Thursday, September 13, 2012

Homeschool Science

What?  It's sunny out, and I thought I was done for the day!



I can't believe you're making me write up the experiment.
Do I really have to write up every single one?
And why are you calling me a predator?
Mom, this is so dorky.



My prey is in there?
Um, I don't eat paper.



Oh!  I'm an M&M predator!
Alrighty, then.


Only thirty seconds?


Maybe mom isn't quite so dorky after all.
And I even found some of the camouflaged (green) ones.

10 comments:

dlefler said...

Oh, that is a really clever idea! I love it! Gunnar's expressions are priceless, too, haha!

Herding Grasshoppers said...

It was pretty cool.

Besides talking about the effectiveness of camouflage, it illustrates natural selection. If M&M's could reproduce, (and isn't THAT wishful thinking!) which colors would survive to pass on their genes to babies in this habitat?

Anonymous said...

so funny...loved Gunnar's expression and body language...and what a total turnaround when he's searching through that box!

Felicity said...

Great idea! And I love the expression on his face - priceless!!

Choate Family said...

I could hear the nature documentary background music playing - you should make a video!

Abi's Blog said...

Love it and the way you think of things - You are blessed! As always, I enjoy your blog!
Blessings from TX,
Ava

Herding Grasshoppers said...

I can't take any credit - the experiment idea comes from Apologia science. We're doing Zoology for the third book in a row - Gunnar's choice.

And Joanna, you're brilliant. Why didn't I think of doing David Attenborough's voice?!

melanie said...

Love the pout face and goggles, Gunnar!

Trying to remember if we used m&ms for that, or maybe skittles? {m&ms would be much better prey!}

The dB family said...

Love Gunnar's expression! So if the credit doesn't go to you for the brilliant experiment, I know Apologia science would be a huge hit in this house!

Blessings!
Deborah

Ann said...

Love this post!!!! Too fun!