Science Curriculum Homeschool Families Love

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Science Curriculum Homeschool Families Love

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If you follow my blog it’s no secret that we love the homeschool science curriculum we’ve been using this year! Christian Kids Explore Biology has been fun and educational with lots of hands on activities for homeschooling families to work on together.
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In case you missed it, here is a sneak peak at our year using Christian Kids Explore Biology from Bright Ideas Press. It has been our favorite homeschool science curriculum to date.

We Love Christian Kid Explore Science Curriculum

Christian Kids Explore Biology by Bright Ideas Press - a fun, hands on, science curriculum for the whole family We loved the hands on projects like edible animal cells, taxonomy webs,  salt water/ fresh water map, and more that were part of our Christian Kids Explore Biology.

The information was presented in such an interesting and clear way it was a perfect choice to use with the whole family with worksheets for older kids and coloring sheets for younger learners.

This wonderful biology curriculum was also the springboard for many free science printables this year including: Habitat Adventure Game, Biology Vocabulary Flashcards, Animal Reports, and Zoo Scavenger Hunts.

I completely and whole-heartedly recommend Christian Kids Explore Science Curriculum for your family.


25 comments:

  1. I loved anything with dolls.

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  2. A magnifying glass, my kids use it all the time!

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  3. Our Rock collection and our magnifying glasses are our favorite science 'toys/tools' :)

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  4. We love the magnifying glass, and the plant science kit.

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  5. We love Snap Circuits! They are really fun, and they don't realize they are learning. ;)

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  6. Where would we be without my children's inquisitive minds. It's what leads us to wonder and explore in the first place!

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  7. We have a science kit with plastic beakers, test tubes, tweezers, magnifying glass, etc. My kids LOVE "playing" with this. They mix colors, catch and observe bugs, and have all kinds of other science adventures!

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  8. We have a beginner's microscope that my daughter loooves and uses constantly to analyze random objects and bugs. :)

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  9. I found a microscope at good will that we love! I haven't done any actual lessons with it, but we love playing with it!

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  10. I bought this curriculum after reading your review awhile back! We love it. I'd love to win this to buy the next one up!

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  11. We have some "observe and collect" items that we take with us on our nature walk that are our favorite science items!

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  12. I favorite science item is nature walk backpack!

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  13. My daughters favorite Science "toy" is her telescope!! She will spend HOURS moon & star gazing :)

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  14. For my son, our favorite science "toy" is science experiment books! :)

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  15. We don't really have any"thing". But I guess our walks outside, exploring trees, flowers, rocks and the night sky and just talking them over seems pretty great for my littles. :)

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  16. We love collecting 'treasures' outside, most recently an abandoned snail shell

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  17. May I ask if the pictures you posted here on the hands on projects are the suggested hands on projects and NOT what you creatively come up with yourself?

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    1. Totally fair question Kelly! From the pictured activities it is about 1/2. I made the animal reports and habitat game to go along with the curriculum. The animal cells, coloring sheets (tons!), creation lesson with cards, taxonomy mapping, mapping, and so many more that I didn't picture came from the book. It is truly one of the most affordable, easy to use, creative, and flexible for kids PreSchool-6th grade curriculum I've found!
      Hope that helps,
      Beth =)

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    2. Totally helps! :D I am ready to give it a go. Cheers!

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