Choosing a Homeschool Science Curriculum for “Non-Science” Students

Teaching Science to “Non-Science” Students & Using an Appropriate Homeschool Science Curriculum

One of the things that many families enjoy about homeschooling is the flexibility it offers. Not only does it offer it with schedule, but also in the curriculum taught. There are many very gifted and passionate students who have been homeschooled. The classic “one size fits all” model often presented in public education just doesn’t fit. Many times a child while excelling in one area of studies may struggle with another. Maybe your child is not interested in science but you want them to, educate yourself about the right homeschool science curriculum! Finding the right homeschool science curriculum can make or break your child’s interest in topics that they might not naturally be interested in.

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Virtual Reality Science Books Make Learning a Blast!

VR Science Books, Board Books, and More!

Christmas is almost upon us and Encyclopedia Britannica has something for all ages. From board books to Virtual Reality, there is definitely something for everyone on your list! Encyclopedia Britannica is celebrating their 250th anniversary this year, so you know it’s a name you can trust!

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Nat Geo Kids Perfect for Your Bookworm!

Nat Geo Kids Books

National Geographic, Nat Geo for short, is a cable and satellite television network. The channel, available in more than 143 countries and 25 languages, features non-fiction programs that cover topics including adventure, culture, history, nature, outdoors, science and travel. Nat Geo Kids was established so that kids could learn about the world and how it all works. This is done via award-winning apps, books, events, games, magazines, toys, videos and a website. Nat Geo Kids have books that cover a variety of topics including animals, history, nature, science, and space.

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