Volcanoes are so fascinating to everyone. I know my kids have loved learning about them, and Lucas has even made his own. Read on for a fun experiment!
If you have been with Fred through the elementary set, then you will not want to miss this 3-book Life of Fred intermediate set. If you have NOT met Fred, this would be a great place to get to get started!!
Designed for students under age 12, but already finished the Life of Fred elementary book series. Best for students who can add, subtract, and who understand multiplication and division.
I am so excited to have a guest post for you today! Leah Heffner from Life Around the Coffee Cup is offering up a post for us to encourage us in our marriages. All of us have gone through the Land of Littles, and some of us may be there now. If you are, don’t be discouraged.
They say that giving is better than receiving, but who says you can’t do both? Educents just launched a new program that will help you AND your friends save money on innovative products that keep kids excited about learning. They are one of my favorite homeschooling resources.
If you’re not already familiar with Educents – here’s the scoop. Educents is the best place to discover new ways to make learning fun. Find innovative products and ideas created by a community of experts in education.
Do your kids love science? I know that most kids love doing science experiments, especially when they’re fun! Science can be a fun addition to any day.
Are you looking to add fun, scientific projects to your curriculum? Look no further than your favorite crew of curious adventurers – The Magic School Bus. Magic School Bus Science Club is a monthly subscription service that delivers science experiments for your kids to enjoy.
Also, I just heard some VERY exciting news. For the first time ever, Educents is offering to ship these science kits to kids WORLDWIDE!!
A subscription to the Magic School Bus Science Club is a great way to offer children a hands-on science lesson. The experiments included are perfect for children ages 5 to 10, but really, any science-oriented kids will get a blast out of the kit.
Parents and teachers are constantly talking about the Magic School Bus Science Club. Jamerrill from Free Homeschool Deals shared a blog post of her kids have a blast with the science kits. Jamerrill says she could “open up a science kit, turn to a lesson page, and jump right into that hand-on activity. It helps me feel like a ‘fun mom’ because we’re doing a science activity, and I didn’t have the stress or mess of pulling it all together.”
Kids will get so excited when each kit arrives at their door each month. I found this awesome video review by Eric Poor showing off a couple of human body experiments from the Magic School Bus subscription. Look at his face light up with a HUGE smile each time he does an experiment!!
Here’s some more feedback about the Science Kits from Educents shoppers:
“I was not expecting it to be this good.” – Amber W.
” I was really impressed by the hands-on approach of learning, and then having it explained so that a child would understand it. I would highly recommend this!” – Kelly L.
“I feel this is perfect for a hands-on activity to supplement the worksheets we download from other sellers.” – Sasha B.
The Magic School Bus Science Kits are available on Educents for a great price. For the first time ever, Educents is offering to ship these kits internationally! The kits are finally available to learners around the world – Australia, Asia, Europe – you name the place and Ms. Frizzle will be there with a science adventure for your child!
When I was growing up, I remember building things with Lincoln Logs. I don’t remember much else, although I’m sure we also had some Legos here and there. I was never very creative when it came to building things, but my kids love building with bricks.
One of the oldest and most reliable toys that children have played with for centuries is the simple wooden block. It’s versatile, safe, and most of all fun. While standard wooden blocks are still fun, there have been major innovations and advancements in technology to bring us to where we are now.