Looking at rocks under a microscope at home can be a bit of a challenge, but these 5 tips will help you have a gainful geological encounter!
Throw an Arctic Blast Extravaganza with 3 arctic science activities - you'll have a blast as you mix up snow, make edible glaciers, and paint ice crystals!
In our neck of the woods Old Man Winter is exited scene right and Spring is coming in on scene left! Learn about the seasons and grab a free booklet!
That's right, we are sharing how to make a compass without leaving your kitchen. Well . . . you might have to leave to get the pin . . . or the magnet . . . but . . .
Knowing how to convert units literally saved my life! Click "Read More" see how you can emphasize units of measurement in your homeschool and download a free printable.
Maps are everywhere. Science is everywhere. And you can use both to lead you where you want to go, that is if you set up an amazing science treasure hunt!
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.
Blaine didn't know what the three types of rock were before our geology leg. But after our summer travels, he does and we are sharing that info with you!
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!
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!
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!
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.