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Studying Science at Home

Vol. 65, Prg. 26–30
February 20–24, 2006


Teaching science in your homeschool can seem complicated. “What if I don’t like math? Or we don’t have access to a lab? My strength is language arts, and my kids aren’t interested in science anyway!” Listen to this week’s Home School Heartbeat with Michael Farris to get some perspective on how and why to teach science.

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2/20  
Teaching Observation Skills to Young Children
2/21  
From Asking Why to Developing Hypotheses
2/22  
Elementary Experiments
2/23  
Biology, Chemistry, and Physics—Oh My!
2/24  
Glimpses of God’s Eternal Power and Divine Nature
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Teaching science can be fun and easy! This list of resources can help you find a science curriculum that will work for your homeschool, whether a traditional textbook, experimental science course, or CD-Rom program. Help your kids find the fun in science.

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