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Homeschool STEM: How to Make Snow Science Experiment

So, it only seemed natural that our science experiment of the week was to make snow. I searched for just the right experiment to showcase during the class, but couldn’t find one that was both appropriate to show 4-8 year olds and gave accurate measurements. So, we made our own! How to Make Snow Science …

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Why is the Sky Blue Science Experiment

In this Why is the Sky Blue science experiment, little learners can see for themselves how the blue wavelength is scattered faster than the red light from the sun. The simple experiment needs only a few things, but it can be a fascinating launch pad for discussions about the sky, the sun, the solar system, …

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5 Science Tools For Homeschooling: A List of Must-Haves

These science tools for homeschooling will make your lessons run smoothly and encourage your kids’ creativity and curiosity. My kids love to explore, investigate, and discover…even if they won’t always admit it. A classic example was when we went to lunch one day this summer to a small shopping village that has amazingly beautiful gardens. …

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Borax Crystal Snowflake Experiment

With all of the snow and cold weather we have had this winter, it may seem redundant to have a lesson on “ice” crystals, but that is what we did today. Little Miss Kindergartener has been reading Mice on Ice by Rebecca Emberley and There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow! by Lucille Colandro this week, so …

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