Summer is the perfect time to start a practice of taking a walk in nature. Not only will these walks create memories, but they will help you sneak in a bit of science! Click "Read More" to see the benefits.
This month's conference session is a breath of fresh air - yes, we know, it's a cheesy pun! Seriously, though, click "Read More" to listen to our fourth free conference session.
We have shared tips for experiments all month and we want to wrap that up with a few experiment questions we have gotten from homeschoolers in the trenches! Click "Read More" to read (or listen to) the answers.
Where does nature study fit into a homeschool science curriculum? Is it the centerpiece? Or just an afterthought?
Should it even be a part of your plan at all? Click "Read More" to learn the answers!
This month, I thought I would share with you all three reasons we do nature study in the winter. I’m not opposed to doing nature study in the other seasons, in fact we have impromptu nature study times year round. Rather, I want to highlight why nature study is still viable despite the cooler temperature.
Last month we shared three tips to help you avoid the summer science slip. The first of those tips was to observe, observe, observe.
We wanted to give you some practical ideas for ways to incorporate observation into your summer plans. One of the best ways to do this is through impromptu nature study.