Well hello, summer! We’re going to be going full force this summer with science and why not start June off with some fun summer science ideas that will keep your kids learning over the summer so they’re not up to no good.
We do homeschool through the summer but put away our regular curriculum for more fun and messy projects since we can finally do things outdoors here in Canada.
For 10 days, you will be getting new printable science worksheets and various topics. They are things that I think would fit well this time of the year in case you are studying oceans or the weather which is perfect timing for those topics.
Starting June 11th until the 22nd, stay tuned and check back each day for a new science worksheet that you can use to teach your kids at home.
Our first one will be about sea turtles, then you’ll have to check back each day to see what I have in store for you guys. I can’t wait.
Learn more about these amazing sea creatures, they travel thousands of miles to visit their nesting grounds to lay their eggs. Baby sea turtles have huge barriers to make it to adulthood. Learn about the parts of a sea turtle and their life cycle stages.
>> Enter to win three Carole P. Roman Books – Oh Susannah an early chapter book reading set
Take your child through the different life cycle stages of a chicken, then make a trip to a farm or petting zoo to see one up close.
>>Enter to win a set of 17 timeless classics for kids from Dover Publications based on the Great American Reads documentary.
See how ladybugs transform and turn from alligator looking larvae to their bright red colored adult bodies.
>>Enter to win a set of 40 Trailblazer Books about young Christian heroes
From seeds to flowering plant, see how a bean plant grows and follow the life cycle of a plant.
>> Enter to win a set of printable science bundles from The Natural Homeschool
See how water transforms all around us in this colorful water cycle worksheet.
>> Enter to win the full Math Mammoth curriculum for grades 1 to 7
Learn about the different types of sharks that live in our oceans.
There are tons of whales in our oceans in all shapes and sizes.
Next >> Space Worksheets
While you’re waiting here are some science worksheets that you may like to use right now.
Be sure to enter the wonderful giveaway for this series. Here’s your chance to win a $100 Gift Certificate to Rainbow Resource Center.
The giveaway is open from Monday, June 11th at 9am EST and will close on Friday, June 22nd at 11:59pm EST.
That’s not even the best part – during this series 20+ other bloggers will have their own 10-day series going with the theme – Tips for Homeschool Moms
Visit the other amazing bloggers in this series to see what tips they have to offer you, I know I’m going to be spending tons of time reading in the next two weeks.