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.
In the last episode, we chatted about your main goal during the early years. Click "Read More" to listen to this podcast where we discuss the tools you can use to accomplish your goal.
In this next season of the podcast, we are sharing a roadmap for teaching science. Click "Read More" to listen to your goals for the first leg of the journey!
It’s time for a state of the podcast address!! Click "Read More" to listen in as we chat about the plans for the Tips for Homeschool Science Show for 2019.
The final lesson we are sharing as part of season 3 of this podcast is to relax because you have got this! Click "Read More" to listen in.
We are responsible for our children’s education. Click "Read More" to listen to our ninth homeschooling lesson where we chat about 3 ways you can invest in you!
The holidays are just around the corner, which is exciting and it’s also the perfect time to switch things up a bit! Click "Read More" to listen to how we handle the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas, including three tips for holiday science.
I love to see a sheet with all the boxes checked. Click "Read More" to listen in as I share how I learned over the years that you don’t really have to check off every single box.
For our sixth homeschooling lesson, we are chatting about reviewing your science lessons. Click "Read More" to see three ways you can make reviewing science fun for your kiddos!
If you struggle with perfection in your homeschool, today’s lesson is for you. Click "Read More" to listen to why homeschooling doesn't require perfection.
In today's episode, we are back to talking purely about science! Click "Read More" to listen to the fourth lesson, which is a charge not to skip that science discussion time.