5 of the Best Science Resources

I’ve got 5 of the best science resources–that you probably never heard of before. I found out about several of these resources since I became a member of the Environmental Educators Association in SC (EEASC). (If you live in another state, check out the North American Environmental Educators Association or the one in your state.) Disclaimer […]

SC Agritourism Passport

The Agritourism Passport is fun way to experience many more farms across South Carolina. The program highlights a variety of farm opportunities, including crop mazes, u-picks, hayrides, wineries and petting zoos. What a great way for homeschoolers to explore South Carolina and learn about local crops and livestock. Check out areas of the state you […]

Monarchs and Migration: Become a Citizen Scientist

In a previous post, we looked at the Flight of the Butterflies on Netflix. Today, we’re talking about how to extend that study into a long-term unit study about monarchs and migration. Become a citizen scientist. I recently attended a teacher workshop for environmental educators.  A local school has gotten the entire 7th grade involved […]

The Flight of the Butterflies

Today,  I’m watching Flight of the Butterflies. I have to confess that I watch a lot of Netflix. I love it. As a home educator, I’m probably not supposed to admit that I watch a lot of TV.  I’m supposed to be a bookworm. I love to read, too. But, I honestly have to admit that […]