Fort Building for Working on Problem Solving and Engineering

Inside Large Fort Magic Fort

Disclaimer: During my time blogging, I have had a lot of chances to review products.  Fort Magic may be my favorite thing that my family has been able to try out.  Seriously – this thing is so awesome that I couldn’t even write a regular old boring disclaimer that I got this free to review. […]

Astronomy for Middle School

astronomy for middle school

The following post is from Christy of Eclectic Momma My son has loved astronomy for a long time.  He definitely knows more than I do about the subject.  Over the years, we’ve done several different unit studies with lots of hands-on activities.  But let me tell you, middle school astronomy has been quite a change. […]

Earth Day Activites for Kids

Earth Day activities

The following post is from Jamie of See Jamie Blog: The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.” Psalm 24:1 My Creation-loving dad was a very big influence on my love and appreciation of nature. I hope to instill the same in my own children. With […]

Resources for Children’s Dental Health Month: Books, Crafts, Printables and More!

childrens dental health

The following post is from Dianna of The Kennedy Adventures. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting our authors! February marks Children’s Dental Health Month – what better time to teach your little ones the importance of taking care of their teeth? I’m sharing some of the best books, crafts, and resources that […]

Let It Snow: A Snow Unit Study

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The following post is from contributor, Erin of The Usual Mayhem. It’s February, everything is piled high with snow (for half of us, anyway), and we’re all restless. What better time to study the snow itself? I’ve compiled a collection of snow unit study links so you can explore with your kids in as much […]

Preschool Science Experiments

preschool science experiments

The following is a post from contributing author Dianna Kennedy and contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support. Looking for resources to help you teach science to preschoolers? This list of awesome preschool science experiments will get your children on the right track to become super scientists! Water Beads for Preschoolers Part of the fun […]

Math and Science Online Resource for Middle and High School

Uzinggo Online Math and Science Resource

The following post is by Angie from Many Little Blessings (and founder of The Homeschool Classroom).  This is a sponsored review about One of the things that often scares potential middle and high school homeschooling parents are math and science.  While we all are familiar with these subjects and went through them ourselves, it […]

How to Organize Apologia Science

How to Organize Apologia Science | The Homeschool Classroom

The following post is from contributing writer Roan of Joyful Johnsons. In our homeschool, I begin using Apologia Science textbooks in the 7th grade.  We begin with General Science, and then work our way through Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology, and Physics.  Over the last 5 years, I have determined the best […]

Hurricane Unit Study Resources

Hurricane Unit Study Helps

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner. If you live in the eastern half of the United States, now is the perfect time to do a small unit study on hurricanes since we’re in the middle of hurricane season.  Here are a few links to help you in your […]

Easy Preschool Science Ideas


The following is a post by contributing writer Michelle of Raising Cajuns. In the early childhood years, science education can easily follow an interest-based model.  Children this age are naturally hands-on, active learners with eyes wide open to the wonders of the world around them.  These ages are ripe for nature studies and observational learning, […]

Free Science Resources for Children

free science resources for kids

The following is a post from contributing writer Dianna Kennedy and contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this author. Teaching science to kids doesn’t have to be scary! There are so many amazing free science resources for children to help you tackle teaching everything from astronomy to zoology, geology to paleontology. Be […]