You have your topic. And you have done your research. Now, you are ready to make an educated guess. Click "Read More" to listen to the third science fair project challenge.
You have got a topic in mind and now it's time to learn a bit more about it! Click "Read More" to listen to the second science fair project challenge episode.
Let's start at the beginning - choosing a topic for your science fair project. Click "Read More" to listen to episode 1 of the Science Fair Project Challenge!
Should you get a microscope for your homeschool? And if you should, how do you choose the right one? Click "Read More" to get the answers to your questions in this episode!
What should your plan for homeschool science include? Are there essentials things that you shouldn’t miss? And if so, how often should you do those things? Click "Read More" for the answers!
I love Christmas – the lights, the cookies, the warm, fuzzy feelings, and the holiday science experiments. Click "Read More" to listen to episode 18 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I am going to share with you how we add a sprinkle of Christmas science to our holiday season!
The thought of doing nature study during the frigid winter months isn’t the most appealing. Click "Read More" to listen as Paige explains how you can do winter nature study from the warmth of your home!
I know that there is a bag of candy corns sitting in your kitchen right now – click "Read More" to listen to three science-packed ideas for getting rid of those candy corns before the candy canes start rolling in!
There is no avoiding it – we live in a digital age. Click "Read more to listen to how we use technology in our homeschool and learn some of our favorite resources.
Notebooking is a fantastic way to record what your students are learning in science. Click "Read More" to see (or hear) the three reasons why I love to use notebooking for science!
Paige is back with the second part of the writing in science series! Click “Read More” to watch (or listen) to Paige’s tips for keeping a record in science during the middle school years.
One of the three keys to teaching science is to keep a record. But what does writing in science look like? Click “Read More” to watch or listen to Paige’s tips for writing in science during the elementary years.