CAUTION – Dangerous chemicals! Wear protective eye-wear. Do not breathe in any fumes.
All that really makes you want to get going on that experiment, doesn’t it? No? Then, click "Read More" to grab some tips to jump over the hurdle of dealing with chemicals and get onto the fun of teaching science!
So, you want to teach science at home? But when you think back to the textbooks you read, a yawn unwittingly escapes from your mouth.
I have good news – you don’t have to use textbooks to teach science to your students at home! Click "Read More" to find out what you can use instead.
I’m guessing that a fair amount of you wrinkled your nose after reading the title of this post. The smell of formaldehyde and the icky feel of that preserved frog all came rushing back, didn’t it?
Never fear! Click "Read More" to jump over this hurdle and feel a bit more relaxed about doing a dissection at home.
Do you struggle with the thought of having to do experiments at home? Do you find the messy and hard to figure out?
Experiments are a key aspect of teaching science at home. Click "Read More for some help!