Perfect for observing erosion, this free, printable Lab Sheet will help your student record their findings. The Erosion Science gives instructions on how to conduct an experiment to demonstrate erosion and its results. It involves a bag of sand and some water, so you can count on the fact that your child will have fun!Click here […]
You know how much kids love candy. This Gummy Bear Science Activity pairs the love of candy with science to make a fun experiment! It’s very hands-on and colorful, so it’s perfect for younger elementary-aged children. They will love the little science journal – yours to print for free! Click here to download your free printable! Need […]
Fall is here, are you planning on visiting a cornfield or corn maze? This printable doesn’t have any fancy graphics, but it is loaded with information and is set up for an interesting application of real-world math! It includes questions and answers, a scientific method printable, a vocabulary page, and two experiments. (One of them […]
This printable is an great way to expose your child to the Scientific Method when conducting experiments. It’s a fun and easy project that you and your children will enjoy!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Is your Middle Schooler learning Chemistry this year?Did you know that there is a way to actually see the density of liquids? In this fun experiment your student will actually be able to “see” the density of the liquids that they are layering. Get all of the details on this experiment as well as your […]