Homeschool Science

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Labware

Home Microscopes

All-In-One Kits

Curriculum & Lab Kits

Apologia Science

Dissection

Labware

Home Microscopes

All-In-One Kits

Curriculum & Lab Kits

Apologia Science

Curriculum & Lab Kits

Our customizable science kits include all lab tools and instructions to complete your science experiments. These kits are a perfect complement to your preferred homeschool curriculum. You only buy the tools you need, and HST has already developed the baseline kit to save you time and money. Kits also work for standalone STEM lessons and projects.

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Our homeschool and our homeschool co-op LOVE the supplies, kits, and tools available at HST! Great prices, quick shipping, and helpful staff! Thank you for supplying students, families, and instructors with top-notch science tools!

– Jennifer A

I am a huge bargain shopper and price items from various stores before finalizing a purchase. With HST I don't have to do that anymore because I know I'm getting great quality supplies at the best price. Shopping at HST saves me time and money every time!

– Carol G.

“I’m so glad I waited until the last minute to plan my homeschool year!”

Said no mom ever.

Yet we get why it’s easy to put off. Even though it’s rewarding, homeschooling is hard! Yeah, we said it! We know it’s hard because we’ve done it. But we also know a few tricks to make homeschooling a little easier. Check out our top five secrets for homeschool success.

Don’t reinvent the wheel

If a certain curriculum, schedule, or method worked for you in the past, use it again! On the other hand, if you need guidance selecting a curriculum, understanding different learning styles, or are new to homeschool, don’t go it alone. Lean on the experience and recommendations of homeschool vets.

Make a plan

Outline your school year using a top-down approach. Many states require 180 days of homeschool each year. First pick which months you’ll have school. Then block out holidays, trips, appointments, and other conflicts. From there, fill in school days and hours. A one-page,12-month calendar lets you easily visualize the entire year at once.

Choose wisely

Decide which subjects each child will study and see where there is crossover. Teaching the same subject to different ages at once isn’t always possible, but it can save you time when it is. Likewise, younger students will love crashing older siblings’ lessons in subjects they’re not yet studying (like science and reading).

Experiential Learning Can Be Affordable & Easy

Having the right tools and resources makes any job easier. But that doesn’t mean you to need to drop a lot of cash! Customized science curriculum lab kits give you only what you need and nothing you don’t. Complete one-box science kits allow you to do labs without committing to one curriculum. A labware picture glossary guides you to the items you’ll reuse year after year. And dozens of free printables provide quick science tidbits.

Have fun with it!

Look for ways to make a game out of learning. Younger kids can practice math by helping unload the dishwasher and adding up the different items (forks + knives, etc.). Sneak in science with edible projects or by making fizzy bath bombs. Madlibs offer a hilarious way to reinforce parts of speech.

But no matter when you start planning your homeschool year, we’ll be here to help. Just like we’ve helped hundreds of other homeschool moms.

Homeschool Science Supplies

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25 Years. A Million Stories of Hands-on Science.