Homeschool Den Science Curriculum Units
Plus, below you’ll find a new (free) Printable Science Resource List that includes a current list of our science curriculum packets and a list of the free science resources we have on the blog.
Because our website is a blog, everything is shared as they happen chronologically. So, finding the activities and units we’ve done can be a challenge. I have tried to create some resource pages to help you out since we have more than 2,500 posts!! Yikes that’s a lot! I spent quite a bit of time over the past couple of days updating the Science Resource Page again.
You can visit that page to get an overview and see pictures of our units and find some of the hidden (free!) treasures buried in our blog!
From the Science Resource Page you can visit the specific posts which goes into detail about our hands-on activities and shares close up pictures of most of the notebook pages in our packets. 😊 If you ever have any questions or requests, be sure to drop me a note!
Also, someone asked if I had a printable list of the science resources we have available. Here is a free pdf with a list of some of the packets we have available… plus there is a page with some of the free science resources we have tucked away on the blog.
To find links to these science units, packets & notebook pages, visit our Science Resource Page or just use the SEARCH button in the left sidebar if you want to locate those. And, of course, you can also visit Our Store to make purchases.
If you are looking for a general science checklist of units you might want to cover with your kids from K through Grade 8, be sure to visit this post to download this free science unit checklist I put together. 🙂
How do we know what science units to cover from year to year? I created a Homeschool Science Unit Checklist for Elementary and Middle School that I think about as we move from unit to unit. I have a general goal of what I’d like for the kids to have covered K to 8, but we’re also flexible and go off on tangents when it’s warranted! It many of the units we hope to cover in elementary and middle school.
Before I go… here are links to just a few of the free resources I mentioned in the new science resource pdf I shared above:
Science Resources that are Currently Free:
o Chemistry Experiments for Kids (experiments ED did when she was in 2nd grade)
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P.S. Here are some other free resources you might find helpful!
Homeschool Planning for Next Year (Free Planning Pages)
These are some free Homeschool Planning Pages that I use as I try to figure out our long-range homeschooling goals. This post shares share the process I go through… and also will share the planning pages that I’ve been using the past few years. I like having colorful planning pages to work on. This isn’t really a weekly/monthly planner, but rather a homeschool vision planner. This 30+-page pdf is currently FREE to download! Let me know if it’s helpful! ~Liesl
And, if you are looking for some printables to create your own Homeschool Planner, you might want to check out our free Homeschool Planner. This unique homeschool planning packet is currently FREE to download! It is nearly 100 pages! Not only does this packet include daily and weekly planning pages, checklists and record keeping pages, but it also includes various homeschool journaling pages… think gratitude journal meets homeschool goal setting! Again, you’ll find it at this post: Free Homeschool Planner and Discovery Journal. I tend to change up my homeschool planning pages regularly as our needs change, so this packet of materials has steadily grown in size! There might be something you can use there! 🙂
If you are new to our blog, you might want to check out these free resource guides, which I put together to help answer questions like… Where do I start? How do I know what to teach? What units did you kids do when they were in __ Grade?
Creating Your Own Homeschool Curriculum: These are some resources I made that might be helpful as you create your own homeschool plans. These are somewhere between 30 and 50 pages and are FREE to download: