It's not the perfect program. It's not an expensive set-up. And it's not the ideal convergence of a splendid learning experience that leads to success with teaching science at home.
Success is found in consistently chipping away at the iceberg. It's in the weekly progress through the plans that work for your family. It's in the persistent presentation of the bits and pieces of science. This is how to get to a successful finish line.
But the reality is that consistency is something that we all struggle with from time to time. Here are three tips to help you be consistent with teaching science:
In short, get a plan for homeschool science in your hands and set aside the time each week to work through it, but don't be afraid to follow a few rabbit trails along the way to keep your student's interest alive. These three things will help you to consistently share the amazing wonders of science!
Get a few tips to help you be consistent with teaching science by checking out the following podcasts:
Do you need a homeschool support shot in the arm? Set aside time this month to get a confidence boost - find out how by clicking "Read More" to see this month's homeschool science tip.
Sometimes we get in the rut of teaching that we forget to have fun with homeschooling. Click "Read More" to see how you can change that in this month's tip.
Happy New Year!! In this month’s tip, we are going to chat about how to make time for experiments this year.
Click "Read More" to see three tips to help you make time for hands-on science.