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Homeschool science

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Homeschool science. Get inspired and try out new things.
I made this page. It has a ton of links to Educational sites. Some only have a few freebies but most are completely free resources. I hope some one can use it!

Just a bunch of useful links! There are so many more sites than I listed but these are my favorites. Everything listed has something for free and most of the sites are completely free resources!

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Eco-Column: By: Kelsie Fronheiser, Gene Edwards, Jenny Kraus, Justin Lange Introduction: These instructions will help you create your very own eco-column in your home or classroom. An eco-column is a self-sustaining ecosystem on a small scale, made of plastic s…

States of matter freebie to help your kindergarten students learn the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. #statesofmatter #science #kindergarten

States of matter freebie to help your kindergarten students learn the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. #statesofmatter #science #kindergarten

Recap Of The First Couple Weeks Of 1st Grade

We are entering our third week of Ambleside Online Year 1 and already we are reaping the benefits of the generous curriculum inspired by Charlotte Mason. This is our first year where I would consider our homeschool inspired by Miss Mason in most of our subjects (no CM police, here!). In this post I will share a recap of the first couple weeks into our Year 1 homeschool, and breakdown our homeschool rhythm with some detail.