10 Future Scientists

by Deb on August 31, 2009

What sort of scientist is your little one?

  1. Rocks, dirt, mud and all things that can be dug – Geologist
  2. Cockroaches, caterpillars, and little creepy-crawlies – Entomologist
  3. Bubbles to blow and float and catch – Physicist
  4. Mixing, playdough, cooking and painting – Chemist
  5. Lying in the sun watching clouds – Meteorologist
  6. A fascination with bodily functions – Physiologist
  7. Construction, cars and crashes – Physicist
  8. Dress-ups and pretend – Psychologist
  9. Digging through the rubbish – Archaeologist
  10. Collecting, arranging and dissecting flowers – Botanist

I seem to have a bit of all of the above!  What are your kids?

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Bec August 31, 2009 at 7:30 am

She’s made keen on bubbles at the moment. Though she still doesn’t get that if she tips out the solutions there’ll be no more.


Deb August 31, 2009 at 8:19 am

So a bit of a chemist as well 🙂 My big girl did that, it’s horrible to clean up! Now we keep our bubble mix in little pop top bottles and it slows them down a bit.


momi September 6, 2009 at 12:07 pm

Haha! My daughter had a great interest in archaeology at one point, currently she’s into geology, physics and psychology!
I don’t think she would make a very good entomologist, she’s more interested in getting a slipper and squashing insects! (Which she learnt from seeing her mother killing cockroaches!)


Deb September 6, 2009 at 4:49 pm

Yep, big girl whacks poor little insects. One of her first ‘sentences’ was along the lines of “Cockroach up there! Help!”


Annie September 10, 2009 at 6:34 am

My kids seem to be a bit of everything – as I read through each one I thought ‘oh yes, that’s them…’


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