Oak Meadow {Review}: A Complete Curriculum

Choosing a curriculum or a method that works for your child isn’t always an easy task. I’ve been homeschooling for over 10 years and only just managed to find a program that has worked for one of my children. In this post, I will review Oak Meadow Sixth Grade that we used this year to […]

Generation Genius – A Video-Based Science Program for Grade 3 to 5

Science education for the elementary school years needs to be full of fun and excitement and feed off a child’s natural curiosity. That’s why programs like Generation Genius are a perfect fit. Designed for students in the Grade 3 to 5 range, this site combines videos with experiments along with some guided discussion and exploration. […]

Science Expeditions from Little Passports – A Year Of Science Fun

This post contains affiliate links. During the last year, I was excited to be working in partnership with Little Passports to test out their new Science Expeditions series of monthly kits.   Since my middle child is an aspiring scientist, it was a perfect fit for him. While we didn’t successfully manage to keep our […]

Learning About Bones with Science Expeditions

This post contains affiliate links. This month our Science Expeditions Kit was all about bones. Admittedly my little scientist isn’t as into biology as other science topics, so he wasn’t really interested in doing this box at first. I decided to pull out the contents of the box and show it to my four-year-old, who was […]

Let’s Talk Science

Let’s Talk Science is an award-winning, national, charitable organization. They have a variety of free programs, resources, hands-on activities and projects to engage children and youth – from preschool to Grade 12 – in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)! Check out their hands-on activities database that includes fun activities for all ages. Some activity […]

Animal Classification {Printable} – A Matching Game

The challenge of this game is to learn about various animal classification. They have been divided up into 6 groups – Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, Fish, Birds, and Insects. All you have to do is match them up! How to play: First, divide up your board (which can be a table, the floor, a poster board, […]

Supercharged Science – a Homeschool Science Curriculum

This post contains affiliate links.  Supercharged Science is an online video based homeschool science curriculum that takes the guesswork and frustrations of science out of the way. What is it? Homeschool science curriculum by Supercharged Science Who is it for? Grades K-12 How much is it? $37/month for k-8, and $57/month for 9-12 There are currently 20 complete […]

Teach Your Kids About Electricity – Resources to learn about circuits and current

If you are going to teach your kids about electricity, here is a collection of resources that will help you with your studies. Lesson Plans Electricity Lesson Plan Ideas from the Canada Science and Technology Museum – includes math, art, language, etc in addition to science Electricity and Electrical Safety by Switched On Kids  – […]

Homeschool Science Advice

Homeschool Science seems to be something that people struggle with, so this month the Canadian Homeschool Blogger Team is sharing some of their best science related posts to help you with this subject.   Jennifer – Science Materials You Can Find Around Your Home Affordable homeschooling can be a challenge. Check out this handy list […]