As homeschooling mommas, we don’t try to keep our weird, unsocialized homeschoolers away from people altogether. We want them to have friends and to enjoy spending time with people of all ages. But sometimes we need to create those opportunities for them. And a great way to do this is by starting a science club!
But where do you begin?
In this month's tip, we are going to take a brief look at the steps to start a science club and what a club meeting can look like for you!
To get your own homeschool science club going:
Once you have these things in place, you can choose what you will study. If you are having a monthly or bi-weekly science club, you can work through a science program together. If you are having a seasonal science club, you could do activities related to the holidays. For example, your winter science club meeting could be all about Christmas Science.
Typically, I suggest setting aside about two hours once a month for your meetings. In that time, you can:
I trust that this short look at how to have your own science club gets your creative juices flowing. Thanks for listening and I hope you have a great month playing with science!
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