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Color for Science {Homeschool Science Tip from Elemental Science}

September 02, 2019 1 min read

Take some time to color for science. Learn why in this Tips for Homeschool Science podcast tip from Elemental Science.

Homeschool Science Tip of the Month - Take some time to color for science.

Coloring pages are often used for art, but can they be a valuable addition to your homeschool science time?

We here at Elemental Science say yes!

We have talked about blending science and art before, but coloring pages are a bit different. Even so, these sheets can still be a beneficial addition to your science plans.

Here are 5 reasons why coloring is good for science:

  1. Coloring pages provide a visual reference.
  2. Coloring pages can reinforce concepts.
  3. Coloring pages make a pretty addition to a scrapbook or journal.
  4. Coloring pages give busy hands something productive to do while you read.
  5. Coloring pages allow younger kids to join their older siblings.

So this month as you get back into the swing of things, take some time to color for science!

You can search for "a topic + coloring page" on Google to find free coloring pages or you can check out our grammar stage and sassafras coloring pages below:

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