You don't have to have a full-on, dedicated lab in order to teach science at home. You just need a flat work surface, a sink nearby, access to chemicals, and protective gear, if necessary.
The good news is that all this can be found in your kitchen! (Here are a few kitchen chemicals we regularly use for science.)
But I know what you are thinking - you won't want to mess up your just-cleaned kitchen with science experiments. And I get it, art mess makes me twitch - don't even talk to me about glitter!
So, here are a few ways you can get around having a constant kitchen science mess:
So, don't be afraid to pull out a few kitchen chemicals and let your kiddos get dirty as they play with science! Here are a few kitchen science experiments you can test out:
This month, add in a bit of science memory work! Click "Read More" to read, or listen, to this homeschool science tip of the month from Elemental Science.
Do these three things so you won’t burnout before the year is done. Click "Read More" to see what they are in this month's homeschool science tip of the month.
As we head into the new year full of promise and new beginnings, I want to encourage you to not become a slave to a homeschool curriculum. Click "Read More" to listen to this monthly homeschool science tip!