Get your science teaching juices flowing! There are loads more options for space activities out there, but these six astronomy activities are ones that we don't want you to miss!
Weather, rocks, and volcanoes - these eight earth science experiments will help you explore these science topics. Click "Read More" to see our favorites!
Animals, the human body, and plants - these ten biology experiments will help you explore these life science topics. Click "Read More" to see our favorites!
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!
Whether your version of camping is in a tent, an RV, or in a hotel - these seven forest science ideas will add a bit of learning to your summer camping trip! Click "Read More" to see seven ideas will help you to learn about science as you enjoying your camping vacation.
Are you heading to the beach this summer to soak up the rays and have some fun? Be sure to take along some sunscreen and these 7 beach science ideas!
As many of us prepare to begin the school year, I wanted to highlight twenty-one posts that will help you with hands-on aspect of science. These articles will help you prepare and get ready for a super-fun year packed with learning science!
The extras are optional. They are not an essential key to teaching science, so why should you even bother with them in the first place?
In short, the extras spice things up and keep your student interested in learning about science.
We generally hear the word “experiments” used for all types of hands-on scientific tests. So, I wanted to explain what I mean by the term. Here’s my definition:
A hands-on scientific test gives your student a chance to see, practice, test, or learn about a principle, or principles, in science.
Here are the five main types of scientific tests I regularly recommend using with your students:
Spring is a season full of changes in the world around you. These few months present us with loads of opportunities to study certain aspects of science.
This month I wanted to share with you three tips to help you maximize the potential of the season!
Christmas is over, the new year has begun, spring is around the corner, yet we are still stuck inside because it is just too cold to go out! What can you do to inject a little life into this shortened month? Click "Read More" for 5 ideas!