GeekMom: Two Ways to Turn Old Cards Into New Art

We are more than halfway through January, and most all of the remnants of the past holiday season have been…

January 18, 2021

GeekMom: Fun Regency Era Facts for Those Obsessed With Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’

It is universally acknowledged in my house that I love Regency era romance novels. Luckily for me, there’s many authors…

January 15, 2021

GeekMom: 7 Picture and Photo Essay Books to Teach History to Kids

History as a topic is a pretty big, all-encompassing one. We want our kids to learn about history—and more than…

January 14, 2021

GeekMom: Make/Play/Watch/Read: Re-Do Your New Year Celebrations

Raise your hand if you want to re-do the beginning of 2021. Don’t get me wrong: flipping the page on…

January 14, 2021

GeekMom: Post-Holiday Cleanup DIY: Upcycled Advent Calendar

The first two weeks of January a usually the time when our home is in post-Christmas and holiday season transition,…

January 12, 2021

GeekMom: The Saga Continues: ‘The High Republic: Light of the Jedi’ – Charles Soule

Today is an exciting day for Star Wars fans. After a wait of almost two years, including a significant delay…

January 6, 2021

GeekMom: LEGO Education’s BricQ Motion: Purposeful Analog Learning for a Digital Steam World

In November 2017, I randomly RSVP’d to the release of the LEGO Education Steam Park and became an instant fan.…

January 5, 2021

GeekMom: How My Sketching Addiction Became My 2020 Diary

One of the things I reluctantly did last year was start an Instagram account, as I knew if I was…

January 5, 2021

GeekMom: Sabrina Faces Down the Eldritch Terrors in ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 4’

I will always have a certain fondness for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina as a GeekMom. Making predictions for what…

January 4, 2021

GeekMom: Between the Bookends: 3 Books We Read in December 2020

Congratulations! You made it through 2020 and have arrived (safely, we hope) in a brand new year. Here’s hoping that…

January 2, 2021

GeekMom: 2021 One-Hit Wonder Goals

I have a hard time coming up with long-term goals to follow through with because it feels like they are…

December 30, 2020

GeekMom: 10 Good Things That Happened to Me in 2020

Let’s all say it together, as if we hadn’t been doing so ad nauseam for months: 2020 sucked! That’s not…

December 29, 2020

GeekMom: 2 Visually Pleasing Science Books for All Ages

Exploring the Elements: A Complete Guide to the Periodic Table We are all made up of atoms, a combination of…

December 28, 2020

GeekMom: Dear Parents, I Promise It’s Okay If You Didn’t Go All Out for the Holidays

Dear Fellow Parents, I know there are some people that are touched with the holiday spirit in such a way…

December 25, 2020

GeekMom: 10 Random and Geeky Facts About Fictional Angel Wings

Teacher says, “Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings.” — Zuzu Bailey It’s the holiday season, and…

December 21, 2020

GeekMom: On the Third Day of Christmas We Played Three New Games

As we begin the final countdown to Christmas Day, and the elf looks for ever more unusual places to hide,…

December 20, 2020

GeekMom: ‘Inertial Drift’: A Retro Racer That Keeps Things Simple Yet Satisfying

What is Inertial Drift? Inertial Drift is a racing game set in a retro style ’90s future that uses unique…

December 20, 2020

GeekMom: ‘Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix’ Is Cartoon Karting Family Fun

What Is Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix? Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix is a fun and frantic kart…

December 19, 2020

GeekMom: Puzzle Culture’s Subscription Box Is Perfect for Puzzle Fans

Puzzles are something that my family has enjoyed even before the pandemic made them all the rage again, so I…

December 18, 2020

GeekMom: ‘Superliminal’: A Puzzling Game Where Perception Is Reality.. Or Is It?

What is Superliminal? Superliminal is a video game that uses your perception of size, depth, and relative location to create…

December 17, 2020

GeekMom: Comparison: Bluetooth, Wireless Headphones for Kids

With the holiday season comes many gifts of new phones, tablets, games consoles, and other noise-creating devices, which means many…

December 15, 2020

GeekMom: 5 Geeky Holiday One-Page Printable Crafts

In our home, DIY projects and crafts help us fight the winter blahs and get into the holiday spirit, and…

December 14, 2020

GeekMom: Make/Play/Watch/Read: In the Garden

Let’s be clear: My preference will always be for a real garden. I love getting my hands dirty, watching the…

December 13, 2020

GeekMom: Hornby Brings Traditional Toy Trains Into the Modern Age With Eurostar

If there’s one word that is definitely NOT synonymous with 2020, it’s travel. With most of stuck in lockdowns and…

December 12, 2020

GeekMom: How to Make a Lighted Rudolph Mask

While I strongly encourage you to stay at home as much as possible, most of us do need to go…

December 11, 2020

GeekMom: Tabletop Review: At Home Escape Room Fun With ‘EXIT: The Enchanted Forest’

Escape rooms have been all the rage, but COVID has shut down a lot of places that host such events…

December 11, 2020

GeekMom: The Little Hands Card Holder Helps Little Gamers Hold Big Hands

The Little Hands Card Holder from Gamewright is a helpful little gadget that allows younger players to more easily hold…

December 10, 2020

GeekMom: Six More Fandom-Inspired Cookbooks From Insight Editions

I’m a bit of a fan when it comes to a fandom-inspired cookbook, as evidenced by several of my previous…

December 9, 2020

GeekMom: The Best TV Holiday Specials for the Kids

December is filled with festivities and celebrations, so I’m not surprised when the television is filled with them too. Christmas…

December 8, 2020

GeekMom: 7 Picture Books to Enjoy With Young Readers This December

The cold nights of December, at least for those of us in the northern hemisphere, are the perfect time for…

December 7, 2020

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