All You Need for Christmas Are the GeekDad Books

Books Geek Culture Hacking the Holidays

Geek Dad 3 Books
One of the most important things we can do with our kids is spend time with them, playing games and building projects together. Sharing experiences, especially ones where everyone discovers and learns, is the most rewarding thing we can do as parents. But more often than not, when the opportunity arises to spend time together, we don’t have a clue what to do, and everyone ends up watching TV (not always bad, but bad if it’s always what happens).

Which is why, over the last four years, we’ve been proud to bring you the GeekDad series of books, filled with fun, geeky projects and science experiments to do with your kids; everthing from flying a video camera on balloons, to building a cloud chamber and seeing the radioactive decay coming off your bananas (yeah, you’ll never look at a banana the same way again). There’s something for every level of ability, and every level of geekiness, and all the projects were designed by members of the GeekDad community.

So, if you’re looking for a great gift for that geeky parent in your life (dads and moms alike), consider getting one of the GeekDad books (or heck, all three) as the perfect stocking-stuffer.

 

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3 thoughts on “All You Need for Christmas Are the GeekDad Books

  1. I’ve been waiting what feels like, and in fact has been, years to get one of these books. What is the minimum age you would recommend for the projects? Is one book more suited to the preschool set? I have a patient 3.5 year old that likes building things and an impatient 1.25 year old that likes exploding things. And if not these, do you have thoughts on books, activities, or resources for the youngest aspiring mad scientists out there?

  2. Same question. I have 4.5 year old and I am setting him on the path to geekdom. One review I saw on Amazon for the second book said that the projects were better for kids 10+. Are any of the three more suitable for smaller kids.

    1. Sorry for the late reply – each of the books has a range of projects for different ages, from some simple but geeky craft projecst to stuff involving fire .

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