Homeschool science can be simple when you have the right tools in your hand. This audio boot camp helps you gather what you need before your homeschool year begins!
Several years back, we shared a homeschool science boot camp. One that would help you to get ready for a new year of science in your homeschool. Each episode is about 5 minutes long, but every one is packed with tips and tricks to get you started on the right foot for science.
Or keep reading for a brief look at what you'll need and links to dig deeper.
NOTE - If you have purchased a science program from us, you can skip the steps marked with an *. If you have purchased a book package or an experiment kit, you can skip the steps marked with a ^ as well.
One of the first keys to teaching science is to do some hands-on science. Here's how to get ready to do:
The second key to teaching science in your homeschool is to read information about the subject. Here's how to get ready to read:
The third and final key for teaching science in you homeschool is to write down what the students have learned. Here's how to get ready to write:
The extras are just that--a little something extra that will enhance what your kids are learning. These are not necessary, but we have included tips to help you get ready for the extras.
And finally, don't leave this series without getting some encouragement for this next year of homeschool science.
With the right tools in hand, we know you'll have a fantastic year of science!
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