Fall Leaf Art and Science Project for Homeschoolers

Fall Leaf Art and Science Project for Homeschoolers

Giving kids a hands-on project really helps them celebrate the seasons. I hope you enjoy this engaging fall STEAM activity that incorporates science and art to create a colorful fall leaf art scene! Since we live in San Antonio, we do not have the traditional fall,...
10 Tips for Homeschooling High School Science

10 Tips for Homeschooling High School Science

Homeschooling mamas are a brave and resourceful group of people, but even we are intimidated by homeschooling high school science. While it’s human nature to shy away from activities that might set oneself apart from the crowd, homeschoolers take pride in swimming...
5 Ideas for Summer Nature Study

5 Ideas for Summer Nature Study

Whether you are a year-round homeschooler, a full-summer-break homeschooler, or even a combination of those two – if you’re looking for some great ideas for summer nature study in your homeschool, I’ve got five of my favorites that I would love to...
10 Tips for Teaching Science at Home

10 Tips for Teaching Science at Home

Science can be terrifying to teach, after all, what happens if you miss something or skip a vital concept? To be honest, science isn’t that hard. In fact, it’s a ton of fun to teach in the homeschool. 10 Tips to Teaching Science 1. Combine Kids...
Simple Ways to Incorporate STEM Into Your Homeschool

Simple Ways to Incorporate STEM Into Your Homeschool

Homeschool STEM doesn’t have to be hard to implement. Here are some easy ways to make it work in your lessons. STEM education has become a necessity in recent years, and with great reason. While our society is becoming more and more advanced in technology,...
Using STEM Activities in Your Homeschool

Using STEM Activities in Your Homeschool

What is STEM? STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. How can you introduce STEM activities into your homeschool without adding more to your plate? Take your science lesson and add technology, engineering, and mathematics. Your science lesson is...