How should you record the experiments you do? Click "Read More" to learn the answer to your question!
Scientific demonstrations and experiments are two different types of scientific tests used in the education, but which one is appropriate for your homeschool?
Click "Read More" to learn about these two options and get some help in determining which will work the best for your situation.
Science experiments can be hard on homeschoolers, but they don’t have to be!
Click "Read More" to see our five easy tips to help you with doing experiments at home.
Fall is Brad’s favorite season. I’ll admit that before I met him, I wasn’t all that impressed with the season. I am more of a spring gal – love all those spring blooms!
But over the years, his love of fall has worn off on me. I have come to really enjoy the crisp mornings and the changing colors. Click "Read More" to see my three favorite supplies to use for fall science experiments!
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!
Do you struggle with the thought of having to do experiments at home? Do you find the messy and hard to figure out?
Experiments are a key aspect of teaching science at home. Click "Read More for some help!
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: