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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…


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…


Springtime is a great time of year to take learning outside. Your children will be itching to get out, and you can build their science skills by helping them observe nature the way scientists…