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MAY 20, 2014

Pizza Math and Homeschool Science

From trendy pizza trucks to gluten-free crust, and that all-time favorite - plain cheese - pizza is a must-have meal for millions. Turn any pizza party (real or pretend) into tasty math and…

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MAY 9, 2014

A Mother’s Day Poem, My Mother Kept A Garden

  My Mother kept a garden, a garden of the heart, She planted all the good things that gave my life it's start. She turned me to the sunshine and encouraged me to dream, Fostering and…

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MAY 2, 2014

Homeschool Science and Art – Race Around Like an Electron

(How Visual Aids and Visual Arts Help when Teaching Science) Written by John Hofland Our high school chemistry teacher, Mrs. Harms, didn’t merely teach chemistry. She WAS chemistry. As she…

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APRIL 30, 2014

Homeschool Science – Borax Crystals

Borax Crystals in 4 Easy Steps (This is just one of the MANY FASCINATING and FUN e-articles from Homeschool.com's latest e-Magazine, entitled Science Anyone?) My kids love hands on science…

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APRIL 28, 2014

Homeschool Science – Gummy Bear Osmosis

Homeschool Science - Gummy Bear Osmosis is just one of the PHENOMENAL articles in Homeschool.com's Science Section! Other fun articles include Slime Science, Soggy Cereal Science,  and science-based…

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APRIL 24, 2014

How To Create Your Own Nature Exploration Backpack

1) A durable backpack with lots of pockets, a place to store a water bottle. I love our QQuickSilverbag with the built in cooler. It has tons of pockets, it's durable and it's comfortable.…

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APRIL 16, 2014

Learning Homeschool Science Through Photography

One of the most common questions that I get from homeschoolers is, “What one piece of scientific equipment would be the best investment for our science studies?” Let me start by saying…

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APRIL 15, 2014

Adding DIY Projects to Your Homeschool Science

Ever been bitten by the creative "DIY bug"? When this bug strikes, it's bittersweet. On the one hand, it means WORK! On the other hand, you'll probably enjoy the process and will certainly enjoy…

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APRIL 14, 2014

Soggy Cereal Homeschool Science

It always amazes me to see so many people think they need expensive equipment to teach the basics of science.  Newton did not need a digital scale to study the effects of gravity and Einstein…

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APRIL 11, 2014

Homeschool Science – Rock Nature Study

    Do you have a little geologist? My kids are fascinated by rocks. They have jars and containers full of them. We recently moved into a house with a very nice backyard. In…

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