Each day on the December science calendar has a link to fun science projects, interesting science information. and engaging lessons. It’s a great resource to kick start your homeschool day or to use as an incentive when then kids get their school work done.
The Homeschool Scientist publishes a new science calendar each month. So, you should never be without fun science projects for your kids!
What Will You Learn?
Here in the U.S., December is all about Christmas and the beginning of the winter season.. This month’s calendar is packed with fun, themed science activities, lessons, and information. Plus, you will learn about some significant scientific discoveries and events that happened in December. Here are some examples:
- Christmas STEM Activities
- First recorded sighting of the Aurora Borealis
- Gingerbread STEAM Project
- Quantum Physics
- The chemistry of chocolate
- Winter solstice
- The Wright brothers
- Geminid meteor shower
- and so much more!!
Download Your Science Calendar
The Homeschool Scientist’s science calendars are always FREE to email subscribers. As a subscriber, you get weekly emails letting you know about new posts on the website, fantastic science posts from other sources, and occasionally information about resources I think you would love. Always good stuff. Never spammy. And, I never share my email list with anyone!!
Just enter your info in the form below and I will send you a download link to the calendar ASAP! Enjoy!
(If you are already a subscriber, filling out the form just lets me know you want me to send you the calendar. You won’t be subscribing twice.)
Science Gift Ideas
Since it is that time of year, I thought I would share a few of the science-related gift lists The Homeschool Scientist has put together for you. These are full of gift ideas that your kids will have so much fun with they will forget they are learning.