I love Christmas – the lights, the cookies, the warm, fuzzy feelings, and the holiday science experiments . . . this is definitely my favorite time of the year. And I have been waiting for months to share with you all an episode just like this one!
In episode 18 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I am going to share with you how we add a sprinkle of Christmas science to our holiday season!
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We have done a full holiday unit – complete with science experiments. This is a good option if:
We have also added holiday science fun to our Friday Fun Day plans. This is a good option if:
Three holiday science tips:
Check out the following articles for a few Christmas science ideas:
Or visit find a few ideas on our holiday Pinterest board:
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