Lately, I’ve spent time with my Dad learning how to use software to make iPad and iPhone apps. I’m learning a lot. So, when it was time to decide a science fair topic, why not do this? First, I decided I’d make a display of an iPad for my board. I made that out of black poster board and tin foil. Then I researched. My
My dad showed me a robotics website and he asked if I was interested, I said yes. Robotics is of course building the robot and programming it to do what you want it to do. Programming is fun because you get to enter a code telling the stamp (the robot’s brain) what to do. I found out in an article in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
We are making some of this today, so I thought I’d post the recipe from our old site… We did a science project to see what the birds like best. We used this recipe. It is allergy safe with my little sister and brother around. You can also add some Sunbutter. Danny Lipford’s suet cake recipe 1 cup bird seed 1 cup lard 1 chopped
Eldest Boy, a.k.a. My Backyard, has a passion for bird watching, is our resident bird feeder filler and is sharing our May bird study today. He wrote this up last week during our study… For our bird study, we picked the most interesting birds we’ve seen in our backyard lately. Brown Thrasher – The brown thrasher really likes it when we don’t mow the backyard
Back when we were studying the solar system with Answers in Genesis: Our Universe, I read the Answers Magazine issue on Discovering a Young Universe. When I finished reading that one, it made me want to find all the other issues of Answers Magazines we have in our house. It’s a good sized stack. So far I have read and learned more about: the universe
A long time ago we bought a screech owl/kestrel bird house. And some nuthatches have nested in it! One of them seems to be ‘sweeping’ the top of the house while the other stays in the house. To hear the white-breasted nuthatch call, click Cornell Lab or Ornithology. Here are the pictures: Do you have nuthatches in your backyard?
First we saw this bird on the patio a lot and it didn’t seem to be scared of any thing. We weren’t sure what kind of bird it was, so we emailed my Aunt Mary Ann the photos. Here’s what she said: “It’s a gorgeous hermit thrush! Great bird, it’s the only thrush to overwinter in the southern US! I’ve only ever heard one singing