Back To School Science Basket Giveaway

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This week, a group of 35 homeschool bloggers is going to knock your socks off with 35 different back-to-homeschool giveaway baskets! For my part, I am giving away a bunch of great science resources to help kick start your new homeschool year.

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If you win this back to school science basket giveaway, you’ll get:

You can enter to win by using the Rafflecopter form below. Contest ends midnight CST Friday, June 19th.

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After you enter here to win, check out the 34 other back to school giveaways going on this week!

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(1) Back to School Toolkit from Milk and Cookies

(2) Back to School Toolkit from These Temporary Tents

(3) Back to School Toolkit from Spell Outloud

(4) Back to School Toolkit from Great Peace Academy

(5) Back to School Toolkit from Gricefully Homeschooling

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(6) Back to School Toolkit from Raising Lifelong Learners

(7) Back to School Toolkit from WriteShop

(8) Back to School Toolkit from Preschoolers and Peace

(9) Back to School Toolkit from Starts at Eight

(10) Back to School Toolkit from Joyful Mothering

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(11) Back to School Toolkit from Harrington Harmonies

(12) Back to School Toolkit from Ponder the Path

(13) Back to School Toolkit from Forever, For Always, No Matter What

(14) Back to School Toolkit from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus

(15) Back to School Toolkit from Habits for a Happy Home

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(16) Back to School Toolkit from Curriculum Choice

(17) Back to School Toolkit from See Jamie Blog

(18) Back to School Toolkit from Beautiful Motherhood

(19) Back to School Toolkit from Sam’s Noggin

(20) Back to School Toolkit from This Reading Mama

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(21) Back to School Toolkit from Teaching Mama

(22) Back to School Toolkit from Adorable Chaos

(23) Back to School Toolkit from The Pelsers

(24) Back to School Toolkit from Hodge Podge

(25) Back to School Toolkit from Sallie Borrink

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(26) Back to School Toolkit from The Kennedy Adventures

(27) Back to School Toolkit from Flourish

(28) Back to School Toolkit from Our Journey Westward

(29) Back to School Toolkit from Meet Penny

(30) Back to School Toolkit from On Faith and Coffee

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(31) Back to School Toolkit from Our Abundant Blessings

(32) Back to School Toolkit from Holistic Homeschooler

(33) Back to School Toolkit from The Encouraging Home

(34) Back to School Toolkit from Motherhood on a Dime

(35) Back to School Toolkit from The Homeschool Scientist

Comments

  1. 2

    Wendy T says

    This will be our 1st year homeschooling, one 6th grader, and we will be studying Zoology with Apologia.

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    Angelique Chelton says

    I hope to bring more nature materials into my home- have my eye on some leaf identification kits… have also been considering geology… :-)

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    Rachel Hewgill says

    We’re doing first grade this year, so this is the first year that Science is officially on our curriculum. I’m using Answer’s in Genesis.

  4. 12

    Dorothy says

    We will be using elemental science, biology for the logic stage and animal study for the young ones.

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    Jennifer says

    This is our first year homeschooling so we are still trying to figure out what we are going to do. So far I have pieced together using the Science Fusion Text/workbook and Science A Closer Look as spines. I have toyed around with using Real Science 4 Kids for unit studies. Along with using fun real books to read and explore topics along with lots of fun hands-on activities and experiments! :)

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    says

    I am wanting to study the new Chemistry and Physics book from Jeannie Fulbright for my younger two kids. My oldest daughter will be using the Marine Biology from Apologia! :)

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    Laurie Reed says

    This year we will be using Discovery Education for the first time and are very excited about incorporating it into our curriculum.

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    says

    Now this would be a GREAT win! Science is one of our tough subjects. None of us are too “science-y” and I can never find just the right curriculum.

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    Heidi Figueroa says

    Wow! These books look awesome and would love to try Sassafrass. We’re going to try Nancy Larson this year because I need more experimental learning but it needs to be scheduled out for mom to open and go.

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      Marci says

      Nancy Larson is awesome! I never thought I would like a scheduled/scripted curriculum, but NLS is so well thought out and going “by the book” teaches the students so much more than science. Have fun this year!

