Winter is still in full swing here in the midwest, but hopefully the groundhog will not see his shadow on Groundhog’s Day (February 2nd) and spring will be just around the corner!
So, why do we let a groundhog predict the weather here in the states? Ever wonder how Groundhog’s Day got started and if there is any science behind it? Learn all about it through a link in the The Homeschool Scientist’s February Science Calendar!
Why A Science Calendar?
The mission of The Homeschool Scientist is to take the fear out of and put the fun into homeschool science or any method of science education for that matter! I want people to realize that science is everywhere, accessible, and exciting.
Our FREE monthly science calendars were designed to add a little science to everyone’s day through interesting information and fun science projects. Hopefully, you and your kids will see how interesting and not scary science is through these calendars and want to dive in deeper.
In the February Science Calendar, you will learn about:
- Polar bears
- Bald Eagles
- Valentine’s Day STEM activities
- Nicolaus Copernicus
- African American scientists
- Thomas Edison
- Great Backyard Bird Count
- National Battery Day
- and more!!
Get Your February Science Calendar!
The Homeschool Scientist’s monthly 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.)
For further study of February’s topics…