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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.
Living books give us the ability to easily scale a lesson to fit multiple ages. But how exactly does one go about doing that?
Ahh, the lazy days of summer.
Time to sleep in.
Time to sit back and relax by the pool with a cool drink.
Time to watch every bit of information you worked so hard to share with your students just wash away like waves at the beach.
Umm...not so much.
Why choose notebooking over worksheets? Today, I wanted to share with you all today three reasons why we have chosen notebooking over worksheets.
This is the Man with No Eyebrows, and I must share with you today why you should NEVER allow your students to pick up one of these Sassafras Science books.
With each passing homeschool year, we are getting closer and closer to high school. In fact, as I was planning out this next year it hit me - we have only got two more years before we reach high school.
There can be a lot of pressure in that realization. It feels like all of the sudden homeschool is going to really count. And with that feeling, a fear sets in, one that says if I don't get it right, my kids will be ruined for life.
I wanted to take a moment to encourage you this month.
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!
We are excited to share with you that we recently added a line of science lapbooks! Click "Read More" to learn about lapbooks and how you can use them for homeschool science.