My son loves to do experiments so this week we decided to see if an egg would sink in water. It sank. We talked about how the egg is heavier, or more dense, than the water. Then we got another cup and added salt (a lot) and saw it float on top. We then got a cup of water and filled it half full of salt water, then put the egg in, and then added salt water to the top. The egg was in the middle of the cup. It was a great way to talk about salt water being heavier or more dense than the egg and see how it works. Very easy and fun.
KEEP READING FOR A GREAT SCENTSY GIVEAWAY! There is so much to be thankful for, it really is hard to decide what will make these next few posts... but today is an ode to my husband. If there is one thing he loves, it's great smells. Although great smells come from great cooking, they also come from great candles. Now with kids around candles can feel a little risky, but then came Scentsy . This is a "flameless" candle which is actually kind of a throw back to the scented wax warmers that used a candle. No candles here, just plug in the warmer and the small light bulb does all the work. I'm a fan of the nightlight sized warmers, but the larger Scentsy warmers are quite lovely. Browse the entire Holiday Collection to find the one perfect for your home or start thinking about gift giving - the combinations are endless! And look at this festive warmer of the month (10% off): But now we need to talk about fragrance! Silver Bells is the fragrance of the month (als