Thanksgiving Math & Literacy, Art, Science & More….

Do you ever wish someone would just plan out your entire homeschool year for you....then maybe bundle it all up and email it to your inbox on Monday morning? Yeah....me too. Well, I don't have an entire YEAR of curriculum to send you, but I do have something that will make your homeschool planning super easy...

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Scientific Method Charts for K-2

Smart Start Science is a new and engaging series of Low-Prep, Hands-On experiments, and activities designed for K-2 students. This specific pack, “Scientific Method Anchor Charts” includes six posters displaying the parts of the scientific method. Both color and black and white are provided.   Scientific Method Posters -Ask a Question "What...

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Kindergarten Science Curriculum

  If there is one thing I've learned in my 9 years of homeschooling it's that Science doesn't have to be daunting....it really doesn't!  That is why I'm thrilled to announce the release of a brand new series called, "Smart Start Science." Smart Start Science Experiments for St. Patrick's Day Smart Start Science is a...

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Parts of a Pumpkin Montessori Cards

I know so many of you are teaching your Autumn themes right now so these pumpkin printables should fit in nicely with your units. I made two different versions of these printables, one is black and white, and the other features each respective part colored in. There are many ways to use these Cut...

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Apple Nomenclature Printables

I know so many of you are teaching your Autumn themes right now so these apple printables should fit in nicely with your units. I made two different versions of these printables, one is black and white, and the other features each respective part colored in. There are many ways to use...

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Pine Cone Science Printables

With Fall right around the corner, I've been trying to come up with as many hands on science printables as possible! One thing there always seems to be an abundance of around our property is pine cones.  Pine Cones can be great learning tools in your classroom. Pine Cone Science Printables...

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Parts of a Leaf Printables

  It's Fall. Well, almost. It sure feels like Fall here in Southern Oregon. The rain is back, and the trees are starting to turn colors. It's been an much needed break from the 105 degree weather, and the smoky fire skies. Fall is a great time to involve children with hands on science projects. Today I...

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Phases of the Moon Printables

Learning about the different phases of the moon is tons of fun for children of all ages.  We often view the moon in it's various phases and placements throughout the night sky, and spending a little time researching and discussing why the moon appears the way it does encourages real...

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Free Homeschool Science Printables

With the release of our latest eBook, I thought it might be helpful to post a round up of some of our most popular Homeschool Science Printables and resources! Free Science Printables & Resources: Free Scientific Method Printables Free Periodic Table of Elements Chart Free Anatomy Crafts  Free Science Clipart & Worksheets (Anatomy, Botany, Zoology, Astronomy, &...

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Seed to Plant Coloring & Worksheet

  Spring is a fantastic time to learn about the life cycle of a plant! I highly recommend that you take children out into the garden, plant some seeds and track the results!  There is great satisfaction in cultivating and tending a garden and it will keep their little hands and hearts...

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Owl Pellet Lab Printables

Learning about owls is great fun, especially when it comes to learning about food. They will swallow their food whole, bones, fur and all and then later puke up the undigested goodies in small little "owl pellets." Materials: Owl Pellet Kit Owl Pellet Lab Black Tagboard/Foam Sheet or Cardboard Suggest Resources for a Unit Study: Owl pellet...

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Scientific Method Printables

  Use our printables to teach children the Scientific Method. You can print the chart and laminate it to hang in your classroom or cut out the strips for children to practice putting them in order. Great review for children learning to take the necessary steps when performing an experiment. Suggested Resources: SMART Start...

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