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    Illise says

    This is our first year homeschooling. I plan on using Science 2-3 times a week (1 kindergartener). My son is very hand-on and loves science experiments. This is a great giveaway!

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    Sandra says

    We’re studying zoology with Apologia. I never liked science myself until I started homeschooling. Now it’s my favorite subject. Weird, huh?! (Not really)

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    Julie Quinn says

    This will be our first year to HS (1st and 3rd), so everything is new. Still deciding on a Science path to take.

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    Megan says

    Still deciding that one, but my kids are so full of great questions that we just go and investigate what we are thinking about.

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    Bobbie says

    We used Sassafras Science: Zoology last year and I’d love to Sassafras Science: Anatomy this year!

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    Lisa says

    Our new science resource this year is Exploring God’s Creation by the God’s World Series–I’d love to win this basket!

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    Rachel says

    We are going to be trying to incorporate a whole lot more living science books…esp. Thornton Burgess and the like!

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    Sarah M. says

    I’m planning on doing a nature study in the spring with my boys who will be 7 and 5. For now, my now 6yo is a mad scientist himself and gobbles up everything science-related.

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    Loni M says

    We love science! We are planning on doing activities from Backyard Science & lots of hands on learning at the many state parks in our area.

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    Terra W says

    I honestly hadn’t planned on anything new this year. This bundle looks like a great incentive to change that!

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    Cheryl says

    I have two science-crazy boys at home! This year we are hoping to try out the Sassafrass Science Adventures. We have been using and loving Real Science Odyssey…

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    Jackie says

    We are going to keep science notebooks. One child is studying all the plants we have in our yard and how to care for them. One loves physics and chemistry and she is only 9. She will keep me busy and her dad too coming up with ways to challenge her.

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    Sara R. says

    We will be using Handbook of Nature Study this year. A recent move has put us in an ideal location for getting outside for science!

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    Jen says

    I am new to homeschooling, starting with my rising 3rd grader this fall. I’m not sure what science curriculum we will be using, so I’m spending my summer reading about what’s out there.

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    leah wall says

    So far – I’m not settled, but I know that whatever our science curriculum is, it will be new because we’re not doing what we did before :)

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    Anna says

    We are just getting started with our homeschool adventure and exploring different options for curriculum. These would come in handy!

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    Jessica Woodard says

    We will be adding more outside/hands on activities to our Science this year…we can’t wait!! What a great basket, sure hope to win!

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    Joanne says

    We’re just getting started for first grade. We’ll be using Real Science Odyssey–Life Level One this year. Plus many, many books about plants, animals, and the human body. Oh, and hoping to do nature studies as well!

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    says

    I have yet to find a science curriculum I love. We tried Apologia’s elementary series but my children weren’t old enough to grasp many of the things. We may try again, but until then we are working the Well-Trained Mind’s suggestions and really studying the world around us!

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    Teri Knight says

    This year we are going to start a science lab. The kids had such a fun time with all their experiments last year that we plan on making it a weekly activity this year. Need to stock up on lots of science materials :-)

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    YahuahsHomeMaker says

    I love Apologia! But I am looking for some living books and things that will enourage the little scientist in all the kids.

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    Shana R. says

    We are new to homeschooling so still trying to find a science curriculum. I am leaning towards Apologia Astronomy.

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    Amanda Roach says

    This is my first year to home school and I don’t have anything picked out yet for science so this would be so helpful.

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    Kristi says

    We are doing science formally for the first time this year using Elemental Science’s kindergarten program.

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    Mellissa says

    We are going to be incorporating some lapbooks and more hands-on science this year. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    Yahiliz says

    This year I am including much more nature studies and Real Science-4-Kids. This is a great basket – thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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    emily says

    The insect, frog, and nature tools for sure! And whatever else ends up fitting as we move along…thanks for the give-away! Even if we don’t win anything it sure is nice to check out all of these different blogs to see the different tools used for new homeschoolers like me who aren’t sure where to start!

