Category Archives for Science

Why You Need to Teach Geology and How

The common approach to teaching Geology is to hit it once, probably in 8th Grade. But Geology is the beginning point of understanding biology, astronomy, paleontology, anthropology, archaeology, and so much more. If we hope to win the battle for our children’s minds in the area of worldview, it is vitally important that we teach […]

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Homeschooling with the Zodiac (Twelve Constellations)

This live presentation will air on:Friday, April 15th at 11am PacificThis workshop will be taught in the 2016 Ultimate Homeschool Bootcamp- REGISTER HERE for live access!Enhance your Astronomy study. I was taught that the looking at the constellations for answers was wrong because it is commonly linked to astrology. It created a conflict within me […]

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Fishing for Facts at the Aquarium

Fishing for Facts at the AquariumBy Jen Holmstrom Dive into another world at the aquarium! The aquarium is one of the most popular destinations for educational field trips. Kids of all ages find sea life fascinating and a trip to the aquarium will feed interest, curiosity, and spark many questions.The aquarium is overflowing with interesting […]

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8 Amazing Things to Do at Yellowstone National Park

8 Amazing Things to Do at Yellowstone National ParkBy Jen Holmstrom There are some incredible spots in our natural surroundings. We may hear about them and see pictures of them, but nothing compares to actually experiencing these miraculous places. Yellowstone National Park is mostly located in Wyoming and partially covers portions of Montana and Idaho. The […]

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The 5 Basic Senses

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Share0 Pin0 The Five Basic Senses – Introducing a New Essential Sense! By Jen HolmstromChildren absorb information more efficiently than adults. We’ve been aware of this fact for a long time, but have we applied this fact to our lives? One of the biggest reasons why sensory activities are enjoyed by […]

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Biblical Geology – The Biblical Framework for Interpreting Earth History

Do you wish that you knew more about the Earth so that you could explain the geographical formations to your children without having to use secular materials? Geologist Patrick Nurre shows you how to explain God’s earth to your children – from a Biblical perspective. Note: This is a Biblically-based presentation. More about Patrick Nurre: […]

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Keeping Science Real in a Digital World

Gaming, apps, online videos and tutorials are all great ways to get kids interested in science. But the digital world can’t teach a child how a bowling ball feels in their hands or the cool temperature of an ice cube. Doing real science means learning how the real world looks, feels, and sounds. Join Dr. […]

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Unlocking the secrets of real science with your pre-schooler

Children are full of surprises and they can often understand much more than we imagine. The prevalent thinking in many educational circles is that young children can’t learn real science, would be bored with too much detail, and simply can’t absorb complex ideas. However, this is far from true. It’s easier than you think to unlock […]

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Turn your kitchen into a classroom

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit! The kitchen classroom is the tastiest place to learn! This fun workshop will inspire parents to find easy, meaningful ways to incorporate math, science, nutrition, culture, geography, and more into their homeschool lessons. Using […]

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Teaching Science and the Unbreakable Bubble

The Unbreakable Bubble: Fostering Scientific Discovery Presentation by Dr. Rebecca Keller  Can you put your finger through a bubble… without causing it to burst?  Learn to enter your child’s natural inquisitive world, without bursting their bubble.  Children are born observers, asking why and how… turning objects over and inside out… taking things apart. However, many […]

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