This past month I shared a Zoom session with a charter school and at a conference and we thought you all might have the same questions they do. So we are sharing the Q & A sections from those calls.
Welcome to the last episode of season 7 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, where we are exploring the how-to’s of teaching science at home so that you will have building blocks you need for homeschool science.
I am Paige Hudson, your guide through this journey. Let’s dig in…
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Here is what you'll find in this episode along with a few links to what is mentioned in the session.
1. I am using a logic stage program with my older student, what should I do with my 5 year old?
2. Do you have kits?
3. What age range is Science Chunks for?
4. Should I use Classical Science or Sassafras Science? (Follow-up comment - Yes, my student would prefer to use the children's encyclopedias.)
5. What age is the Sassafras Science series for? And where do we start?
6. 8 Steps for a science fair project? Tell me more...
7. What grade level are your programs?
8. Can you use a Classical Science program with a Sassafras Science program?
9. Are your programs open-and-go?
10. What should I use for a 4th grader?
11. Do you have anything to use with my high schooler?
12. We love the Sassafras Twins!! (Which caused me to launch into a bit of the history of the series...)
13. Our kids are 4 years apart - what do we do for science? Can we do science together?
Get help for teaching science at home with our programs. And if you want to see the answers to even more questions about teaching science at home, check out Season 5 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show.
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