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Science Should Be Free
I am a member of several parents groups, and I see quite often parents asking what science curriculum they should buy for their preschool and elementary school kids, especially when they end up unexpectedly homeschooling for various reasons. I am a firm believer that in a current day and age parents can create their own custom science curriculum following interests of their children and utilizing resources freely available on the net. Parents who send their children to school also don't have to break the bank by buying expensive science kits. This is why in this post I want to share 52 great science activities for kids age 5-10 that don't require any equipment and use only materials that you are very likely to have in your home already. I will also share links to our favorite YouTube science channels and favorite books with science experiments - you might be able to find these books in your local library.
52 Weeks of Free Science
January (Snow and Ice)
Books with Science Experiments for Kids
Favorite YouTube Science Channels for Kids
28 Days of STEM
We are participating in the 28 Days of Hands-On STEM activities for kids! Check out its homepage to see a list of all the great STEM activities you can look forward to this month.
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