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Inspiring your students to love science through living books (Conference Session #2) 0

The second session we are sharing as part of the opening of our conference vaults is Paige's second most popular one – Inspiring your students to love science through living books. Click "Read More" to watch or listen to this session!

What Are Living Books? 0

Living BooksWe talk about living books a fair amount here at Sassafras Science. But we realized that we have yet to share a "What are living books?" post - until now!

10 Posts You Must Read About Living Books 0

10 Posts You Must Read About Living Books

Learn about living books with these ten posts from experts like Terri Johnson, Karen Andreola, Cindy West, and Paige Hudson!

I want to teach science, but textbooks put me to sleep 0

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.

How To Use Living Books – Spines Or Supplements? 0

How To Use Living Books

Should you use a living book as a spine or as a supplement? Come see how to use living books along with questions to help you determine-spine or supplement.

How A Living Book Once Saved The World 0

How a living book once saved the world

Blaine Sassafras here! Today, I’m going to share with you a mind-blowing short story about how a living book once saved the world.

Living Books And Nature Study Go Hand-In-Hand 0

Living books and nature study go hand-in-hand

Often we look at living books and nature study as the fun extras of science education, but can you really use them to teach science?

How To Use Living Books With Middle School Students 0

How to use living books with middle school students
Paige is back to share how to use living books with middle school students for teaching science!

2 Ways to use Living Books for Science 0

I love living books. These books bring a subject to life in a way that no textbook can.

Living books hold the students’ interest and engage them with the information they are learning in a way that the students will not easily forget. We use them as often as we can in our homeschool—in history, grammar, math, and of course, science!