Every year, at Christmas, we like to take a break from our normal plans to spend the weeks leading up to the holiday enjoying some Christmas-themed activities. My kids are bouncing off the walls with excitement, so this break gives me a chance to make learning super fun!
We read lots of Christmas-themed books, learn about how other cultures celebrate the holiday, and we do Christmas-themed science activities!
For the second year in a row, I am sharing my Christmas science plans with you all in a brand-new book – Christmas Science: 16 Ways to add scientifically festive cheer to your homeschool plans! This book is available for purchase for only $5 from November 27th through December 1st as part of our Cyber Monday Sale!
And the best part about your purchase of the 2017 Christmas Science eBook – ALL of the profits from the sale of this full-color eBook are going to Toys for Tots!!
In the 2017 Christmas Science eBook, you will get:
As you can see, the 2017 Christmas Science eBook is packed with holiday science fun! Grab your copy today before it disappears!!
For the first time, we will be offering a limited number of experiment kits to go along with our Christmas Science eBook! Once it sells out, we will not be making any more.
You can save time finding the homeschool science supplies you need for the Christmas science experiments. The 2017 Christmas Science experiment kit includes all the hard to find or difficult to get materials for 2017 Christmas Science eBook. See the complete list of supplies.
The Christmas Science experiment kit is only $30, shipping included*!! And just like the eBook, all the profits from the experiment kit will go to raise money for Toys for Tots!
(*Note - Shipping is included to the continental US; we will NOT be shipping this kit internationally.)
In addition to the Christmas Science fun, from November 27th through December 1st, we are offering the following deals:
These prices included media mail shipping to the continental US, so you don't want to miss these deals!!
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