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    Dawn says

    Love the science activities in this basket. I know that my son would love experimenting and learning.

  38. 91

    Shanie says

    We will be doing a lot more hands on experiments and with science we will be doing more child led. Whatever he is curious about we will study and experiment with.

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    Andrea B says

    I’ll be doing a few experiments using some Usborne books and other books I’ve found at thrift stores.

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    Rachel says

    We will be studying general science for 8th grade and astronomy for 3rd grade. So excited!!!! Apologia is wonderful!!

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    Melanie Nicklin says

    With new baby and survival mode in full swing, we are using a scripted but very in depth curriculum by Connect the Thoughts for both science and history this year.

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    Anne says

    I WANT to incorporate more experiments this year. Finding them is easy-gathering the materials, depends….

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    says

    I don’t have any new science items right now, but we’ll be continuing with Noeo Chemistry from last year. My kids are also currently raising tadpoles that they moved from a pond to a tank in our house.

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    Renee C says

    I just discovered the Science of Disney DVDs. We love Disney World so I will definitely be incorporating these this year!

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    jennifer cervantes says

    this is our first year homeschooling so we havent found a science curriculum yet,leaning toward astronomy

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    Michele G. says

    We will be incorporating more hands-on stuff this year for science (science experiments, how & why things work the way they do, cause & effect, etc.)

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    Courtney says

    We got two new kits this year that we will be using with our kiddos: one is magnets and the other is circuits. Don’t know who is more excited, this kids or the hubby! :)

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    Celia says

    I’m looking for living books for my 3rd and 8th grader. I would love to read the Sassafras twins. I want to find a way for my older daughter to do some dissections-virtual or actual.

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    Charissa Rice says

    We are using the Christian Kids Explore series from Bright Ideas Press with our three kids this year. One is doing biology, another is doing chemistry, and the youngest one is doing earth and space…I see a lot of hands on activities happening this year! :)

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    Karolyn says

    We will be using the microscope and telescope this year. We plan on using a lot of experiments too. I have some of the Myth Buster experiment packs. Plus, we will be experimenting with polymers. It will be a hand on fun year.

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    Jess McCarthy says

    We are actually trying a lot of new stuff this year- Apologia, microscope, new books, dissections, handheld scope for exploring!!!!

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    Karen says

    I would love to win a basket for my friend with four children who has huge financial challenges and health issues but never gives up.
    I personally use Apologia Science.

  53. 152

    Sarah W. says

    We just started homeschooling so we will be researching, using the library and books that we already have. Thank you!

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    Sasha says

    This year we are doing a whole new curriculum. We will be using My Fathers World and the science that goes with that. We will also be doing a lot of living books to go along with it, and maybe some notebooking as well.

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    Maleena says

    Wow! These giveaways look fantastic!! Crossing my fingers hard! We’re using Sonlight htis year, but these would all be great to add to it.

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    says

    Our science in integrated, so we’ll be using what Weaver Volume 1 has along with read and find out science books, numerous other non fiction science books, fun literature tie-ins, pinterest-found experiments, and The World God Made

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    DCB says

    Thanks for participating in this giveaway! This year I’m going to take the plunge and make one of those worm composting kits. We’ll be going back to real Science 4 Kids after taking a year off, too, but that doesn’t count as new, does it? My 5th grader will study Physics and the Kindergartener will study–uh–I haven’t figured that part out yet. :) Maybe the pre-level 1 chemistry. Maybe just fun experiments.

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    Heather Bessman says

    I’m toying with the idea of getting a good microscope, even though my kids are still pretty young :-)

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    Nikki Jackson says

    We will be trying Answers In Genesis’ Design for Life curriculum or Sassafrass Science.

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    Tara S. says

    I am actually not sure yet. We will be starting Classical Conversations so I plan to use that as a starting point for science study.

