I always find myself inspired to write as I prepare for speaking during the conference season. Sometimes those manuscripts gather dust. Sometimes they turn into a brand-new book.
I am excited to announce that one of those manuscripts is finally going to see the light of day! Today is the official release of The Homeschooler’s Guide to Experiments!!
This super practical guide will become your go-to reference for all things hands-on in science.
The Homeschooler’s Guide to Experiments has been in my heart to write for close to five years now and it has finally come together.
This book is my chance to provide you with the encouragement and tools you need to include the hands-on aspect of science into your homeschooling plans.
I know that it is not always easy and I want you to know that you are not alone in your struggle and there is help! You can keep your feet firmly planted in the Land of Science Learning!
In The Homeschooler’s Guide to Experiments we will chat about the following:
You can read the book as a whole or skip to the chapters you need to read at a particular moment. Either way, this book is your chance to pick my brain about how homeschoolers can do experiments in their kitchens, backyards, and sometimes even in their bathrooms!
I have purposely kept the chapters short and sweet so that you won’t get bogged down in all the details. My hope is that you will read a chapter, mull over it a bit, and then apply what fits in your unique homeschooling situation.
Grab your copy of this super-practical book!
Here’s what a few people are saying about The Homeschooler’s Guide to Experiments:
This book is a huge confidence booster for parents. It walks them step by step through planning, execution, recording, and conclusion phases of science experiments. It makes science easy for homeschoolers! - Marci Goodwin, The Homeschool Scientist
If you're a homeschool mom who doesn't like the experiment side of science, The Homeschooler's Guide to Experiments is for you! Paige walks you through the process-- and makes it doable. If you're a homeschooler who loves experiments, hands-on demonstrations and nature study, there are still great nuggets included for you too. This was just the refresher I needed to feel more motivated to include more experiments, observations, and nature study into our own homeschool week. - Maureen Spell, Spell Outloud
The Homeschooler's Guide to Experiments is packed with practical tips for doing hands-on science at home. It should be in the hands of all homeschoolers. - Shelia, our editor
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