I'm so excited to be sharing one of my most popular posts of 2015 with you along with some of the best education, craft and parenting posts of the past year from a group of talented bloggers. Although I have already featured some of my 5 most popular posts from the past year, I want to feature here one of the most fun posts to create and share.
Featured Post: Best of 2015
Saturday Science Experiment: Spies and CSIs has 3 different spy themed activities, 2 different methods for making 'invisible ink' messages (without heat or flame!) and a fingerprinting activity that does not involve ink. I love these activities because they are engaging and fun, but also safe enough that children can do this with just a little help from an adult.
Who doesn't want to create a secret message? Although the invisible ink activity is super fun, the traditional method of lemon juice and a heat source isn't the most safe or kid-friendly way to do it.
The pencil graphite and scotch tape method of lifting fingerprints gives such a clear fingerprint, not smudgy like with ink. Kids can really take a good look at their arches and whorls! You'll find easy to follow step-by-step instructions on the post.
Best Activities of 2015
Each blogger featured in this post chose their best post of the year in the categories of Education, Crafts and Parenting. You'll find their posts in clickable links in the linkies below. You're in for a treat with these excellent activities!
Best Education Posts of 2015:
To find all of these activities in one place visit the Best of 2015 Pinterest Board!
Follow MaryAnne at Mama Smiles 's board The Best of 2015 on Pinterest.
Kids love creating secret messages. Your spy-themed activities are super fun!ReplyDelete