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  • "I Wonder" Science


  • Experiment with "I Wonder" Science! Think about things you wonder about, then research, explore, experiment, record!

    Try: "I wonder what happens to food when left out" -- and see which foods grow molds quicker: Mold on Foods.

    Also Try: "I wonder how plants absorb water" with this celery stick experiment: Plants Absorbing Water.

    Or Try: "I wonder why oil and water don't mix" -- and try mixing them like this: Mixing Oil and Water.

    Science Experiment Log: Print our Science Experiment Log Sheet and use the Scientific Method to think about and record your thoughts and findings on your science experiments: Science Experiment Log Sheet (PDF).

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your lessons and homeschool activities on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Homeschool Forms.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Stained Glass Tessellation Art


  • See stained glass tessellation art and more amazing tessellations: Tessellation Art.

    Learn how to make tessellations using various shapes, such as triangles, squares, and pentagons, plus learn about "semi-regular" tessellations, too: Making Tessellations.

    Find tessellations in nature or around your home: Tessellations Around Us!

    Send your tessellation art to us, and we'll feature it on our Creative Corner Page! Just create your tessellation art, take a photo of it, and email it to us.

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your lessons and homeschool activities on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Homeschool Forms.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Fun Art Projects!


  • Experience Creativity with These Art Activities!

    Enjoy the Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Collage, Printmaking, Fiber Arts, and more at the: Imagination Factory!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your lessons and homeschool activities on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Homeschool Forms.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Cooking with Math!


  • Enhance math skills by cooking in the kitchen!

    See how cooking and baking strengthen math skills. Learn how many tablespoons are in a cup, how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon, and more: Math and Cooking Skills.

    Learn fractions in baking, and see what happens when a recipe is doubled or cut in half: Fractions in Baking.

    Have fun cooking up math in the kitchen: Cooking up Math!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your lessons and homeschool activities on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Homeschool Forms.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Science Experiment - Solid or Liquid?


  • Today, make some Gluep! Then make a hypothesis on whether the "Gluep" is a solid or a liquid. Click Gluep Recipe to get started.

    After making the Gluep, determine what happens to the molecules when glue is exposed to air. What is a polymer? What are borate ions? Describe these in your Science Journal or on this Science Experiment worksheet: Science Experiment Sheet. And have fun!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your lessons and homeschool activities on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Roller Coasters - Build Your Own


  • How does a roller coaster work? What's the history behind roller coasters? Click Roller Coasters and Roller Coaster History to find out!

    Build your own roller coaster with these simple steps: Build Roller Coasters.

    Or create a coaster online: Online Roller Coaster.

    Roller coaster construction sets are also available, such as K'Nex, Space Rail, and similar construction sets. Enjoy the ride that these fun learning lessons provide!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your lessons and homeschool activities on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Great Explorers - Explore Your World


  • Make an Explorers Scrapbook!
    Research famous explorers with this Interactive Explorers website.
    Learn about the Age of Exploration, too.
    Follow the routes of explorers with the Explorer Route Maps.
    If you'd like printables, click Explorer Printables.
    If you'd prefer to use library books, check out the Explorer Eyewitness Book, or Explorers Who Got Lost, or Explorers of North America, etc.
    Create your "Explorers Scrapbook" and see how many explorers, continents, countries, regions, maps, and routes you can feature in your scrapbook by the end of the year!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Math Stories - Create Your Own Math Story


  • Read this math story and follow along as the author spends her money. Click Math Stories.
    See how many math stories you can create, and see if your family can solve them, before you give the answers.
    Keep all your math stories in a binder or in a Math Journal, and keep adding to your collection of stories.
    Question: If you write 1 math story per week, how many math stories will you have in 9 months?

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Blue Skies - Red Sunsets


  • Consider why the sky is blue on a clear day, but turns red at sunset. Try this experiment called Blue Sky, Red Sunset.
    Observe and record what you see on our printable Science Logsheet: Science Experiment Logsheet.
    Read more about the Reflection of Light and try some of the other experiments here: Reflection of Light.


