Science Fun!

 Posted by on March 30, 2011  Add comments
Mar 302011

One of my favorite subjects when I was in school was science and it is still one of my favorites to do with my kids!  It is one of the first books I purchase when I am planning for the next school year and it is a subject I always make sure we get to on its scheduled day during the school year.

I am always looking for fun ideas and projects to do with my kids.  Here are some links to help you when planning your next science topic…

Do you have any other resources you would like to share?

Heidi, a contributing author here at Habits for a Happy Home, is a homeschooling mom to three boys, ages 7, 5 and 3. Find her sharing a mixture of couponing, cost savings strategies and more on her blog, Heidi’s Miscellany.

  7 Responses to “Science Fun!”

  1. Oh yes it is! Great job on the project! We had our fair a little earlier this year and had a great time. Our eldest son made a mousetrap car, the eldest daughter determined the pitch of my crystal glasses, and the youngest 2 did water cycle experiments. Congrats on the ribbons!

  2. Wow! A mousetrap car, that sounds like fun! I know my boys would love that one! Thanks for the congrats…he was very excited!

  3. Your rock candy project looks like fun! A fun project I did cough cough cough years ago, when I was less than ten years old, was to grow the same plant in soils with different composition. I charted which ones did the best and jotted down what the ones that didn’t grow well needed from looking at the leaves. My father, who worked in the agri-chemical business, taught me about soils and plant nutrition. Wish I could remember all of that today! .

  4. Love it, Great post!

  5. I love science too! I have used Considering God’s Creation curriculum and am currently using Apologia’s Anatomy and Physiology curriculum. It’s so wonderful to have experiments laid out for you. I also supplement with other experiments as well. Thanks for sharing!

    • We will be doing Apologia Anatomy next year and I am so looking forward to it! We are working on Apologia Astronomy this year. I do love the Apologia Science curriculum and have really enjoyed the book and projects!

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