Monthly Archives: May 2017


My family has a rich history of serving the in the armed forces, so around Memorial Day and Fourth of July I like to find ways to talk to my son about our country’s history. A lot of my Engineering classes in college involved analyzing water in some way, so […]

Make an American Flag Using Water Science Experiments


About a month ago we bought our son a fidget cube as an attempt to help him focus during church. Shortly after his cube arrived, he told us he would rather have a fidget spinner. Suddenly we start hearing about fidget spinners from everyone. It was the talk of every […]

Reverse Engineering a Fidget Spinner


To an Engineer, math is fun. Engineers use math in pretty much every aspect of their life. The fun in math for Engineers was usually there from childhood. And if you ask them where they gained their confidence in math, most of them would name a strong adult influence. A […]

6 Ways to Teach Your Kids Math is Fun



It’s May the Fourth, and if you’re a Star Wars fan, you may also know this day as May the Fourth Be with You, a nod to common phrase in the famous movies. Since we’re BIG Star Wars fans at my house, I thought it would be a perfect day […]

May the 4th Be With You: 21 Ways to Teach ...