The Magic School Bus books are pure genius. If you’re not familiar with them, they take a science topic and turn it into an adventure for Mrs. Frizzle and her class. Children everywhere have been reading these books since 1985 and exploring everything from germs to tornadoes.
If you’re looking for a science curriculum that will capture your child’s attention, you’ve hit the jackpot! This free, printable Magic School Bus Homeschool Science Curriculum not only has worksheets, but you can actually print out the free lesson plans! The lessons include experiments and worksheets as well as viewing an episode of the Magic School Bus television show. This will be your child’s favorite science curriculum ever!
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
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