Science fair projects take time to complete so it's a good idea to do one over a break. Click "Read More" to see three tips to help you do a science fair project at home!
We are all finding ourselves with more time on our hands. Click "Read More" to see how to fill it up with some robotics, coding, and engineering!
If you have one (or more) of those wiggly children, bursting with energy, reading aloud may end up as stressful instead of soothing. Click "Read More" to get three tips to help you enjoy reading aloud in your homeschool.
Recent events have been stressful and packed with changes. Click "Read More" to get three tips to help you keep homeschooling during a stressful season without losing your mind.
One of the biggest struggles with doing experiments at home is having the right supplies on hand. Click "Read More" to listen to three tips for how to handle it in this podcast!
One of the key skills that we as homeschoolers can impart to our students is to teach them how to learn on their own. Click "Read More" to listen to the three tips in this podcast to help you encourage independent learning.
Do you have a big age gap between your oldest and your youngest? Click "Read More" to listen to three tips that will make homeschooling your kiddos just a bit easier.
Unless your notebooking pages come pre-made and bound together in a book, you will struggle with a mess of pages to deal with. So, how do you organize all those papers into science notebooks? Click "Read More" to listen to three tips.
Notebooking is becoming a common recommendation in homeschooling circles because it is such an effective tool. But how do you take advantage of the benefits of notebooking for science? Click "Read More" to listen to three tips.
Exploration - the foundation of science. But how do we invite the magic of exploration into our homeschools? Click "Read More" to listen to three tips.
What is the scientific method and how do we incorporate it into our homeschools? Click "Read More" to listen to the answer to this common question!
What is the core of what makes a lesson a science lesson? How do we know if we are really teaching science? Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about the heart of science.