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Lesson 6: Multiplication Tables

If you haven’t memorized your multiplication table yet, I am going to show you how to you need to memorize only three of the 400 numbers on a 20...

Eyeballoon

In this lab, we are going to make an eyeball model using a balloon. This experiment should give you a better idea of how your eyes work. The way...

Build Your Own ESCAPE Room!

How to Make an Escape Room that Actually Works Using Everyday Stuff Download Escape Room Kit Have you wanted to create a magic moment with your...

Lesson 7: Solar Astronomy

The Sun rotates, but because it’s not a solid body but a big ball of gas, different parts of the Sun rotate at different speeds. The equator rotates...

Lesson 12: Division

If you hate long division like I do, then this lesson will be very useful in showing you how to make the most out of your division tasks without...

Lesson 5: Star Gazing

Telescopes and binoculars are pretty useless unless you know where to point them. I am going to show you some standard constellations and how to...

Robotic Hand

Your body moves when muscles pull on the bones through ligaments and tendons. Ligaments attach the bones to other bones, and the tendons attach the...

Working Lung Model

Food and air both enter your body through your mouth, diverging when they reach the esophagus and trachea. Food goes to the gastrointestinal tract...

Lesson 22: Cryptarithms

Cryptarithms are a puzzle where the digits are replaced by letters or symbols....

Lesson 15: Burglar Alarms

Burglar alarms not only protect your stuff, they put the intruder into a panic...

Lesson 3: Rocketry

Rockets are vehicles that launch people and payloads into space. Newton’s...

Lesson 16: Pi

Pi is a number (slightly greater than 3) that shows up when you divide the...

Lesson 18: Secret Codes & Ciphers

Cryptography is the writing and decoding of secret messages, called ciphers....

Lesson 8: Math from Left to Right

In school, you are trained to solve math problems on paper, at a desk. The...

Lesson 11: Light

Light is energy, and it can be defined by four things: intensity (how bright),...

Lesson 19: Building Bridges

What keeps building from toppling over in the wind? Why are some...

Lesson 17: Electromagnetic Crane

Most of the electricity you use comes from moving magnets around coils of...

Lesson 25: Lasers, Jell-O, and Trigonometry

If you’re scratching your head during math class, wondering what...

Finger Thermometers

Your fingers have receptors which perform various jobs. In addition to touch,...

Disappearing Frog Experiment

Your optic nerve can be thought of as a data cord that is plugged in to each...

Tendon Reflex

Involuntary responses are ones that you can’t control, but they are usually in...

Robotic Hand

Your body moves when muscles pull on the bones through ligaments and tendons....

Consuming Oxygen

This experiment not only explains how your body uses oxygen, but it is also an...

Big Ears

How do you think animals know we’re around long before they see us? Sure, most...

Nutrition for Kids

KIDS: Your goal here is to learn how to take good care of yourself by seeing...

Sound Speed

Sound has the ability to travel through the states of matter: solids, liquids,...

Swallowing

Peristalsis is the wavelike movement of muscles that move food through your...

Camera Eyes

Your eyes have two different light receptors located on the back of the...

FREE Homeschool Science Class: Astronomy of Stars, Planets and Comets!

Learn all about planets, comets, and telescopes!

Relax while your kids have fun learning and I do all the teaching for you!

Take an intergalactic tour of the universe without leaving your seat! Discover which planets are up in the night sky and how to find them, including how to see the moons of Saturn and Jupiter with only a simple pair of binoculars! We’ll explore exotic moons, icy comets, rocky asteroids and dwarf planets on our tour of the solar system, and sneak a peek at interstellar objects recently detected that passed right through our solar system!

We’ll also learn about how it might be raining gemstones on the ice giants, how Jupiter regularly shocks its moons, how diamonds are actually quite common outside our solar system, and discover the one planet that actually has a tail!

Enter your email address to the right now to register, and I’ll send you all the details. The class will be given at the day and time shown to the right. Simply enter your info on the right of this page and register now, it’s absolutely FREE and I’m going to teach your kids real science while having a blast!

Inspiring Kids to Write Well

Inspiring Kids to Write Well

It’s usually not enough to just tell someone to “do” something – they need a real reason that makes sense, so they understand what it’s for and feel fully engaged in...

Writing Assignment: 55 Fiction

Writing Assignment: 55 Fiction

It’s hard to make kids do their writing assignments if they don’t understand what it’s for and why they need to do it.  And to be honest, a lot of writing assignments that are out...