Howdy Sassy-Sci peeps! Today, the Prez and I are inviting you all into our lab to explore how to make a habitat diorama with a shoe-box and an imagination, plus a few more materials you have lying around the house.
This summer my niece and nephew, Train and Blaisey, have asked me to share a series - The Summer of Super Science Fun! Last year, the fabulous Summer Beach got the privilege of sharing with you all. It was supertastic! But I promise that Linc Dog and I won't disappoint!
We'll be making indoor fireworks, doing a few scientific magic tricks, and so much more! But today, we are going to do something that is part science, part art - some peeps like to call this a STEAM activity, but the Prez and I just call it super fun!
Let's chat about how to make a habitat diorama...
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Woohoo! We'd love to see the habitats you create - post a pic on Instagram and tag it with #SassySci (or @sassafrassci habitat project) and the Prez and I will check it out!
We'll be back in two weeks with another super fun activity just in time for the 4th of July!
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