We have shared literally hundreds of tips and tools over the years to help you teach science at home. Click "Read More" to see our top tips and tools for homeschool science!
Are you not a fan of using textbooks to teach science? Good news, you don't have to! Click "Read More" to see five options will get you excited about teaching science at home!
Which type of microscope is right for your homeschool? A palm-sized one? A digital scope? Or the kind you used in school? Click "Read More" to see the pros and cons of each!
Wondering what science in the classical education model looks like? Click "Read More" to dig deeper into classical education and how science fits into this model of learning!
Astronomy - the study of the stars, planets, and all that other stuff that resides way out in space! Click "Read More" to see how you can teach this subject at home!
Biology is typically taught first in homeschool science because topics relating to animals, plants, and the human body are a wonderful first introduction to science.
This month, I wanted to share a brief picture of how you can teach the principles of biology to the students in your homeschool, co-op, or school - just click "Read More".
Often, earth science is looked on as the lesser science when compared to the giants of biology, chemistry, and physics. However, it is very important for our students to understand and appreciate the Earth we live on.
This month, I wanted to share a brief picture of how you can teach the principles of earth science to the students in your homeschool, co-op, or school - just click "Read More".
Wondering what you science curriculum plan needs to include? Click "Read More" to see the answer!
Last month, I shared about how to teach my least favorite area of science – physics. This month, I get to share about my favorite scientific discipline – chemistry!!
I had several teachers along the way who really instilled a passion for chemistry deep into my heart. And my goal has been to do the same for my children.
My least favorite science discipline was physics in high school. To me it was a bunch of formulas and dry, boring facts, at least that was my high school experience.
But one of the great things about homeschooling is that we get to explore subjects again. As we teach our children, we get to learn the things we missed and enjoy the subjects we were bored by in high school.