It’s time for a state of the podcast address!! Today we are going to chat about the plans for the Tips for Homeschool Science Show.
Hi, I’m Paige Hudson and for the last year, I have been breaking down the lofty concepts of teaching science into building blocks you can use in your homeschool.
If you found these homeschool science tips to be helpful, would you please take a moment to rate it on iTunes or Google Play? This would help me tremendously in getting the word out so that more earbuds are filled with science-teaching encouragement.
I have had so much fun recording all the tips we have shared over the last year and I thank you for the encouraging emails letting me know how much you enjoy this podcast.
Don’t worry, the Tips for Homeschool Science Show is not going anywhere! But we are going to take a bit of a break over the holidays.
Starting in January, we’ll begin a new season of episodes one with six of my most popular sessions!
Then starting in August, we’ll follow that up with even more teaching science tips for what we are going to call season 3 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show.
I can’t wait to keep sharing tips with you all in 2018, but I need your help!
We shared loads of tips as part of season 1 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show. Here are a few of the fan favorites!
Or you can binge listen to all the episodes from season 1 below!
Are living books the only way to teach science? The answer may surprise you. Come listen to the answer by clicking "Read More."
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.