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Hands-on learning can be the highlight of your homeschool when you have the right science tools. Our mission is to provide homeschool families like yours with the best science equipment, kits & curriculum to bring theory to life. Here are resources to help you teach with confidence!  

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› Tips for Choosing Science Topics to Study
› Selecting a Science Curriculum (or winging it!)
› Planning Your Year (one week at a time)
› Use a Scope & Sequence to build a curriculum plan

› Tips for Teaching with a Hands-on Approach

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Science is a great opportunity to lean into hands-on experiences to make theory come to life. Our team of experienced scientists and educators have developed kits to go with the most popular homeschool science curriculum. Get everything you need to do the experiments, delivered right to your door.

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Learning never stops with lessons and experiments that inspire kids to follow their curiosity. We created an entire free resource center to inspire your kids to dive deeper into science discovery.



Make a Solar Car

Building a solar-powered car will introduce your students to alternative energy concepts while incorporating problem-solving, design, and modeling. In addition, students will experience using hand tools as they construct their solar vehicle. We may never drive cars covered in solar cells, but building a miniature DIY solar car is a fun way to see how solar energy can be used for power.

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How to Make Slime

Did you know you can make your own slime or “goop” for a fun learning and play activity? Non-Newtonian liquids are fascinating for all ages and provide a great learning opportunity about chemistry.

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Printable eBook Experiments and Lessons

Download these eBooks filled with fun lessons and hands-on experiments your kids will love!