_3829406455827_545860463_nSunday, May 6th 2012 was a pretty normal Sunday for us.  We’d spent the morning running a few errands, then headed to the park for a birthday party for my son’s best friend.  It was a pretty good day.  We came home, tucked the kiddos in bed and watched television for a while.  We were headed to bed around 11 pm and my phone rang.  I saw that it was a friend of mine, knew she’s been out on a dinner date with her husband, and assumed I was getting some post date gossip call.  I sent the call to voicemail and headed upstairs.  You know how you get those nagging feelings sometimes?  Well, I had one of those and decided to listen to her message.  She was crying, there were sobs.  Something was horribly wrong.  Something has happened.  I immediately called her back, but never expected to get the news I heard.  Lara was dead.  The paramedics weren’t sure what had happened yet, we later found out it was a pulmonary embolism, but Lara had started having trouble breathing and had called 911.  They tried, but they couldn’t save her.  My best friend died at the very young age of thirty-five.

Memorial Service

She left no money, her mother and sister didn’t have any either.  My friends and I, her friends, collected money so that we could afford to give her a proper memorial service and have her cremated.  We wanted her children to have her ashes.  It was only right.

There is enough to deal with when someone dies – the grief, the stress – the last thing I want to do is add to it for the people who loved me by leaving them in a financial bind.  That is why having and maintaining my life insurance policy is so important to me.  And I say “maintaining” because the facts it that there’s no one policy that’s going to right for you through your whole life.  Taking the time to review your policy, make changes based on your life stage, and know what your policy does and doesn’t cover is important!

For most US companies, Fall marks open enrollment season.  It’s the one time of the year that you can add, subtract or otherwise make changes to your company sponsored policies.  Did you know that in 2014 34% of employees spent less than 15 minutes researching their insurance options?  The truth is that many workers do very little research to learn which plans and products work best for them.  Many companies offer valuable supplemental products like Aflac’s Critical Illness, Accident, Cancer Disability and Life insurance policies.

Aflac LogoHow much time do you spend researching your options during open enrollment?  Have you had a personal experience with supplemental insurance policies that would inspire others to check out their options?


If/when something happens to me, because one day something will, I need to know that I’m not leaving a burden behind for my friends or family.  My kids are the most important thing in my world and I do everything I can to take care of them while I watch them grow, but I want to make sure they are taken care of after I’m gone too.

Want to see what Aflac has to offer and they it can help you protect you and yours?  Visit Aflac’s website to get the scoop!


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It’s National Coffee Day! Celebrate with 25 Tasty Coffee Recipes!

It’s time to celebrate National Coffee Day!  Whether you want a new coffee recipe to wake up with in the morning, or you want to celebrate with on a cozy mug before you head to bed, these coffee recipes are some of the best around the web! You’ll find everything from lattes to macciatos, and some that are a little more off the beaten path.  How will you take your coffee today?

National Coffee Day Recipes

1. Classic Irish Coffee with Cinnamon
2. Friday Night Coffee
3. Dunkin Donuts Coconut Iced Coffee
4. Vietnamese Iced Coffee
5. Frozen Caramel Macchiato
6. Salted Nutella Latte
7. Salted Caramel Mocha Latte
8. Spicy Hot Chocolate Mocha
9. White Chocolate French Vanilla Latte
10. Coconut Banana Iced Coffee Smoothie
11. Caramel Marshmallow Latte
12. Bulletproof Coffee
13. Cold Brew Cinnamon Coffee
14. Coffee Without A Coffee Pot
15. Nutty Vanilla Coconut Latte
16. Iced Mocha Latte
17. Jamaican Coffee
18. Chicory Vanilla Latte
19. Greek Frappe
20. Skinny Vanilla Bean Iced Coffee
21. Maca Smoothie with Dates & Bananas
22. Dairy Free Iced Latte
23. Rumchata Iced Coffee Slush
24. German Iced Coffee
25. Vegan Espresso Shake

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7 Scary Places to Visit in North Carolina

Scary Place in NC


Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC

This home has been labeled as America’s largest home. It apparently is also home to a number of spirits. The ghosts of former owner George Vanderbilt and his wife are seen and heard in various places including the library. A lady who died during a fall in the hotel’s atrium is known as The Pink Lady and she inhabits a fifth-floor guest room. It’s been rumored she is still here because she actually jumped to her death because her heart had been broken by a lover.


“Biltmore Estate” by JcPollock – Self-published work by JcPollock. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

The Great Dismal Swamp, Northern Border of NC & Virginia

The swamp is populated with overhanging cypress and shady grass-filled water. It seems like it would be a logical place, then, for reported hauntings too. There have been reports of unexplained lights and sounds all over the swamp at all times of day and night. Slaves are rumored to have used the swamp as a route of escape and there are the remains of slave settlements in various places. There is also a young man who has been spotted rowing a ghostly canoe across some of the open water, looking for his lost love.

Great Dismal Swamp

*Photo sourced from The Great Dismal Swamp’s Facebook page.

Paint Rock, Madison County, North Carolina

This area is named because of the large rock discovered covered with pictographs done by Indians who passed through. Young men who camp in the area describe the ghost of a beautiful Cherokee Indian woman who comes to them and sings a beautiful song. She has been described as a bit of a siren, luring the men to pitch their tents closer and closer to the river, ultimately drawing them to their deaths by drowning.

White-Holman House, Raleigh, North Carolina

This mansion was built in the finest architecture of its time, then has been modified over time to fit whomever was living there or the purpose the building was used for. However, one thing that was never changed was the back staircase. From the beginning, residents and visitors have reported hearing someone walking up and down the stairs – one booted step and one wooden leg step. It is unknown who the ghost might be since it has never been seen, but it has remained constant even as the tenants of the home have changed.

