As homeschooling moms, we get pulled in a thousand of different directions. We have multiple lessons to prepare and teach, food to get on the table, and laundry that never ends. We are multi-tasking masters and gatherers of tips to help our day go smoother!
In episode 20 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I am going to share with you all five sanity-saving tips and that will help your science experiments go so much smoother.
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These five tips will help you actually do experiments each week during your school year!
Tip #1 – Have a plan.
Tip #2 – Take regular breaks.
Tip #3 – Stock a science supply cabinet.
Tip #4 – Do experiments on a set day.
Tip #5 – Read ahead.
Check out the following articles for a bit of help with experiments:
Or come see our experiment help Pinterest board:
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