Posts Tagged “family activities”


7 Stove Top Safety Tips for Kids - Cooking with Kids, Part 3 | Bounce Energy Blog

7 Stove Top Safety Tips for Kids – Cooking with Kids, Part 3

Welcome to Cooking with Kids from Bounce Energy! Think of the kitchen as a science lab or a living classroom. It contains so many elements that can provide hands-on learning opportunities for your kids – measuring, learning temperature, time, chemistry, fermentation, and [...]

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Fun with Less Kilowatts: Valentine Operation | Bounce Energy Blog

Fun with Less Kilowatts: Valentine Operation

Welcome to Fun with Less Kilowatts! We believe that science experiments at home can be a creative way to engage kids in learning while having fun. They can be educational AND great activities to keep your kids busy and away from the television. Each month, we’ll feature a [...]

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12 Kitchen Safety Tips - Cooking With Kids, Part 1 | Bounce Energy Blog

12 Kitchen Safety Tips – Cooking With Kids, Part 1

Welcome to Cooking with Kids from Bounce Energy! Think of the kitchen as a science lab or a living classroom. It contains so many elements that can provide hands-on learning opportunities for your kids - measuring, learning temperature, time, chemistry, fermentation, and mo [...]

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Fun with Less Kilowatts: Build Your Own Electric Motor | Bounce Energy Blog

Build Your Own Electric Motor: Fun with Less Kilowatts

Welcome to Fun with Less Kilowatts! We believe that science experiments at home can be a creative way to engage kids in learning while having fun. They can be educational AND great activities to keep your kids busy and away from the television. Each month, we’ll feature a [...]

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What Can My Family Do Indoors When It’s Cold Outside? | Bounce Energy Blog

What Can My Family Do Indoors When It’s Cold Outside?

When the cooler temperatures of winter arrive - even in Texas - you're guaranteed a few days trapped indoors with your kids. But cabin fever isn't a bad thing! Seize the opportunity with your family and make the most of your concentrated time together. Check out these 10 [...]

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Fun with Less Kilowatts: The Egg Experiment

Welcome to Fun with Less Kilowatts! We believe that science experiments at home can be a creative way to engage kids in learning while having fun. They can be educational AND great activities to keep your kids busy and away from the television. Each month, we’ll feature a [...]

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Create Your Own Budget-Friendly Holiday Cards with Our 8 Projects | Bounce Energy Blog

Create Your Own Budget-Friendly Holiday Cards with Our 8 Projects

If there’s one tradition I stick to during the holidays, it’s sending cards to people I love. In this digital age, there’s something old-fashioned and romantic about creating a handwritten note and sending it to someone else’s home. [caption id="attachment_2208 [...]

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Be Prepared with Our 9 Top Tips for Fall and Winter Camping | Bounce Energy Blog

Be Prepared with Our 9 Top Tips for Fall and Winter Camping

"There's no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing." - Sir Ranulph Fiennes [caption id="attachment_22053" align="aligncenter" width="500"] That's right, Texans - winter is real, and you can camp in it while having fun![/caption] That quote couldn’t b [...]

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Holidays in a Safe Kitchen: 7 Tips for Cooking with Kids | Bounce Energy Blog

Holidays in a Safe Kitchen: 7 Tips for Cooking with Kids

The holidays are a colorful and dynamic time of the year in the kitchen, with preparations for meals, holiday treats, and the creation of gifts for friends and loved ones. [caption id="attachment_21972" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Adorable photo, but I'm glad I'm [...]

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Creating a Safe Kitchen: 10 Tips for Cooking with Kids | Bounce Energy Blog

Creating a Safe Kitchen: 10 Tips for Cooking with Kids

I am passionate about cooking with my children. I grew up swinging from the apron strings of my mother and grandmother. Watching them throw together holiday meals, Sunday roasts, cakes, desserts, sauces, cold salads, chutneys, stews, and so much more, I saw the dance and th [...]

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