    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Measure the Speed of Light - Discovery of Speed of Light


  • Measure the speed of light, using your microwave, bread, and butter! To see how, click Measure Speed of Light. Learn more about the discovery of the speed of light: Speed of Light Facts. Record your experiment and describe what you learned on our Science log sheets: Click Science Logs. Have fun!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Litmus Paper Experiment - Test for Acids and Bases


  • Test a variety of items to see if they have acidic traits, alkaline traits, or are neutral. Record your findings on our Science Experiment log sheets or in your Science Journal. Make your own litmus paper with red cabbage and paper strips: Click Litmus Paper Experiment. Then test various items for their acidic or alkaline properties. Print our Science Experiment log sheets for recording your experiments and results: Print Science Logs. Learn more about acids and bases here: Click Acids and Bases. Have fun!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Earth's Rotation and Pendulum - Experiment with Foucault's Pendulum


  • Jean Foucault created his pendulum to help understand the earth's rotation. Experiment with this online interactive pendulum on the PBS Kids' website: Click Pendulum (uses Shockwave). Make your own pendulum: Click Make Pendulum and Click Pendulum Challenge. Try the activity sheet on the Foucault Pendulum at this Science link: Click Pendulum Lessons.

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • World Geography - Continents and Regions of the World


  • Play the Continents Game and see if you get a perfect score: Continents Game. Have fun testing your knowledge of World Geography with this simple online game: Click here for World Quiz. Learn all about the Polar Regions of the world: Click here for Polar Regions.

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Tangrams, Math, and History - Create Your Own Tangrams


  • A tangram is a square made up of 7 pieces. Draw your own tangrams, using this step-by-step guide: Click here. Or create tangrams online, by moving the 7 shapes around: Click here.

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Diagram a Sentence - Understand Subjects, Verbs/Predicates, Direct Objects


  • Not everyone needs to know how to diagram a sentence. But visually seeing a breakdown of sentences in a diagram can help some children understand parts of sentences better. To see how to diagram simple sentences, step-by-step, click Diagram Sentences Steps.
    A worksheet for diagramming simple sentences is here: Diagram Sentences Worksheet.
    Write your own sentences and see how many you can diagram by yourself. Remember to make it fun!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Ecosystems and Biomes


  • Find Your Region's Biome

    Learn about different biomes of the world, as well as marine ecosystems and freshwater ecosystems. Click here to learn about rainforests, tundra, taiga, deserts, grasslands, wetlands, rivers, streams, oceans, shorelines, and more. Create a colorful poster, depicting biomes and ecosystems of the world!

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • Magnets and Magnetism


  • Learn about Magnetism

    Try the magnetic experiments, below! What is magnetism? How was it discovered? Where did magnetism get its name? How does magnetism work? What is a magnetic field? Experiment with magnetism and learn more, here:

    Experiment with magnetism: Click Here.
    Read magnetism explanations and history: Click Here.
    See how magnets work: Click Here.

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





  • A Book-a-Day


  • Read and Discuss a Book a Day

    Focus on reading one book per day. Then discuss what you like about the books. Which was your favorite book, and who was your favorite author? What have you learned from reading the books? Did the books inspire you to write similar stories or books? For several book suggestions, click the links below:

    Books to Read suggestions: Click Here.
    More books to read: Click Here (Select by grade level).
    Book-a-Day Logs for printing: Click Here.

    Homeschool Forms: Remember to jot down your daily lessons on our blank Weekly Planner Logs, available for printing on our Homeschool Forms page: Click here.

    Weekly Lessons: For a year's worth of Weekly Lessons, select links from the menu on the left for Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, Grades 6-9, or Grades 9-12.





    NOTE: If You Prefer to Not Use the Above Links or Ideas, you can encourage your children to explore the topics listed below, using the "5 W's and H". See how much your children can learn from each topic, and see how far their research can take them!

    - Who was Mark Twain?
    - What is a "myth"? What is a "legend"?
    - When were the Middle Ages?
    - Where are the Andes Mountains?
    - Why did George Washington cross the Delaware River?
    - How do water droplets bend and reflect light?
    - Who was Thomas Paine?
    - What creates static electricity?
    - When was Mars discovered?
    - Where was Pangaea?
    - Why did the American Revolutionary War take place?
    - How might you create Cubist artwork, and who is famous for his Cubism style?
    - Keep asking questions and have fun learning each day!





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