Homeschooling 101 | Are You Teaching Science or Scientism?

As #homeschooling parents, we have the advantage of teaching our children how to weigh evidence and seek out both sides of an issue – something not really offered in a public school environment. Now, more than ever, we’re faced with the indoctrination of the populace by a group of technocrats who believe more in agenda than truth.


Are you teaching your kids the difference?

Science: Relaxed Homeschooling

Today is my last video in my Relaxed Homeschooling series…for now. Over the past few weeks I’ve shared how we approach language arts, math, and social studies. Today I’m tackling science.

Always remember that your child’s education need not look a thing like school. In fact, we don’t use any textbooks at all to cover social studies or science, the two main subjects that people feel chained to textbooks for.

I hope you gain some new ideas (if you’re looking for new ideas 😉)!

Using At-Home Water Testing to Show That Science Matters

I live in a house of explorers. Whether my kids are busy digging for worms or searching for fossils, one thing is for sure.

There is no shortage of science in this homeschool.

I’ll admit that I’ve been blessed to have children who are open to making new discoveries, but one thing I really wanted to impress upon them is that while science is fun, it really matters, too. It’s so much more than candy volcanoes and making oobleck.  Continue reading “Using At-Home Water Testing to Show That Science Matters”