The first home refrigerator was designed by a French monk in 1911! There were refrigerators before that, but not for in homes. Instead people had ice boxes that were kept cold by…ice! not electricity. Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
What do you think Sadie is telling Sophie?! She’s whispering a secret! When we whisper, we don’t use our vocal cords like we do when we talk – and our vocal cords are what helps us make different sounds and also sing. Try singing in a whisper – it can’t be done! Only one sound comes out when we whisper! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
What could be more fun than decorating cupcakes?! – well, maybe eating them! Did you know that it wasn’t until 150 years after cupcakes were invented that someone thought to put frosting on them. I wonder what took them so long? Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
Yay – we’re four years old! Well, the website is and I’ve been putting up coloring pages almost every Thursday (except for major holidays) every week. Thanks for following our adventures! Did you know that cupcakes really used to be baked in cups!? Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
We’ve been doing a lot of exploring of the museum – and it’s time for a snack! Did you know that almost all of the bananas that we eat are clones of each other?! There are over 1,000 different kinds of bananas, but only a few that taste good enough to eat – even covered with ice cream, sauce, and whipped cream! I’m glad Sophie and Sadie are such good friends they can share so nicely! Click on the image […]
I have learned a lot about bathtubs this week! People have been taking baths for thousands of years – except for a period of about 300 years in Europe when no one took a bath or shower or washed up at all it seems. In Japan it was traditional for the whole family to take a bath together and many cities throughout the world had public bath houses where people stopped in to take baths. Click on the image below, […]