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    Bethany G says

    I am the science leader for our homeschool co-op, & this year we’re going to be doing a study of our state, Iowa! There are SO many free resources I will be using to teach this, but my favorite so far has been our DNR website. :)

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    Bethany says

    We will be using “Elemental Science- Exploring Science” for my Kindergartner! We are excited as it is a easy intro to Science with LOTS of experiments!! :)

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    Jamie Green says

    I love all the ideas your site has to offer. My kiddo wants to be a scientist, but I admit it is not my best area, so I’m looking for all the help I can get to foster his love of science. Thanks again!

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    Tammi says

    We will be trying out Elemental Science Biology-Logic Stage. The frog dissection should be interesting!

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    Christina Lyon says

    More nature study using The Nature Study Handbook. Also, we’ll start reading Storybook of Science and Madam How and Lady Why. We’re a Charlotte Mason family.

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    Sonja A. says

    We’re starting Classical Conversations this year so their Science is what we’ll be using. I’ve never used it before, so I’m excited to see how it goes. :)

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    Melissa Pallex says

    This is our second year homeschooling, and we’ll be using Answers in Genesis God’s Design for Science – Heaven and Earth. We’ll be supplementing (for fun!) with great science experiments from local youth programs and the library.

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    Sally A. says

    First semester biology we’re investing in a microscope and for second semester astronomy we are getting a telescope. The kids are old enough to appreciate and care for them. So excited!

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    says

    We will continue doing what we did last year, lots of hands on learning outside and kitchen experiments (my kids are 4, 2, and 1). I think we will add a microscope to our homeschool this year though!

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    Melissa says

    It’s not a new resource, in fact it’s millions of years old… we will be doing nature studies in all 4 seasons of the world around us.

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    Ashley B says

    I purchased a new to us kindergarten kitchen science book for $1 on a local yard sale Facebook site.

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    Charlene says

    We will be adding Our Animal Friends from Queen as well as a number of DK and other books on space flight (One wants to study animals and the other space!)

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    says

    This is our first year homeschooling so I’m not completely sure yet but my plan is to use a Montessori approach to zoology and lots of fun hands-on science experiments.

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    amy says

    I’m hoping to do a number of experiments from a Benjamin Franklin experiment book I’ve been carrying around…

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    Deanna says

    This will be our first year homeschooling, with a kindergartner, and we will be using an eclectic variety of science curriculum and books. Thank you for the opportunity to win this amazing giveaway!

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    Sarah says

    I’ve been looking for a good science curriculum for my 6 year old, and her little brother and sister too, but haven’t found anything that I am set on yet. This would be a great basket!

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    Belinda Hardesty says

    We’re going to put the in-law kitchen in our new place to use by doing more messy science experiments!

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    Kim says

    First year homeschooling…Astronomy & nature studies this year through Trail Guides to Learning. Hoping to supplement with add’l texts and possibly draw in the preschool-aged son as much as possible.

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    Monica Street says

    Since my children are preschoolers we are going to incorporate a lot of household items to conduct “experiments”…lots of fun stuff to get them excited about science! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Kristi Wold says

    This year we are adding the Max Axiom, Super Scientist books. Fun and informative, my son loves them!

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    Diane says

    This would be our first official year of homeschool now that my son is 6 but we’ve been doing science experiments for years. We don’t have any formal curriculum planned for his first year.

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    Julie says

    I don’t know yet. We haven’t had a chance to take a break yet this summer so I haven’t had a chance to think about school yet. I think I may try a new method with my son since we haven’t been having much luck with our usual. He’s so different from my girls.

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    Katherine says

    Still looking at a few things but I love Apologia and possibly a nature study.
    Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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    says

    We added this year 365 days of nature. I love it b/c the kids get up in the morning excited to know what we are going to dig into next. It shows them that they should not take the world around them for granted and that every corner of the yard or house can become a science investigation!!

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    Angela S says

    Well, it’s not entirely new, because I did it this year too. But I plan to gather science experiment supplies and store them in a specific cabinet in my kitchen so that it is all there when it is time to do experiments.

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    Jessica A. says

    I’m not sure yet…..I’m looking into doing a lot of hands on experiments with my little one and reading a lot of Science books with him!

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    says

    We’re only beginning to Tot school my soon-to-be 3 yr old, so I’m planning to do water-related sensory activities and grow a small garden!

