Our Top 10 Helpful Homeschool Science Tips from this Year 0
We have shared a whole lot of homeschool science ideas tips and activities in 2016! And before we close out the fun for this year, we wanted to highlight the top ten posts. Click "Read More" to see the list.
12 Science Apps you can find on our phones and tablets 2
Want to know some of our favorite apps for science? All 12 of these apps are either on my phone or on our children's tablet! Click "Read More" to see the list.
50+ Books we love to use to teach science at home 0
We have tons of resources at our fingertips to learn about the principles of science. Click "Read More" to see a list of 50+ books you can use to teach science in your home!
5 Questions to ask as you create your plan for homeschool science 2
It's the most wonderful time of the year . . . for homeschoolers!
Click "Read More" to see five questions that will help you as you research, plan, and buy materials for next year.
5 Ways you can become a better Homeschool Science teacher 2
As parents, we all want to do the very best we can for our children. And in that spirit, I wanted to take a moment to encourage you in your quest to become a better homeschool science teacher.
Click "Read More" to see five ways you can intentionally pursue science teacher-training.
3 Common Misconceptions about Homeschool Science 0
We have run across three common misconceptions about homeschool science—fallacies about science that we would like to debunk with the homeschool truth.
Click "Read More" to dig into these misconceptions and see what the real scoop is!
Teaching Biology at Home 0
Biology is typically taught first in homeschool science because topics relating to animals, plants, and the human body are a wonderful first introduction to science.
This month, I wanted to share a brief picture of how you can teach the principles of biology to the students in your homeschool, co-op, or school - just click "Read More".
Teaching Earth Science at Home 0
Often, earth science is looked on as the lesser science when compared to the giants of biology, chemistry, and physics. However, it is very important for our students to understand and appreciate the Earth we live on.
This month, I wanted to share a brief picture of how you can teach the principles of earth science to the students in your homeschool, co-op, or school - just click "Read More".