My name is Paige Hudson. As a homeschooling mom and science curriculum writer for Elemental Science, I have a real passion for mixing up solutions for homeschool science.
My goal is to give you the tools you need to teach science. But not in the check-of-the-box-move-on-to-the-next-thing kind of way. I want science to be the save-the-best-for-last kind of subject in your house.
At the Eb Lab, you will find:
- Weekly digital nature study through InstaScience;
- Information for teaching science at the science corner;
- Freebies and suggestions for experiments;
- Along with personal tips for homeschooling.
So dive in and enjoy a time at the lab! If you have questions about what you read here, please don’t hesitate to hit the “contact me” button and send it my way. I promise I’ll answer as soon as I am able!
More about the lab
Why is this blog called the “Eb Lab”?
Well, it is because I am scientist at heart and by profession, so it pretty much spills into everything I do. I love to share tips and tools with fellow educators as they seek to share science with their students! If you have any questions about what you see here, please feel free to send me an email by clicking on the email me tab.
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If you are looking for more information about Elemental Science, you can find it on the Elemental Science Page.
On a more personal note
I have always loved science which is the reason I majored in Biochemistry at Virginia Tech. After graduation, I married my best friend, Brad, and now we have added a twelve-year-old daughter and a four-year-old son to the mix. We currently live in the Appalachian Mountains, but have spent time living in both South America and Asia.
Most days, you can find me at home – writing, cooking, teaching, and hanging like a sloth in a tree for my kids!
In case your wondering, here’s what a typical day looks like in my house.
Where else can you find me?
About a decade ago, I started writing a science curriculum for my daughter, which has now grown into a full blown company, Elemental Science.