Add some fun to your homeschool science curriculum with this free chemistry game! Click "Read More" to see the directions.
The Summer of Science continues with a fantastic zoology science project - how to grow a butterfly!
You have heard of the Jello cell, the cake cell, and even the pizza cell - now meet the edible cell calzone!
Make your own magic, magnetic slime at home with these directions. Click "Read More" to see how and learn about magnets!
It's the Summer of Science on the Sassafras Science blog! This week we are looking at how to grow herbs from cuttings.
What do stinky socks, an old friend, and a Tuareg princess have in common? Well, they all helped us to answer the question - how do snakes smell!
Blaine Sassafras in the house to share some April Fools' Day Science Activities you can use to trick your students on April 1st!
We had a blast doing an owl pellet dissection - very interesting! Now, we want to share what we learned with you all, along with a FREE printable lab sheet.
Simple, use their spots! Don't miss this wonderful explanation of how to tell giraffes apart from the Sassafras Science zoology expert, Nicholas Mzuri.
Uncle Cecil is back on the Sassafras Science blog to share a trick that he learned in college for extracting DNA to make it visible to the naked eye.
We have made a list, checked it twice, we’re going to find out who’s - wait - that one is about Santa. We made a list of 25 Christmas science ideas for you!
Felipe Moreno, one of the Sassafras twins' botany experts, shares an Argentinian folk ballad which shares the steps for dissecting a seed.