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Get you lab coat on and join me in building three different kinds of rockets using everything stuff you already have around the house!   (You'll probably wind up with more of ...

How do you know if your kids have LEARNED ANYTHING from doing a science experiment?   Great news! You don't even have to know a thing about what they're doing - all you need i...

What are the most commonly used instruments and tools by engineers and scientists?   If you’re going to be doing homeschool science labs with your kids, it makes sense to figu...

On March 14 at 1:59pm, folks from all over the world celebrate “Pi Day” with games, activities, and pie-eating contests. I've put together a downloadable packet that you can use t...

Don't get stuck in a rut with boring math drill sheets and endless rounds of review. Make math lessons interesting by engaging your kids in practical real-world applications, and f...

Pi is a number close to 3 that has kids and math teachers alike scratching their heads when they see it appear in unusual places! Here's my favorite set of hands-on Pi Day activiti...

If your kid are struggling with staying focused, engaged or being excited about their lessons, watch this video and take a second look at the learning atmosphere.   If you're ...

This is for folks that have a telescope and want to know the best accessories that will help with their observing sessions! If your kids are loving astronomy, then pull out your s...

When buying a telescope one of the least important factors to consider is the power (magnification).   The key to observing fine detail is not power, but aperture and on a tel...

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