Blog Cruise ~ Science Resources

From plants and animals to magnets and space, chemistry and physics to biology and aeronautics, science is a popular and favorite subject among homeschoolers. There’s a plethera of resources available to help us teach our little Einsteins, too. So for this week’s Blog Cruise, we are curious about what science resources you have found really work for your family. Our question this week is this:

What is your favorite science resource?

At Mrs. Mandy’s Musings, Amanda shares how she makes science work for her school in “Science for the not so scientific“.

For the budget-conscious homeschooler, Beth, at Ozark Ramblings, shares her finds in “Eureka! I’ve found free science resources“.

Living a Life of Science” is the example set by Marisa, at Lighthouse Classical Academy.

Nicole, from Journey to Excellence, shares a helpful online resource to aid her in teaching science to her high schooler in, “When DNA Stands for Don’t No A-thing“.

Learn all about “Science the Painless Way” from Amy at One Blessed Mamma.

At Circling Through This Life,  Tess reminds us about “The Library: A (practically) unlimited source for Science materials“.

Lexi has a message for her former science teacher in “Hey Coach!” over at Lextin Academy.

Becky says, “It’s natural to learn science!” at Cobwebs and Kisses.

At Homeschool Coffee Break, Kym shares “How I Finally Learned to Love Science“.

Christine shares her “Favorite Science Resources” at Our Homeschool Reviews.

Debra shares a “World of Science“, at Footprints in the Butter.

At Debbie’s Homeschool Corner, Debbie shares about some of her favorites in “Science Fun“.

At Mozi Esmé, Jane and her daughter are “Getting Dirty with Science“.

Science and Snickerdoodles“–what do they have in common? Find out what Heather has to say about that at The Blessings Pour Out.

Finally, I share “Science, nature’s way . . . ” at Ben and Me.

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