Geographical awareness and an understanding of where we are at in time are important foundations that really set the stage for future learning.
Enliven your daily STEM education with these free printables that are perfect for a morning or breakfast homeschool board.
Nature study can be the most affordable part of our curriculum, but it can also be hard to teach. Here are 10 easy nature ideas for your homeschool.
Anchoring the development of general science ideas in investigations of phenomena helps students build more usable and generative knowledge.
History and science complement each other very well and there is endless source of science experiments and projects that can be used along with your history lessons.
Don’t stress over gathering all the supplies for a simple science experiment! Grab a few of the best homeschool science kits instead. Enjoy science!
What we all so often miss, is that when children are deeply immersed in nature play and nature study, they are experiencing science.
Kindergarten is meant to be a time of play. Here are some simple ideas for teaching kindergarten science concepts to your little ones without a curriculum.
Nature study promotes curiosity and lays the foundation for more complex science lessons. Here are four tips for simple nature study for preschoolers.
Including nature-based play in your homeschool day is a great way for kids to learn about the outdoors. Don’t miss these tips to getting outside more.
Go on virtual field trips with these amazing geography YouTube channels. Here are 5 favorite YouTube channels that helped our homeschool come to life.
Besides all the fabulous learning reasons to Love BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS, another great reason is fun? These can help make learning (or review) more fun for our middle schoolers. Great for summer review, or for use in a homeschool setting, BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS are packed full of information and fun for middle schoolers.
Stepping away from the mathematics textbook and looking at all the math connections there are in nature is an eye-opening experience. Looking for and finding math lessons in nature is an art and science that will really benefit your students.
Do you wish you children spent more time outside in nature? The benefits of outdoor play cannot be underestimated. Read on for 5 ways you can get your children outdoors.
It's the time of year when you're thinking about what gifts to provide for your children and I'm sure as a homeschooling mom you are searching for ideas that are both fun, hands-on entertainment but also can be used for unexpected learning. Gift kits are a great way...
This week we visited the California Science Center for the first time. The museum is located in the Los Angeles Exposition Park and is near other museums attractions. There's so much to see here! The California Science Center combines exhibits and hands on learning...
Note: This post includes Affiliate Links* to products I've personally used and love. You don't need a curriculum to teach science. Yes, you read that right: you really don't need a curriculum to teach science! And while I'm not a science teacher per se, I have...
Pumpkins, cooler weather, crunchy leaves…Autumn is such a fun and exciting time of the year. Now that the heat of Summer has subsided and you’re settling into a normal, daily homeschool routine, it’s the perfect time to add in something new. Hopefully this list of Autumn STEM activities will get you and your family excited!
I’m always on the look out for easy science experiment ideas! My requirements are simple. The experiments we complete here need to be easy to prep and even easier to execute. Here’s a few simple earth friendly, environmental science experiments and activity ideas to do with your family this spring.
I’m not sure we could successfully homeschool without LEGO® bricks. (I write this jokingly, but there is some element of truth to the statement.) LEGO® learning can take place across all subject areas, ages, and interest levels. LEGO® bricks will speak to a child when nothing else will, and sometimes they help make a break-through to understanding in a critical math or science concept.
As a writer, scientist, and homeschooling mom, my passion is to share tips and tools for homeschool science. And I do so on my podcast and our company blogs, but I am not the only one out in the cyber-sphere who shares inspiration for this subject. Today, I want to share with you all ten blogs you can check out to glean some homeschool science inspiration.