For season 3 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, Paige shared some of the homeschooling lessons she has learned along the way. Click "Read More" to see all 10!
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!
Do you have a budding scientist on your hands? Click "Read More" to see three DIY science gifts ideas that will help you delight your kiddos this Christmas!
What the heck is narration? And how do I get my kids to narrate? Paige is back to answer your 5 most pressing narration questions!
Blaine and I love to build things in Minecraft and it is a blast to relive some of our favorite SCIDAT locales by building them. And today, we want to take you on a tour of one of our very first Sassafras Science Minecraft creations.
We shared 5 completely free workshops from our conference vaults as part of Season 2 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show. Click "Read More" to see each of these episodes along with our plans for season 3 of the show!
We have always called summer the fun season and in the past, we called science the boring subject. But we have discovered five ways you can learn about science and still have fun this summer!
Logbook or lapbook? It's a question we often get around these here parts. Here is a bit more than a minute, non-verbal answer…
We love the Let's Read and Find Out series of books! They are a group of super fun non-fiction books perfect to add to your science-learning journey. But we really wanted a full list of all the available books, so we made one and now we are sharing that list!
This month's conference session is all about addressing your fears and doubts surrounding the science fair project. Click "Read More" to see how to break this daunting project into 8 steps.
If the thought of having to write a science fair abstract strikes fear into your heart, these three easy steps will help you to proceed with confidence. Click "Read More" to see the steps.
Stop what you are doing, drop what is in your hands, grab a book, and start reading! And don't forget to come celebrate DEAR Day with us!