On Look up in the Sky Day, learn about the amazing constellations

What? You have never heard of Look up in the Sky Day? Well, neither had I until I made it a point to learn about strange holidays this year. Apparently Look up in the Sky Day is celebrated every April 14th and we are going to spend a bit of time tonight looking at the… Continue reading On Look up in the Sky Day, learn about the amazing constellations

Blue Moon {InstaScience}

Did you know that a Blue Moon is not actually blue? And that there are two definitions for what a blue moon actually is? The more modern definition of a blue moon says that it only occurs when there are two full moons in a calendar month. Since a full moon occurs about every 29… Continue reading Blue Moon {InstaScience}

Earth Science and Astronomy for the Grammar Stage Updates

I am so delighted to be sharing this bit of Elemental Science news with you! The brand new, fully updated version of Earth Science and Astronomy for the Grammar Stage is now available!!! As you know, we have been working hard on updating our grammar stage series of programs. Here is a look at what has been changed. THE UPDATED… Continue reading Earth Science and Astronomy for the Grammar Stage Updates

Homeschool Science Corner: Teaching about the Solar System

Welcome back to the bi-weekly homeschool Science Corner! This week I want to share with you some activities to help you as you teach your students about the solar system. What is the Solar System? Our solar system is the collection of planets and other objects that orbit around the sun. It includes the eight… Continue reading Homeschool Science Corner: Teaching about the Solar System