Do you find that your experiments fail more often than not? Do you struggle with the hands-on aspect of science? In this episode of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I’ve got a little surprise up my sleeve just for you!
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You are not alone – a look at our failed yeast experiment!
What to do:
The Surprise – A whole lot of experiment help in our brand new book!!
In The Homeschooler’s Guide to Experiments we will chat about the following:
You can read the book as a whole or skip to the chapters you need to read at a particular moment. Either way, this book is your chance to pick my brain about how homeschoolers can do experiments in their kitchens, backyards, and sometimes even in their bathrooms!
Listen to the answer to the second most frequently asked question we get!
Check out the following Pinterest board for more experiment help:
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How can nature study help you with using living books to teach science? Click "Read More" to listen to the answer in this podcast episode.
What does it look like to use living books for middle school science? Come listen to what it looks like when you use a living book as your main source of information.