Science Comics: Volcanoes: Fire and Life by Jon Chad is part of a middlegrade comic series covering a variety of … read the rest of the story….
Chemistry and the elements made simpler We have been seeing posts about a coloring book for the Periodic Table of … read the rest of the story….
Log in with a FREE account to read this. Can we tell you how excited we are about this issue? … read the rest of the story….
After a very productive and educational weekend helping in the booth at Great Homeschool Convention in Ontario, CA… Nancy Larson Science … read the rest of the story….
Science isn’t all about test tubes and Petri dishes, although those can be fun! These summer science ideas will get … read the rest of the story….
Many kids have a base understanding of birds, Investigating Birds from Nancy Larson Science 2 formalizes the knowledge already there, adds more, and to helps kids understand why some birds live where they live, eat what they eat, and how to find more information.
Every time I look at this science, and every lesson we do with it shows the pure genius of the … read the rest of the story….
My brother the computer scientist sent the twins each an Arduino kit – I had never heard of this, but … read the rest of the story….
This is our third unit in Nancy Larson Science 2, and we just can’t get enough. Truth be told, Investigating … read the rest of the story….
From finding seeds to grow a garden in the cargo bay of the living, talking ship known as “Auntie”, to fighting more space pirates, and helping a sentient tree pollinate, the action doesn’t stop – and neither does the learning!
I can’t believe we’re already done with another unit! Even though we do more than the 2 lessons a week … read the rest of the story….
We have always loved staring at the stars. We lay outside at night during the summer, try to find shapes the … read the rest of the story….