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19 Mar, 2007

Monday Show and Tell: A science lesson

Posted by andrea tomkins in: - Mondays are for Show and Tell|Multimedia experiments

Today’s lesson is brought to you by Sarah. Who knows, you might learn something! Click the audio player to have a listen.

Interested in participating in the Monday Show and Tell?

  • help your child find something they want to share – toys are okay, but I would love to see something different. Something interesting, something they made, they cherish, an heirloom, a treasure, a secret.
  • photograph it
  • post it on your blog along with their own commentary: What is it they chose to share and why?
  • come back and let us know if you participated by posting a link to your show and tell in the comments.
  • I encourage everyone reading along to leave a comment for the blogger’s child. Ask a question. Or two! Get them thinking and talking.

1 Response to "Monday Show and Tell: A science lesson"

1 | Ginger

March 19th, 2007 at 8:56 pm


Sarah, that was a great song! Did you make up the words? I teach science in Texas and I love that it is informative and catchy! Thanks for sharing your song with us!

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My name is Andrea and I live in the Westboro area of Ottawa with my husband Mark and our dog Piper who is kind of a big deal on Instagram. We also have two human daughters: Emma (20) and Sarah (18). During the day I work as a writer at The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. I am a longtime Ottawa blogger and I've occupied this little corner of the WWW since 1999. The Fishbowl is my whiteboard, water cooler, and journal, all rolled into one. I'm passionate about healthy living, arts and culture, family travel, great gear, good food, and sharing the best of Ottawa for families. I also love vegetables, photography, gadgets, and great design.

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