Before you start teaching science at home, do you really have to buy a full set of glassware, chemicals, and equipment? In this episode, Paige is going to show you how you can have a fully-stocked home science laboratory without breaking the bank!
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The number three struggle I hear when it comes to teaching science at home is equipment.
You can use coffee mugs, Ball glass jars, straws, and coffee filters as a substitute for expensive labware.
You already have chemicals sitting on your pantry shelf and many of these are weaker, and a bit safer, than their lab counterparts.
When purchasing a microscope for homeschool use, look for the following specs:
If you can’t afford a microscope, you can:
And just for fun, here's how you can...
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