Easy Ways to Teach Science at Home

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Science is all around us and can be simply taught. Some may cringe at the mention of it, but introducing science at home can be simple and a lot of fun, if you have the right resources!

Check out these science experiments, science freebies, and science books that will make back-to-school fun for everyone.

Magic School Bus Polymer Group Pack

Seat belts everyone! Get ready to grow amazing polymers! Young Scientists grow super balls, snow, rainbow beads, crystal gels, and polymer flowers while learning about the importance and science of super-absorbent polymers.

This kit provides enough materials for 30 students and is great for the classroom, after-school programs, science enrichment, boys and girls scouts, camps, and a Magic School Bus birthday Party!

Discounted Magic School Bus Polymer Group Pack on Educents

 

FREE – Osmosis: The Colorful Celery Experiment

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Are you teaching your students about osmosis?
Perhaps it is a part of your science curriculum, or maybe you want to just do a little experimenting… The Colorful Celery Experiment is the perfect introduction to Osmosis. Your students will learn how water moves with this fun experiment.

It’s Science Time! Osmosis Freebie on Educents

 

Science Story eBooks – 50% OFF

BRIANIACSFollow Merrin and Pearl to combine science with adventure in Brainiacs.

Also learn about the nervous, digestive, immune, skeletal and circulatory system with a five part series from Human Body Detectives eBooks.

Human Body Detectives eBook Collection – 50% off on Educents

Magic School Bus Inspired Planet Study – 30% OFF

Plan games, worksheets, and coloring pages to expand your young astronomer’s understanding of space!

Planets

 

Discounted Interactive Planet and Lunar Study on Educents

 

More Science Resources

Looking for more inspiration for science experiments? Check out these resources:

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