We love the Let's Read and Find Out series of books! They are a group of super fun non-fiction books perfect to add to your science-learning journey. But we really wanted a full list of all the available books, so we made one and now we are sharing that list!
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!
Living books are the secret ingredient we can use to teach science. They are the special sauce we can use to make science fun for our students!
Do you find that you are losing your mind during read-aloud time? This 5 tips will help restore sanity and maximize the learning as you read those books!
When should you stop reading aloud to your kids? Never! But reading science aloud to them is a bit different. Is there a point at which you should stop?
Wondering how you can use living books for your homeschool science plans? This ultimate guide to living books will give you the tips and tools you need!
We 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!
Learn about living books with these ten posts from experts like Terri Johnson, Karen Andreola, Cindy West, and Paige Hudson!
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.
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.
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.
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?