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10 Blogs for Homeschool Science Inspiration

Written by Paige Hudson

(This is just one of the really informative articles in Homeschool.com’s latest e-Magazine, which is entitled Science Anyone?)

 

Science is a passion of mine and has been for years. I love to share about the subject with others which is why I blog about homeschool science and write homeschool science curricula. I also enjoy reading and learning about science from journals and other blogs.

The following ladies are an inspiration to me in the blogging world. They are not all homeschoolers and several of them share about more than just science, but each one shares a unique aspect of the subject that I am confident you will find appealing.

1. Handbook of Nature Study Blog – Barb is a gem in the homeschooling world! I have been following her blog for years now and she still manages to surprise me with little nuggets of nature study wisdom. She shares posts about her nature study adventures and also hosts the outdoor hour challenge. If you are considering adding nature study to your homeschool science plans, Barb’s blog is a must read!

Loved this post – How to Naturally Share Nature Study with your Child

2.  Go Explore Nature – Debi does a wonderful job of sharing posts that will inspire you to spend more time outdoors. Her blog’s focus is to help kids connect with nature and she definitely does just that. Every Friday, she shares quick and simple ways to explore nature right in your backyard. This is another great blog to subscribe to if nature study is going to be a part of your week.

Loved this post – 50 Ways to Explore Nature in your own Backyard

3.   Inspiration Laboratories – Trisha posts about more than just science on her blog, but she has some wonderful hands-on activities for preschoolers. Her focus is to encourage your children to learn through play, so everything on her blog looks like tons of fun.  She is a self-professed science nerd, so you can trust that her preschool science activities are solid. If you have a little one, you really need to subscribe to her inspirational blog!

Loved this post (this is really an on-going series) – The A to Z Science Series

4.   Growing a Jeweled Rose – Crystal has shared such a wealth of science-related activities on her blog. If you are looking for an activity to match a topic you are studying, chances are you will find it here. It is a fantastic place to visit to be inspired to add some hands-on activities into your homeschool science plan!

Loved this post – Erupting Snow Recipe

5.   Science Sparks – This is a wonderful blog from which to glean inspiration! It is jam-packed with ideas for hands-on science activities. I love how they are already separated into disciplines, so you can really pick and choose what you need. This is another one of those blogs that you should subscribe to for homeschool science encouragement.

Loved this post – Viscosity Races

6.  The Homeschool Scientist – Marci shares a hodgepodge of science-related posts at her blog. She’s a former naturalist who adds a unique voice to her free printables and science resource reviews. Her blog is a considerable asset to the homeschool science world and it is definitely worth subscribing to!

Loved this post – Reverse Engineering Printable Worksheets

7.  Wildlife fun for kids – Penny’s passion for wildlife is clearly evident in her blog. She shares nature-related activities and free printables that are sure to spark your students’ interest in nature. If you read her blog for any length of time you will catch her love of the natural world!

Loved this post – Nature’s Glitter

8.  Spell OutLoud – Maureen writes about all types of learning, but she frequently composes a preschool science nuggets that will inspire you. She shares lots of free printables and other activities that you won’t want to miss!

Loved this post – 3 Nature Study Myths

9.  Adventures in Mommydom – Ticia shares about more than just her science learning adventures on her blog, but her love of the subject shines through. She is also the host of the “Science Sunday” link-up, so her blog is a great go-to place for homeschool science-related advice.

Loved this post – How to teach Hands on Science

10.  Modern Mia Gardening – Mia shares quite a bit about gardening on her blog and not too much about homeschool. However, she has inspired me to look at gardening as a unique educational opportunity. If you are looking to start a garden for yourself or for homeschool science, you need to subscribe to her blog.

Loved this post – Garden Math

Did I miss any of your favorite blogs for homeschool science inspiration? Please let me know by sending me an email at [email protected] or send one to  [email protected] with your favorite science-oriented blogs!  In the meantime, you can visit this Pinterest Board for additional inspiration.

 

Paige Hudson, a homeschooling mom, has a passion for sharing the wonders of science with children. She writes science curricula aimed at homeschoolers for Elemental Science. You can also find her sharing tips and tools for homeschool science education at Elemental Blogging. She holds a BS in Biochemistry from Virginia Tech and currently resides in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia with her husband and 2 children. 

 

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