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Homeschooling moms, have your friends asked, “What about science?” Are you turned off to natural science, because you had distasteful experiences in school? Do you feel intimidated by science? Many people suppose that science can only be taught and learned in the classroom, with textbooks, using expensive equipment, taught by an college trained, and certified licensed science teacher. Nothing […]Continue reading
Many parents are intimidated by the thought of teaching their children about science. This ought not to be so. Science is learning about the world God created for us. Nature study, I believe, is a great foundation for all science. Nature study does not require you to build a laboratory; it is already provided. The […]Continue reading
The world is your classroom! This is a blessing unique to all homeschoolers! While every home is a school, when you open you front door and step outside the box, the possibilities for learning are limitless! A fun related post: Nature Studies, Nature Notebooks: A Parent Child JourneyContinue reading
SuppliesA sketch pad made with at least 65 lb paper, 5.5” x 8.5” size or 9” x 12” size, works best. Paper weight is determined by how much 500 sheets (a ream) of 24” x 36” paper weighs. This heavier paper works better for inks and water color pencils. Water color paints can be carefully […]Continue reading
I would like to show you how easy it is to introduce and integrate science, art, and literature into your homeschool curriculum through nature studies.In the previous article, I shared the importance of establishing the habit of a daily walk with your children. I had already been walking regularly with my children for almost a […]Continue reading