At Elemental Science, we provide people just like you with the easy-to-use science plans that you have been looking for! Our mission is to help educators around the globe share the wonders of science with their students.
We offer easy-to-use homeschool science plans written by an author with a strong background in science and teaching. We also provide support, discounts, and licensing options for schools and co-ops for our programs. In short, we can help you teach science at home or in school with our lapbooks, living books, full science curricula, and teacher resources.Learn More
We offer multiple series for teaching science from classical to lapbooks to adventure-style science. All of these programs include the three keys to teaching science, so you can choose what will fit your unique teaching style.
Come take a look at our different series:
See our brand-new homeschool science programs from Elemental Science or come check out our where to start guide.
Acids, bases, and bioplastics - these ten chemistry experiments will help you explore these physical science topics. Click "Read More" to see our favorites!
Here are Elemental Science we love science! And we love homeschool!! But how do you know if you are a homeschool scientist? Click "Read More" to take the quiz to find out your homeschool-scientistness.
Hands-on science - what can you use? Why do you have to do this? And how do you actually do experiments at home? Click "Read More" to get the answers.
This past month I shared a Zoom session with a charter school that I thought you all would enjoy listening in on. It's all about how to teach science at home - click "Read More" to start listening.
Is there a way to skip an experiment, but still have your students learn something? Yes! Click "Read More" to find out how to do it.
Do you struggle with the idea that science is boring? It doesn't have to be! Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about three ways you can make science fun.
Lapbook or notebook? How do you choose between the two? Click "Read More" to listen to this Tips for Homeschool Science podcast, you are going to learn how to do just that!
Did you know that petrified rock is actually a fossil? Click "Read More" to see a simple STEM lesson about petrified rock and make your own petrified sponge!
Has spring visited your area yet? Keeping a "Signs of Spring" reference journal can help you anticipate the arrival of the best season of the year! Click "Read More" to learn how to make your own journal!
Habitat, Biome, or Ecosystem? All three seem similar, but there are subtle distinctions! Click "Read More" to see what those are and get a simple STEAM activity to use with your students.
Click "Read More" to see the Sassafras Twins' list of super-fun Valentine's science activities you can try out to celebrate this Valentine's Day.