Easter Egg-speriment: Sink or Float Science Project for Kids

Sink or float science experiments are always a favorite amongst kids – and with good reason! They are simple, fun, and provide a hands-on way for kids to explore scientific concepts like buoyancy. And what better way to try out this classic experiment than with plastic Easter eggs? The Easter Egg Sink or Float Science … Read more

Printable Easter Lego Mats for Kids

Easter is just around the corner, and if you’re like many parents, you’re probably scrambling to find fun and engaging activities to keep your kids busy. Enter Printable Easter Lego Mats! These awesome mats are bursting with all kinds of Easter-themed builds, from bunnies and baskets to chicks and chocolate. And the best part? They’re … Read more

The Easter Bunny Says: Printable Game for Kids!

Spring is in the air, which means it’s time for Easter-themed fun! If you’re looking for a game that’s sure to get your kids hopping (pun intended) with excitement, look no further than “The Easter Bunny Says.” This printable game puts a fun Easter spin on the classic “Simon Says” game, making it the perfect … Read more

How to Make a Crystal Geode

How to Make a Crystal Geode

I remember as a kid my Grandma used to have a bookshelf lined with Geodes. They were absolutely magical to me. Like a key to the land of Dwarves and Fairies (I used to think that was how crystals were made). Recently my kids asked how to make a Crystal Geode. I don’t think I have been this excited for a science experiment in a while. This simple science experiment definitely brought out the kid in me!

How to Make a Crystal Geode

What is a Geode?

A Geode is a hollow sedimentary rock that has beautiful crystals inside. In the Greek language, geode means “shape of the earth”. Geodes are round like earth or oblong like an egg. They are formed over millions of years through exposure to heat and water. It can take hundreds of millions of years for the space inside a geode to be filled. Once a geode which is completely filled with crystals is called a nodule.

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