5 Favorite Ways to Homeschool With LEGO®

5 Favorite Ways to Homeschool With LEGO®

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.
Top 10 Blogs for Homeschool Science Inspiration

Top 10 Blogs for Homeschool Science Inspiration

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.
Top Ten Science Experiments to do at Home

Top Ten Science Experiments to do at Home

I am a big fan of experiments because they are the face of science! Now, I know the hands-on aspect of science is not without its challenges. But there is nothing like seeing the amazement spread across your child’s face when they see science in action. These ten experiments will lead to that look of wonder time and time again – let’s dig in!
Top 10 Tips for Teaching Science at Home

Top 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.
The Massive Homeschool Geography Guide

The Massive Homeschool Geography Guide

It's always fun to learn about other cultures and how they affect the global society. It's exciting to watch a child imagine what it would be like to live on some remote island in the Pacific, or travel to Siberia, or climb Mt. Everest. Geography is a subject that is more than just line drawings of maps, or lists of countries, it's about learning what experiences might be like in other locations in the world in which we live.
10 Minute Nature Studies

10 Minute Nature Studies

It's always fun to learn about other cultures and how they affect the global society. It's exciting to watch a child imagine what it would be like to live on some remote island in the Pacific, or travel to Siberia, or climb Mt. Everest. Geography is a subject that is more than just line drawings of maps, or lists of countries, it's about learning what experiences might be like in other locations in the world in which we live.
Top Ten Writing Topics About Outer Space for Kids

Top Ten Writing Topics About Outer Space for Kids

I know that a lot of people want to do more nature study, but feel overwhelmed by the thought of all the time it's going to take. Here, then, are my top 10 ways to study nature when you only have 10 minutes a day. Over 11 years of homeschooling, I've been happy to find these quick activities that still make a big impact. I hope you'll find them helpful too!
10 Cool Hands-on Geography Ideas for All Ages

10 Cool Hands-on Geography Ideas for All Ages

Are you looking for fun and different writing topics for your kids? Try writing about space. Space gives kids room to dream and imagine. So encourage your children to use these ten space writing topics as launching points for reports or imaginative stories.
You CAN Teach Homeschool Science

You CAN Teach Homeschool Science

Geography is a subject often neglected, which is a shame because it’s so easy to incorporate with other subjects, such as history, art, and language arts. Plus, geography is just fun to study on its own. Don’t believe me? Just check out these cool hands-on geography ideas for all ages!
10 Ways to Study Nature in Winter

10 Ways to Study Nature in Winter

Do you avoid teaching science in your homeschool? Do you delegate it to your spouse or to co-op? Many people think of science as complicated or just plain yucky. They have visions of mathematical formulas, unpronounceable names, and dissecting frogs. Science is much more than that. Science is in our everyday life. It’s all around us. You are using it and are alive because of it right now. I’m here to tell you that you CAN teach homeschool science. Not only can you teach homeschool science, but when you realize how simple science actually is, you might even grow to appreciate and like science!