This female scientists is featured in one of my favorites book series, Gutsy Girls by Amy Sullivan. I just love how the book makes Dr. Jennifer Wiseman so relatable to our girls who may also love rocks, exploring outdoors, animals, and outer space.
Jennifer went on to pursue her love of science by discovering a comet and teaching children how awesome our God is by studying the wonders of His universe. The best part is she shows us that it’s okay to love science AND God! What a great role model for our girls!
I highly recommend this Gutsy Girls book for your science loving girl’s library. You can buy it here.
The book illustrations are amazing – so much that it inspired our rock painting craft! Check out our favorite page featuring a beautiful picture of outerspace. I just love how Allie is soaking up this picture.
What you need: rocks, black acrylic paint, Gelly Roll pens found here
How you do it:
- Clean and dry the rocks
- Paint with acrylic black paint and let it dry
- Use pens to create the art that inspires you!
Whats the science:
One of the five natural sciences is earth science. Exploring and finding rocks are such a great way to explore our earth and ask questions about how the rocks were made, what they are made of, and how they got their shape. My daughter likes nothing more than to smash rocks (with eye protection) to see what it looks like inside. No doubt she’s looking for crystals or geodes!
Enjoy learning about this female scientist and doing a sweet rock painting craft with your gutsy girl!