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Science Gifts {Homeschool Science Tip from Elemental Science}

December 03, 2018 1 min read

Homeschool Science Tip of the Month - Give the gift of science this year!

December is here! The trees are going up, the halls are being decked, and the parents are stressing about what to get their kids. 

So this month, my tip for you all is to give the gift of science! Last week I shared 3 DIY science gifts you can make and put under the tree. But in this tip, I wanted to share with you all some of the science gifts my kiddos have loved to give you a few ideas.

Here are a few of their favorites from years past:

  • Any of the Snap Circuits Sets
  • Any of the K'nex Kits
  • Books about science - either encyclopedias, such as those from DK, Kingfisher, and Usborne, or science readers, like those from National Geographic
  • A Hydroponics kit
  • Dash the programmable robot
  • An annual pass to the state and national parks

I hope that gets your science-gift-giving juices flowing. I trust that you and your family will have a wonderful holiday season and we'll see you all next year!


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