Okay, my son loves science. Luckily, I like it too, but since September we have covered; insects, earth science, sharks, horse shoe crabs, and dog anatomy.
That doesn't include the daily random questions about black holes, planets, tics, what causes earth quakes. I resorted to telling him to look it up the computer.
We currently have a habitat for 15 crickets, another one for a walking stick bug, one for a centipede and he's growing a venus fly trap. We even hatched Monarch Butterflies He's currently advocating for a lizard or snake.
I have a really hard time interesting him in anything else. Today, I found him classifying his plastic animals into piles of mammals, reptiles, and birds. It's charming, but disconcerting since he is only seven.
One thing that helps is my sister is an environmental educator so she not only provides me with ideas and materials, but she keeps me informed of all of the classes going on at different museums and animal sanctuaries.