At our most recent homeschool meetup, the homee(s) and I shared the resources we’re currently using for math and science.
The resources shared are as diverse as the women using them.
I’m excited to add some of these resources to my curriculum.
I hope you too find these resources helpful as you plan for the upcoming school year.
Science Kits with a monthly subscription available.
A video series that teaches kids about the parts of the body and how to take care of them.
A popular grade school science show on YouTube.
Check out your local science center for science-related activities and exhibits.
Check out your local zoo for educational opportunities that promote environmentalism and animal conservation.
Teaches science from a creation perspective while challenging the theory of evolution.
Explores the history and the study of chemistry from a Christian perspective.
College prep high school textbook and course
This comic book created by a former science educator introduces readers to every biological system of the human body.
A classic resource for encouraging the study of nature.
Each book in this graphic novel series introduces a different science topic.
This book presents information and beautiful pictures of every element on the periodic table.
Science Ninjas: Valence
A science-based card game that teaches chemistry concepts.
FREE online homeschool science curriculum for K-12
Includes activity worksheets that enforce science concepts.
A visual introduction to how science relates to cooking.
An educational science kit that includes instructions and supplies to do 20 hands-on experiments.
A science-based game that helps kids understand science concepts.
An educational board game that teaches about medical facts.
Graphic novels series that follows the adventures of super Scientist in his various quests.
Science-based illustrated book series designed to get kids interested in science by including gross and unusual details,
A book of biographies about five brilliant Black scientists.
This book is part of the You Wouldn’t Want to Live Without series. It shares where clean water comes from and why having clean water is important.
An advice book and guide that helps older girls understand and care for their bodies.
TV series that provides behind-the-scenes access to how the everyday things people use are made and manufactured.
Local Hiking Trails
Check out your local hiking trails for opportunities to explore nature.
Many nature centers have activities and guides to help you learn about wildlife native to your local area.
Netflix is a great resource for finding science documentaries and tv shows.
YouTube channel that features extreme science experiments.
A Christian math curriculum
Solid math curriculum that teaches children to think mathematically
Online digital math program used by many homeschoolers.
Traditional homeschool math curriculum
Math card games that are available in different grade levels and math subjects
Award-winning mental math game
Learning to sew reinforces math skills
Cooking incorporates both math and science skills
Interactive math game that teaches relationships between fractions
Designed to assess a student’s understanding of algebraic concepts.
An award-winning mathematical board game that deepens understanding of math concepts.
Classic game can help strengthen mental math skills.
Math drills help exercise and test arithmetic skills.
Games like Spades and Speed require an understanding of math in order to win.
Similar to drills, timed tests access our children’s retention of arithmetic and other mathmatical concepts.
Great early learning online curriculum
FREE Immersive digital math curriculum
Is your favorite math or science resource on the list? If not, share it in the comments.
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