Don’t Drink the Protozoa from the Creek! More Homeschool Science Lessons

Learn about microscopic animals with this protozoa culture kit. #homeschoolscience #homeschool

Although we live in a subdivision, we have an expansive lot, with plenty of room for a passel of kids to explore nature. Trees for climbing? Check. Cul-de-sac for riding bikes, skates, and scooters? Double check. Creek for getting muddy and checking out frogs, salamanders, snakes, and turtles? Triple check. One beautiful fall day, I […]

Simple Tips for Choosing a Homeschool Microscope

Having toruble choosing a homeschool microscope? Don't miss these tips. #homeschoolscience

CRASH! Breaking glass. Again. In a house with five children, the sound of breaking glass isn’t uncommon. Dishes falling to the floor. A BB shot gone awry. Or in this case, a box of microscope slides left over from my husband’s microbiology class five years ago. I sighed and grabbed the broom, turning just in […]

Why My Kids LOVE Homeschool Dissection Lab

My kids LOVE to hear me tell stories about when I was in school. Since they’ve only been in a cottage school setting, they don’t have any experience with 50 minute class periods, bells ringing, or teachers who were less than stellar. “What classes did you take in high school? What was your FAVORITE?” Looking […]

An Easy Peasy Approach to Homeschool Science with Multiple Ages

Homeschool moms, are you struggling with teaching homeschool science to multiple ages? These Homeschool Subscription kits from Insight to Learning are the perfect solution.

Since I’m a registered nurse in my day job, it would come as no surprise that I seriously love science. Well …. biological sciences, that is. I’m no chemistry major, that’s for sure. Pair a mom who loves anatomy and physiology with a dad who loves space technology and physics and what do you get? […]

Must See Ocean Documentaries

ocean documentaries for your homeschool kids

Call us nerds, but we love science and nature in our homeschool. We’ve explored animal documentaries, dove in deeper to explore Ancient Rome, and even created a way to keep track of our favorite science shows. The weather is getting warmer here in Kentucky (HOORAY), and my kids are already planning our next family beach […]