What a blur the last couple of months has been! We have gone from Sunny San Diego county to southern Fort Worth. This issue, we look with wonder at the world around – from the wonder of, “How on earth did we do what we did;” to the wonder of the natural world with science. … Read moreBrrr! Winter’s Almost Here!
Science Comics: Volcanoes: Fire and Life by Jon Chad is part of a middlegrade comic series covering a variety of science topics. In Volcanoes: Fire and Life, readers follow Aurora as she attempts to convince her mission leader that volcanoes do exist, and that the Earth’s natural phenomenon could solve the fuel problems that leave … Read moreReview: Science Comics: Volcanoes: Fire and Life
Chemistry and the elements made simpler We have been seeing posts about a coloring book for the Periodic Table of Elements, our curiosity was piqued. How can you simplify the periodic table without dumbing it down? The guinea pigs twins loved this, even my non-chemistry-loving boy was excited to see something that made it easier … Read moreReview: Periodic Table of Elements Coloring Book
Log in with a FREE account to read this. Can we tell you how excited we are about this issue? It’s gorgeous, full-color, 36 pages -and it’s not full of ads. We limit the amount of ads to about 10%, because we believe that you deserve more great articles than ads, and our advertisers deserve … Read moreFall 2015 | Homeschool Science
After a very productive and educational weekend helping in the booth at Great Homeschool Convention in Ontario, CA… Nancy Larson Science was nice enough to give our next science level to us at no charge. So what would a girl do except take some photos and share the box opening with you? As you can see … Read moreNancy Larson Science 3 – What’s in the Box?