There is a lingering feeling among educators that if a textbook (or encyclopedia) wasn’t cracked open or an experiment wasn’t done, then our students didn’t learn about science. And although we do need to be reading about science, doing science, and writing about science, we have loads of science-learning options at our fingertips!
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
And as things open back up, visit a science museum or the national and state parks close to where you are.
The point is that our kids are learning every second of every day. They are taking in information and there's no reason that we can't use some of those moments to learn about science in an out-of-the-box way!
Check out the following articles to dig deeper:
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.