As the typical homeschooler, we diligently marked our calendar the minute we heard about the eclipse so we would remember to get outside to observe the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse … [Read more...] about Penumbral Lunar Eclipse – Were You Disappointed?
Have you heard of the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC)? It's a citizen science event that's fun, free, and easy to do! It's sponsored by the National Audubon Society, and it … [Read more...] about Backyard Bird Study
Kids love making bubbles! I mean REALLY love bubbles. Below you'll find a great video demonstrating how to create your own unpoppable bubble solution and a printable recipe. … [Read more...] about Unpoppable Bubble Recipe with Free Printable
This week we have a great collection of ideas, resources, and printables about winter to share with you! For those of us in the South, winter is just getting underway, but for … [Read more...] about Ideas, Resources, and Activities About Winter
Have you ever heard of making snowflakes out of Borax and pipe cleaners? If not (or even if you have!), keep reading to find out how! It's lots of fun, and your kiddos will … [Read more...] about Christmas Science Experiment: Borax Crystal Snowflakes
I love Autumn. The colors, the cooler air, Octoberfest, Applefest, apples…especially the apples. I love them straight from nature, in apple pie, in apple cobbler, in apple … [Read more...] about Fun and Tasty Ways to Experiment with Apples
Fall Science Experiment: Use Chromatography to Extract Color from Green Leaves We will do an experiment that explains how leaves change colors before they fall to the … [Read more...] about Fall Science Experiment
My kids are super into science and STEM activities. But until a few years ago, I had no idea what a STEM activity was or why it was important. If you're a homeschooling … [Read more...] about What is a STEM Activity?
Play is so important! Childhood play and development go hand-in-hand. Play helps children learn more about the world around them and how to interact with other people of … [Read more...] about Nature Ideas for Kids: Take the Fun and Learning Outside
I’ve had the blessing of being part of (and sometimes running) different sized co-ops for over 20 years. If you ask my now grown children, they will tell you that the things … [Read more...] about Share the Fun – Start a Co-op
Combining the Olympics with biology is a great way to get your students interested in and excited about studying human anatomy and physiology! Instead of just watching the … [Read more...] about Olympic Inspiration for Studying Human Anatomy and Physiology
The zoo is one of those places I really enjoy visiting when the weather is nice, therefore it often becomes a fun spring/summer excursion with my children. And because of the … [Read more...] about Zoo Scavenger Hunt Printables and Book Lists