White-Holman House NC

*Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress

The Devil’s Stairs, West Jefferson, North Carolina

Near a bridge on NC194, there is a bridge crossing Buffalo Creek. Nearby to the bridge, there is a rock formation where four nearly perfect, nearly 12-foot stairs have been carved. There have been a number of hauntings and sightings in this area, even back to the time of the Native Americans. They avoided the area, going around the area completely. There was a man who was killed during the excavation of the area for the railroad and there are those that believed that Satan may have played a part. This is where the “Devil’s Stairs” came from. People began to hear a man singing old hymns along the railroad and seeing a headless ghost near there as well.

Greensboro, North Carolina

Greensboro is the home to Lydia, the vanishing hitchhiker, among other spooky tales. This is one of those stories that seems like an urban legend. But since a number of people have had the same experience, it could be that there is something to all the stories. The first story told is that a man is driving back to Greensboro late one night and sees a figure coming out of the fog. It’s a young lady in an evening gown and she is wet and cold. She claims to have had a fight with her boyfriend and needs a ride. Being a gentleman, the young man gives her a ride. When he goes around to open her door to help her out, she’s gone. He goes to the door of the home and discovers that the young woman he picked up was killed in an accident some years before. It seems that she is always trying to get home, but is never quite successful.

Teach's Hole

*Photo from Thinkstock/Comstock/Getty Images

Teach’s Hole, Ocracoke, North Carolina

The legend of the ghost of the pirate Blackbeard is said to frequent the cove here. The legend of Blackbeard is known quite well because of movies and stories. He was most interested in obtaining loot, not killing for what he could just get by being feared. One story tells that his men on the ship needed medicine, so they blockaded the harbor and kidnapped some of the city councilmen until their demands were met. During a fight with Lieutenant Robert Maynard, Blackbeard was shot and stabbed to death. Legend says that he was beheaded and his head hung from Maynard’s ship and his body thrown overboard. The story goes that the body swam rapidly around the ship and the head screamed hysterically. These same things are said to have been sighted even today, especially on dark, moonless nights.


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Seven Horror Movies Perfect for Halloween

This post is sponsored by Netflix.  As a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam, I receive complimentary Netflix streaming.  We were Netflix customers for years before becoming members of the #StreamTeam.  All opinions are mine and mine alone.

Seven Horror Movies Perfect for Halloween

You can’t get away from it this time of year.  Tis the season for the weird, the gory, the scary and the just plain creepy movies to hit your tv screens.  There’s smoothing to be said for that feeling you get when you know what your watching isn’t real, but it makes your skin crawl anyway.  I’ve handpicked seven of my favorite Horror movies from the Netflix lineup, movies that you need to watch in October, whether you’ve seen them before or not.

Sleepy Hollow – Detective Ichabod Crane is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate the decapitations of 3 people, with the culprit being the legendary apparition, the Headless Horseman.

The Exorcist – When a teenage girl is possessed by a mysterious entity, her mother seeks the help of two priests to save her daughter.

Children of the Corn – A young couple is trapped in a remote town where a dangerous religious cult of children believe everyone over the age of 18 must be killed.

Pet Sematary – Behind a young family’s home in Maine is a terrible secret that holds the power of life after death. When tragedy strikes, the threat of that power soon becomes undeniable.

Hellraiser – An unfaithful wife encounters the zombie of her dead lover; demons are pursuing him after he escaped their sadomasochistic underworld.

The Omen – Mysterious deaths surround an American ambassador. Could the child that he is raising actually be the anti-christ? The devil’s own son?

Cujo – A friendly St. Bernard named “Cujo” contracts rabies and conducts a reign of terror on a small American town.

Do you have a favorite Horror movie?  I’m clearly a Stephen King fan (his books too!).  What makes your skin crawl when you’re sitting alone in the dark?



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20 Gifts for Kids Who Love Science

20 Gift Ideas for Kids Who Love Science With Text & WM

Between birthdays and a growing holiday gift list, are you stuck on ideas for your budding scientist? Finding the right science based activity kit can be overwhelming especially when the subject itself can be so broad. If your child has a specific area of interest like chemistry or paleontology it can make it a little easier to narrow down fun projects. However if your child loves everything science, here’s a round-up of 20 gift ideas to make your shopping a little simpler.  If you buy through these links, a small portion of the sale comes back to this site to keep it up and running.  It’s a win/win!

  1. Snap Circuits Jr. SC – 100 Electronics Discovery Set
  2. Snap Circuits SC-300 Electronics Discovery Kit
  3. Scientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit
  4. Insect Lore Live Butterfly Garden
  5. OWI 14-in-1 Solar Robot
  6. Educational Insights My First Microscope
  7. Snap Circuits Lights Electronics Discovery Kit
  8. Learning Resources Primary Science Lab Set
  9. 4M Crystal Mining Kit
  10. 4M Weather Station Kit
  11. 4M Kitchen Science Kit
  12. Backyard Exploration Critter Case
  13. Scientific Explorer Magic Science for Wizards Only
  14. AmScope M30-ABS-KT2-W Beginner Microsope Kit
  15. ScienceWiz – Custom Bundle – Inventions Kit and Electricity Kit
  16. SmartLab Toys Extreme Secret Formula Lab
  17. Scientific Explorer Tasty Science Kit
  18. The Magic School Bus Chemistry Lab
  19. Smithsonian Rock and Gem Dig
  20. Smithsonian Diggin’ Up Dinosaurs T-Rex
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