Curriculum Finds- Online Science Resources


We are passionate about science at our house so I thought I’d share some online resources we’ve recently discovered:

Science Fun For Littles

If you have a preschooler, head on over to Stir the Wonder where Samantha has some fun science activities.

KidZone has a super simple science section for preschoolers up to fifth graders. They also feature animal fact pages. This page is about polar bears.

Science News

Science Daily is a really cool science website that can help your kids keep up with the latest happenings in modern day science. Check out this story, with a video, that shows off a Lego model of the Vatican! (The first link is about an invisibility cloak!)

Free Science Textbooks offers free online science textbooks. My son is using their Life Science for Middle School textbook this homeschool year. All you have to do is create a free account and then you can download any of their textbooks. Web-links are included.

Science Videos

Have your child check out one of the fun discovery videos on National Geographic Kids.

Enchanted Homeschooling Mom led me to a new YouTube channel called, Bringing Smart Back. These clever videos are produced by super cute Keilee, who is a homeschooler. My kids love her videos so I bet your kids will too. Below is our favorite video so far:

What are your favorite online science curriculum/resources? I’d love to hear about them.