Back to Homeschool Facebook Party – Science Book Giveaway

This contest will have two winners! One person will receive  Hands-On Ecology and  the other will receive Super Smart Science from Colleen Kessler and Prufrock Press!!


Author, blogger and homeschool mama, Colleen Kessler, and her publisher,  Prufrock Press, are providing these fabulous science resources to help you start your school year off on a great note! Each book is jam-packed with hands-on science projects that are kid-friendly, fun and teach so much.

Just follow the Rafflecopter instructions and you will be entered to win. Contest closes at midnight EST tonight! Thanks for partying with us!

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  1. Sara Baase says:

    love it!

  2. Kristina Best says:

    I truthfully don’t have one.

  3. Observe God’s Creation. We love being outside and studying things around us.

  4. We enjoy doing lots of experiments and demonstrations.

  5. Man, I love everything tonight… Colleen also rocks!

  6. Anna Burkett says:

    Playing with gross stuff because they love it so much…I just hate the clean up!

  7. Haven’t tried these-they look very interesting and fun

  8. Nature study. We can learn about lots of things but just going outside and seeing all the amazing things in our own yard is the best!

  9. Nature Walks. ;)

  10. Lawana Schrieffer says:

    We hatched a chicken that was my favorite.

  11. Using real life outdoors! My kiddo has tons a fun exploring and running outside!

  12. erica sandwall says:

    We love being outside and studying things around us. Live in West Virginia, so it surrounds us.

  13. Renae Perry says:

    star gazing with our telescope! It makes our kids so excited & in awe of God!

  14. Kristy Tomasello says:

    I love doing the experiments. It makes learning so much fun!!

  15. Kathy walker says:

    Love it!

  16. Nature study

  17. My hubby said Chemistry. The boy love to watch stuff bubble and possibly blow.

  18. Susan A. says:

    My son loved watching a caterpillar become a butterfly.

  19. Elizabeth Bovender says:

    We try to grow our own garden every year…but with the heat around here…it doesn’t always work out.

  20. Anything that causes an explosion, visible chemical reaction or fizzing. It has to be fast acting and funny to watch happen. The girls love it when the sink clogs up and I have to do the old vinegar and baking soda trick. It never gets old to them.

  21. Being out in nature -God’s beautiful creation!

  22. experiments!

  23. Angelle Tibbets says:

    Slimy gross things and we grew frogs!

  24. love to hike with them!

  25. They love anything with baking soda, vinegar, pop rocks, and soda!

  26. Nature studies and any kind of experiment

  27. Kathy Walker says:

    Love doing dissections!

  28. Sad to say I don’t have one yet

  29. Being out in nature.

  30. One Blessed Mamma says:

    These look great! We are big on just finding our science inspiration from nature, but these books would help us do some fun indoor activites during our hot summer months!

  31. Just get out and enjoy and observe nature.

  32. Lori Beck says:

    My little guy loves science and nature…love to nurture that every chance I get.

  33. Experiments that they get a real kick out of (the first time we showed them the result of mixing vinegar and baking soda, and Dad accidentally sprayed it all over the kitchen, got quite the merry reaction from them ;-) lol)

  34. Explore nature!!!! My kids can tell you all about Lichen : )

  35. Emily Nicloy says:

    Experiments, anything hands on is always fun!

  36. Releasing our newly emerged butterflies into our garden…………..

  37. Desiree Wales says:

    Nature walks, star gazing, researching topics, etc.

  38. Megan Z. says:

    We love science!

  39. Making carbon dioxide in a jar with baking soda and vinegar and extinguishing a match by putting it in the jar!!!

  40. I would have to say a nature walk… Observation at it’s grandest!

  41. Anything with the human body.

  42. This is awesome!

  43. We are just starting science this year so have so many great ideas floating in my mind…can’t wait!

  44. at 4 & 6 yrs old we like to play w/ materials & lots of water & ice. Oh – I almost forgot – baking soda & vinegar. Always a favorite!

  45. My daughter gets a huge kick out of magnets.

  46. cooking

  47. Roxanne mclintock says:

    What an amazing resource, gladto know about it.

  48. Our favorite science activity is hard to narrow down. They all love working with magnets and creating electrical circuits. Chemistry sets are also always a big hit!

  49. We love to go on biking trips, taking our journal to record our observations on the beauty of the natural world around us.

  50. I’ve only homeschooled a year but I would just say any experiments! My boys live for those days!

  51. Rebecca C says:

    Nature walks

  52. Shannon Morris says:

    Anything that is hands on and interest based

  53. These look great! My kids LOVE science experiments!

  54. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity. This would be great to have!

  55. We love science and do every experiment in the Apologia books

  56. Christine Smith says:

    We like to to go to the Boonshoft Museum here in Dayton Ohio! We also like watching science videos and shows on Netflix like “How it is Made” and “Howe and Howe Tech”.


  57. We are just starting Kindergarten, but I guess for science we have done Nature Journal’s and Cooking :)

  58. Making terrariums! So fun!

  59. nature walks!

  60. Walking around the pond in our backyard and looking for the frogs and turtles!

  61. Tammy Anderson says:

    We love all kinds of science at our house, but our favorite is chemistry!

  62. Cassie Bartholomew says:

    Exploring nature around us

  63. Exploring nature!

  64. We love any hands on science activities.

  65. SandyKay Briggs says:

    We love anything with engineering activities and creating hands on projects. I would love to have more ideas!!

  66. We like any hands on activities. Dissecting cow’s eye was interesting.

  67. Kd Blackburn says:

    I would have to say the funnest thing we did so far is raising turkeys.

  68. Just yesterday we went outside looking for bugs! Found a grasshopper and put it in a plastic container punched with holes for air using a needle. My son has been observing it throughout the day and asking all sorts of questions! Love it!

  69. Anything that brings wonder into their eyes, a desire to learn more and that “aha” moment when it clicks. Each child has a different one and that is why I cannot pick just one. I am always looking for new activities to excite and teach science!

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