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Have you heard of makerspaces? Whether the term was dropped from an overheard clip of conversations at a co-op meeting or a sponsored article on Facebook, makerspaces are beginning to take the…


Computer Science Week is from December 9th - 15th in 2019 and we are excited to celebrate it!  STEM is very popular for homeschoolers, private schools, and public schools alike due to the rising…


This post sponsored by Time4Learning Check out the FREE HOMESCHOOL STEM FAIR for this Fall! Incorporating STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills in your homeschool is…


Have you considered bringing a Latin study into your homeschool?  Perhaps you have been researching foreign languages to begin with your homeschooled students, and Latin briefly crossed your…


This post is sponsored by K12. Many students agree that astronomy is one of the most fascinating aspects of science!  The wonder of the universe with its many galaxies and innumerable stars…


Participating in a science fair is a rite of passage for some kids. Kids who enjoy science love having the chance to share their expertise with others and they often welcome a dose of healthy…


There are many reasons some kids hate science. But, it is possible to inspire a love of science in these kids with carefully selected lesson plans and experiments. Here are three science-based…


Mother Goose Time provides monthly subscription, thematic early-learning materials that work great in a homeschool setting (at home or in a co-op). The materials encourage skill based learning…


  Eyeball It!™ provides a series of studio art projects (painting, drawing, sculpture, collage) for elementary school-age children to do at home with a parent or other interested…


  From STEM to STEAM: How to Incorporate the Arts Into Your STEM Curriculum Two common—and timely—buzzwords in education are the acronyms STEM and STEAM. STEM, as you may know,…