What should your plan for homeschool science include? Are there essentials things that you shouldn’t miss? And if so, how often should you do those things?
In this episode of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, we are going to chat about how you can create an effective plan for homeschool science!
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Whether you write your own plans from scratch, mix and match programs for a custom plan, or purchase an open and go program, these three steps will help you to create an effective plan for homeschool science!
1. Determine your goals.
2. Research for materials.
3. Plan for each week to include the three keys for teaching science.
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Don't want to create your own plans for homeschool science? Use the following episode to help decide which curriculum is best for your family:
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We chatted about the two goals for elementary science in the last episode. Click "Read More" to listen to today’s podcast, where we discuss the tools you can use to accomplish those goals!
Welcome to the second stop on our roadmap to teaching science – the elementary years! Click "Read More" to hear about your two goals for science during these years.
We have chatted about your goals and tools, but what does it look like to actually science during the early years? Click "Read More" to listen to two different options for how you can put the tools in action to accomplish your goal.