REAL science can be done in lots of places. Click "Read More" to listen to how in this Tips for Homeschool Science episode.
This experiment will fail because all the ones we try fail. Don't let this negative soundtrack keep you from doing hands-on science. Click "Read More" to turn the dial up on a new, helpful soundtrack!
Is there a way to skip an experiment, but still have your students learn something? Yes! Click "Read More" to find out how to do it.
One of the biggest struggles with doing experiments at home is having the right supplies on hand. Click "Read More" to listen to three tips for how to handle it in this podcast!
Do you have to do experiments for science? Yes and no! Click "Read More" to listen to how it's possible to do science without experiments, as long as you do some kinds of hands-on science activities.
We chatted about the three goals for middle school science in episode 67. Click "Read More" to listen in as we discuss the tools you can use to accomplish those goals!
In today's episode, we will chat about the most important lesson I want you to get about teaching science - it's okay to have a failed experiment. Click "Read More" to listen to this lesson.
It's our first day of boot camp - Homeschool Science Boot Camp! Click "Read More" to listen to how to get ready for experiments.
Do you feel like you don't have access to the right stuff to teach science? Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about the third hurdle that can stand in the way of you wanting to teach science - equipment.
Are experiments keeping you from teaching science at home? Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about the first hurdle that can stand in the way of you wanting to teach science - experiments.
The hands-on aspect of science helps our students to see that science is so much more than a bunch of dry, boring facts! Click "Read More" to learn more about experiments in this episode of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show.
Pull out your lab coat and goggles - if you have them - it's time to get dirty! Click "Read More" to listen to the fifth science fair project challenge.