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    kim canlas says

    We’re using magic school bus and a cut and paste workbook, lots of library books, and time4learning.com…and anything else I can get

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    Sarah Evener says

    I am not sure yet what we will be using. I am new to homeschooling and I have 6 boys ages 4-16. We are very hands on and love to experiment.

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    Denise DePietro says

    My husband! :) (He has a degree in physics.) This looks like a fun Basket! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    Emily R says

    We are using unit studies and taking a more delight directed approach to science this year. Really looking forward to it!

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    joann calderone says

    Our 4 yr. old loves science so we will be exploring her interests. Would love to get her a microscope.

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    Carol Graft says

    What a great giveaway!!
    Love Science at our house.
    But alas i’m still trying to plan out our year. Thinking i will add some lapbooks this year. And finally collect all that I need for apologia experiments. One daughter wants to do zoology. We’ve hatched painted ladies this summer, may order another batch.

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    Heather Kraft says

    I don’t know if this really qualifies as “new”, but I am re-learning to utilize the library. I have an almost 8 year old who LOVES anything nonfiction. We hit the library at least once a week and she finds all the books she can about…whatever…this week it happened to be snakes. Then she reads and reads and reads and we return them. NO CLUTTER and NO COST (assuming they all make it back to the library on time!)

    Thanks for hosting a giveaway. I am starting to get excited about the upcoming school year. Now, for that excitement to trickle down to the children!

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    Lisa says

    I am hoping to incorporate more field trips to the zoo and such and more experiments at home! Thanks for the chance to win this great basket! God bless!!

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    CTroyer says

    I’ve asked each child (four of them) to pick one are they would like to learn about. I’m going to turn each one into a unit study for the whole family.

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    Jessica Gregory says

    I haven’t made up my mind yet, but we are thinking about using Academy of Science for Kids. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Keisha Forbes says

    We are doing more nature studies using living books. Lots of hands on and observations and hopefully some new animal friends.

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    Alana says

    We would definitely like to incorporate more hands on activities this year and would like to try Apologia for the first time.

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    Stephanie Dobbins says

    We will be studying Apologia Botany this year, so we will be going on hikes and nature walks!!

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    Kim says

    I will have a 5th grader and a K this year we will be using lots of different books and models to study human anatomy and physiology

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    Stuart says

    We will be using Elemental Science for the first time this year. Even bought a microscope. So excited!

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    says

    I haven’t decided what science program or mix of we will use yet, my oldest is just going into Kindergarten so something fun and simple would be best.

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    ricci says

    we bought the kids a microscope and a telescope and several small science project kits.. My kids are really intohands on activities.

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    Kim says

    I have some kits left over from last year (Young Scientists Club) that we will begin the year with. After that, I’m thinking Apologia, but haven’t decided on anything as of yet.

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    says

    We will be using Elemental Science Classic Biology along with the lab/supply kit. In addition to that, we will incorporate the Elemental Science lapbooking bundle along with the periodic table and astronomy. We’ll also be doing nature studies, Snap Circuits, and many other fun activities.

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    Betty says

    My oldest will be studying anatomy & physiology for the first 2 terms but we’ve decided to do something new & explore the lives & accomplishments of various great scientists through time for her last term. Biographies, videos, & experiments galore!
    My youngest & I are tackling weather, nature, & animals this year. 1st grade so we’re keeping it lively & interesting.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Tiffany T says

    This is our first official year homeschooling. I’m so excited to start this adventure. Lots of unit studies and lap books for us.

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    Tisha says

    Trying Elemental Science for the first time this Fall – Earth Science and Astronomy for the Grammar Stage. Looking forward to it!

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    Mama S says

    I am new to homeschooling to grades 2 and K…and I’m not sure what I’ll be using for science (or anything else yet…) There are so many choices!!!

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    danielle says

    Right now I am incorporating more child-led topics into our science instead of just what I think they should learn at their ages.

