It’s time for another state of the podcast address!! Today we are going to chat about the plans for the Tips for Homeschool Science Show for 2019.
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.
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2 Summer series...
60 Official episodes...
Over 100 tips recorded...
More than 30,000 downloads...
And lots of thank you’s that have encouraged me along the way!
It is amazing to me how you guys have responded to the Tips for Homeschool Science Show. Thank you from the bottom of my heart – you guys tuning in keeps us going. And a special thanks to those of you who have taken the time to rate or review the Tips for Homeschool Science Show. You guys are helping us spread the word!
Ok, down to the nitty-gritty details – just like last year, we are going to take a bit of a break over the holidays. I will be back next week to share the December Homeschool Science Tip of the Month, but then I’ll be switching into holiday mode and using the extra time to bake lots of cookies and to do a whole bunch of Christmas science experiments with our children!
Starting in February, we’ll begin a new season of episodes. Season 4 will be another season of practical tips to help you with teaching science. We are going to go through each of the four stages of learning and discuss what your goals are for teaching science, what tools you can use, and how to pull it all together. Season 4 will act as your Road Map for Teaching Science!
Then starting in August, we’ll follow that up with even more science tips for Season 5 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show. I can’t wait to keep sharing tips with you all in 2019, but I need your help! There are two things that I need from you.
Well, that is it for the second annual official State of the Podcast address! Thanks for listening and I hope you have a great week playing with science!!
Psst . . . Remember how I said, we would be doing a whole bunch of Christmas science experiments in the month of December?
Well, you can join us! For the third year in a row, I am sharing those plans with everyone! The 3rd annual Christmas Science eBook will only be available for purchase from November 26th till the 30th as part of the Elemental Science's Cyber Monday Sale. Just like last year all of the profits will go to Toys for Tots.
So, head on over to elementalscience.com to grab your copy of this year’s Christmas Science eBook!
We shared loads of tips over this past year 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 2018 in the playlists below!
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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.
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