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Homeschool Science Activities


How to make a microscope slide you can view at home {Wet and Dry Mount} 2

Don't let your microscope gather dust in a corner! Click "Read More" to learn how to make a microscope slide and grab a free printable to use in your homeschool.

Fight squirrels and storms as you gain leaves to win your Plant Quest 0

Answer some plant trivia and fight the squirrels and storms to gain leaves to win this super fun game about plants. Click "Read More" to play today!

How to make your own signs of spring reference journal 0

Has spring visited your area yet? Keeping a "Signs of Spring" reference journal can help you anticipate the arrival of the best season of the year! Click "Read More" to learn how to make your own journal!

How to paint stunning crystal snowflakes with ordinary Epsom salts 0


Don't miss these step-by-step directions on how to paint gorgeous snowflake crystals using a few ordinary household supplies and a bit of science magic!

3 Science activities you can do with Borax 0


Wondering what you can do with a box of Borax laundry detergent? Click "Read More" to see three ideas that you and your kids will enjoy way better than using it to wash your clothes.

How {not} to explode a volcano at home 0

The Volcano At Home Micro-Explosion
Was your last volcano more of a slow glub-glub than an exciting reaction? You are not alone! These two tips will make your next volcano at home awesome!!

3 Beautiful Christmas ornaments you can easily make with science 0

This year decorate your Christmas tree with science! Click "Read More" to see the directions for making chromatography balls, crystal candy canes, and nature viewers.

5 {More} Fun and Amazing Thanksgiving Science Activities 0


Make some beautiful holiday memories with these super fun Thanksgiving science activities. Click "Read More" to see the details!

Mix up a batch of crazy colors and scare your peeps {Halloween Science} 0

Part color-change, part stink-up-the-kitchen – this Halloween science activity requires a bit of preparation, but it is totally worth it! Click "Read More" to see the directions.