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    says

    Exploring God’s Creation Book 3 by Christian Liberty Press! I’m very impressed at the fact that it is SO hands on! A couple of at home, practical experiments a week!

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    sarah says

    I purchased some see-through acrylic blocks with real animals and insects in them from Lakeshore Learning–my son, who is an avid animal lover, can’t wait to study the life cycle of a frog using some of these blocks!

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    Alisha b says

    For the younger kids I found a unit study to go along with the magic school bus dvds I got them. For my older son I picked up a nice hands on science kit to learn about how your body works together.

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    Staci says

    I am not sure what we are doing in the Fall. I will be teaching Pre K and 1st to my 2 girls. Hoping to find something fun and exciting. :)

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    Rebekah says

    I was hoping to incorporate The Sassafras Adventures along with Considering God’s Creation and animal studies with our Galloping the Globe year.

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    Kate E. says

    This is my first year homeschooling two kids and I’m kind of nervous. We’re using Singapore math now, which is new for us.

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    April says

    We’re using the 4th grade material through My Father’s World, but in the future, I’d like to look into Apologia. It looks so interesting and I’ve heard so many great things about it! :)

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter such a fantastic give away!
    Blessings ~

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    DeAnna Loibl says

    This is our first year. So we will be doing 100 science experiments from Usborne and taking a class at the Co-op.

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    Catherine says

    We are going to be using Sonlight science level D, and it uses Lyrical Life science as a supplement to the program. I’m really excited to sing some science facts this year. This set would be awesome for supplementing our program.

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    Amanda says

    I’m not sure if we’ll be adding any new science this year (I’ll be doing pre-K this year!).

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    Tracy O. says

    I haven’t completely settled on science this year, my oldest students will be doing Apologia but I am not sure about my younger ones yet.

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    Kristine says

    Hopefully we’ll be using these books and supplies in the fall! I am hoping to start some nature walks.

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    says

    What new homeschool science resource will you be incorporating into your studies this year?
    -This is our first year of homeschool, so it will all be new to us!!

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    Marlene C. says

    This year I am planning to get started with Nature Journaling. I have always wanted to do that but this will be the year!

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    Rosana says

    Everything will be new this year, because it is our first. I was thinking of reading my preschooler BigBackyard (thats what my mom did)

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    ARC says

    This will be our first year homeschooling and we are using My Father’s World ECC and First Grade. Would love to win and be able to explore some other options. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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    says

    We will start Apologia in a month after a friend of mine told me about it. Looking forward to it.
    Thank you for the opportunity here. Blessings

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    Kelly Schmidt says

    We are doing Anatomy this year. So we are actually going to do some pretty fun stuff, like make a cell out of Jello and make a model of a human skull.

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    Em Walker says

    We’re going to try out a whole bunch of new things for Science this year. My son is a big “Science Geek” and so while he loves all things science, he also loves a lot of hands on things. So, we’re still searching for things on a limited budget.

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      Marci says

      How old is your son? For most ages, you can utilize experiment books from the library and go from there. Find the experiments you want to do and then grab some books on the subject for deeper study. The only cost to you is the experiment materials! Look for books by Janice Van Cleave. She uses mostly things you already have around the house. Hope that helps!

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    Kathleen says

    We will be using STEM. Not sure what aspects are appropriate for K-3. No new books for kids, so all hints are welcome. Thank you!!!

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    Tracey M. says

    We will be using Apologia Astronomy and Zoology 1 (Flying Creatures) this year along with Simple Schooling (Classic Nature Study). I also have several lapbooks that correlate with the studies. I look forward to doing more science this year. I am a little nervous that the Apologia books will be too advanced for my daughter. We’ll find out. If so, then I will need to change plans.

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    Kristin Baxter says

    I’m still on the hunt for science resources this year for my 6th grader and my preschooler. Aarrgghh!

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    Veronica says

    This is actually the first year that I have a science plan. I’m pulling from several different sources and we’ll begin by studying the human body the first half of the year. Then we’ll move to machines and then weather.

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    says

    We are continuing with our My Father’s World K curriculum, so we will be doing our science through that, plus some Kitchen science.

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