Elemental Science in the Co-op Setting ~ Classic Series

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As the programs of Elemental Science grows in popularity, we are seeing more and more co-ops using our programs. I wanted to create a resource for co-ops that would help you to plan what to do in-class and what to assign for at-home. I have also included approximate times for you as well to help you gauge {Continue your Research}

Homeschool Science Corner ~ 3 Types of Fossils

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This week’s homeschool science corner is all about the three main types of fossils. Scientists categorize fossils into three main groups –  impression fossils, trace fossils, and replacement fossils. Amber is also often looked at as a fourth type of fossil. Although a chunk of amber can contain insects that were trapped in resin long ago, technically {Continue your Research}

Top 4 Classical Education Blogs

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I am a big fan of classical education, after all it is the method we use in our own homeschool. I also enjoy reading homeschool blogs because like you, I am inspired by what others are doing in the homeschooling world. So today, I wanted to share with you all four of the blogs I {Continue your Research}

Homeschool Science Corner ~ Glacier Study

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It is the middle of summer and you are no doubt dying for a respite from the heat. To help you out today I am sharing a cool topic – a glacier study. These amazing frozen rivers are rare to find in your backyard, but that doesn’t mean you should share them with your students. {Continue your Research}

US State Study for Homeschoolers

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A couple of years ago I shared how we did a US state study in our homeschool. I wanted to revisited that post, clean it up, and share it with you guys once more! There’s a lot of golden nuggets in it that will hopefully it will help those of you who are planning for this {Continue your Research}