#SCIENCE

We love science here at Homeschool.com!  It’s a bit of a shame that so many people dislike science due to it feeling overly complicated, dry, and boring.  Too often, science is limited to…


In my family science has always been a favorite subject.  We are a hands-on science family.  If we can make something into an experiment I will.  I learned early on that the more hands-on…


Sponsored post by © Greg Landry 2019 As homeschooling parents we give our children so many advantages as they move into the middle and upper grades and then to college. But, I believe there…


Space. The final frontier... or is it? The study of space, otherwise known as astronomy is a field of study that is nearly limitless. Scientists continually discover new and amazing things in…


Guest post by Joseph Truini Kids of all ages are naturally curious about everything, and I do mean everything. So, it’s not surprising that bathrooms, with all their water-spurting fixtures…


JANUARY 6, 2015

LEGO Women Scientists

  Computer Engineer Barbie, meet LEGO women scientists. Last summer a new, limited edition LEGO® Research Institute went on sale including a paleontologist with her dinosaur skeleton,…


Bubbles aren’t just kid stuff anymore. Computer scientists at Bristol University in England are studying bubbles as a new kind of surface for displaying information. They’re devising different…


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…


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…


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…