There is no avoiding it – we live in a digital age. And in our homeschool, we have chosen to embrace the resources that are at our fingertips and use technology to enhance our science studies.
In episode 15 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I am going to share with you all how we use technology in our homeschool along with some of our favorite resources.
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There are three main ways we use technology to enhance our science studies – researching, watching videos, and playing with science.
#1 – Researching
#2 – Watching Videos
#3 – Playing with Science
Check out the sites, podcasts, channels, and apps mentioned in this show:
The following articles will help you incorporate technology into your homeschool:
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