You know when your child wants to do a science experiment and then go to gather your supplies and you realize you’re out of the one ingredient that is central to your experiment.
You toss the book over the couch and cringe as your child looks at you with disappointing eyes and you feel like a homeschool mom failure because you should have had this.
That’s right, if you had all of the science tools and supplies ahead of time, imagine how easy it would be to finish a new science project each week.
Recommended Science Experiment Books
What will you do with all of these science supplies? Have a ton of fun working on your own science experiments.
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A must for every homeschool room is a microscope. Easily look deeper into things with this microscope designed for kids.
Safety first is always important! If you’re doing experiments that could potentially be dangerous, try these safety goggles first.
There are over 150 pieces in this epic rock and mineral kit. There’s an educational identification sheet, and this kit teaches kids how to sort and spot rocks, gems, and minerals.
A must for classrooms or school rooms, this set includes 10 science/STEM bulletin board sheets that can be hung around the room.
Solve complex equations with a scientific calculator, instead of a normal calculator. This is an absolute must in upper level math and science!
Learn all about our incredible solar system with this space encyclopedia. It’s a great reference to have on hand about our solar system.
Maybe it does take a rocket scientist! This STEM kit includes 18 activities, and is a great beginner kit for ages 8+.
This book includes 101 science experiments, written in a step-by-step form. It’s great and practical for home or classroom learning!
This deck of cards is a bit different from usual – it has the periodic table of the elements on them! The elements are all visual, and make learning the periodic table fun.
This book full of everything science is a great reference to have in your homeschool. It has over 400 pages jam-packed with scientific information, but illustrated and kid-friendly!