Kitchen Science

Dancing raisins, exploding volcanoes, shelless eggs, glowing pickles, balloon rockets, mystery ink… Do I have your attention yet? First grade homeschool science rocks. You and your kids can do fun science experiments right in your very own kitchen. You do not need expensive

Colors

The world would be a very dull place without colors. Most people have favorite things they like, and colors are no exception. Learning the order of the colors of the rainbow is easy if you use a fun mnemonic. Teach your

Motor Skills

Motor skills are motions carried out when the brain, nervous system, and muscles work together. There are two different types of motor skills–fine and gross. Fine motor skills are small movements such as grabbing something with your thumb and forefinger, writing,

Gardening

Children are naturally curious. They are creative, and they do not mind getting dirty. These three ingredients make a great recipe for a good beginning gardener. When a child works in a garden full of plants they helped plant, he has ownership. That ownership gives