It’s a brand-new year – one that a good bit of us began with words for the year and resolutions of things we want to change. And although that whole, no chocolate for a year resolution has probably gone out the window and your shoes have seen more time in your closet that in the gym – I want to help you make sure that your resolution to actually do those experiments this year sticks!
Because experiments are the face of science! Your kiddos need to see science in action. It’s a key part of helping them to understand science. So, with that in mind, let’s countdown three ways to help you make time for experiments in the new year!
So to make time for those experiments in this new year, score the right resources, start small, and settle it in your mind. If you do these three things, it will make it a whole lot easier for you to make time for experiments in this new year!
We have got plenty of that! Check out the following posts for tips on experiments.
In good times and bad ones, you are in the driver's seat of your child’s education. Click "Read More" to read, or listen, to this homeschool science tip of the month from Elemental Science.
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.