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Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links}

Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links}

Awhile back, I asked for topics you’d like us to cover this year.  One of those was fun physics for kids … making physics fun for your kids.  So, that’s what I’m sharing today.  Check back regularly for other topics you requested!

FUN Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

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 Kid Friendly Egg Experiments - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Transfer of Energy Science Experiment - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Science & Experiment Notebooking Pages

Engineering Books for Kids - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Making Rainbow Reflections - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Walking on Eggs - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Gravity Experiments - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Potential & Kinetic Energy Experiments - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Potential & Kinetic Energy Experiments

Make a Vehicle - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

How to Make a Water Wheel - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

How to build a Water Rocket - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

DIY Marble Roller Coaster from recycled materials - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

More Marble Roller Coasters - Fun Physics for Kids {Weekend Links} from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

More Marble Roller Coasters

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How to Use Reading Journals to Help Teach Writing

How to Use Reading Journals to Help Teach Writing

Why should you use reading journals with your students? Personally, I believe reading journals are an excellent way to have your students interact with their readings and improve their writing at the same time.  Whether your kids are six or sixteen they can write about what they read and begin their journal writing programs.  Let… Continue Reading

Cool Math for Kids {Weekend Links}

Cool Math for Kids {Weekend Links}

Too often, kids don’t enjoy math because they don’t understand it. Today I want to share cool math for kids ideas you can use in your homeschool. I’ve tried to include cool math for kids at different ages. If you have a fun way to teach math, please leave a comment.  Click on any image… Continue Reading

How to Write an Essay

How to Write an Essay

A few years ago I reviewed an excellent resource to teach your kids how to write an essay. I thought you might like to watch my video review to see if it’s a good fit for your family. If you’d like to know more about how to write an essay with IEW Elegant Essay, click… Continue Reading

The Homeschool Mom Prayer Journal: A New School Year {Review}

The Homeschool Mom Prayer Journal: A New School Year {Review}

This past month I’ve been learning a lot about prayer. That’s why I was excited to see Rebecca Brandt’s latest from The Homeschool Mom Prayer Journal: A New School Year.  It’s perfect for homeschool moms as you prepare for the upcoming school year.  Let me share what I discovered in this journal. – Guidelines to… Continue Reading

Why Take Family Mission Trips ?

Why Take Family Mission Trips ?

I’m headed home from another mission trip, thinking back to the times we took our own family mission trips.  Our kids were 5-10 years old at the time, as we traveled deep into the mountains of Mexico.  If you ask my kids, they would tell you those trips were some of the best we took…. Continue Reading

Can you Help our Teen Girls Retreat?

Can you Help our Teen Girls Retreat?

After one of our SHIP trippers shared her story about being raped as a high school student, I heard a unique comment. We thought only bad things happened to us, here in El Salvador. We didn’t think bad things happened in the United States. Wow! I was blown away. That moment is still etched in… Continue Reading

Reading & Writing Recommendations for Younger Kids {Question of the Day}

Reading & Writing Recommendations for Younger Kids {Question of the Day}

I’m getting overwhelmed with all the homeschooling and I knew you could help! My son is 4.5 and is showing an interest in reading, sounding out words, etc. We haven’t done anything super formal; we just practice cutting, coloring, read a lot together, writing his name, fun crafts, etc. He gets overwhelmed when he doesn’t… Continue Reading

Your Children Can Love Writing & Teaching Writing is Easy Too {Guest Post}

Your Children Can Love Writing & Teaching Writing is Easy Too {Guest Post}

Today’s Guest Post is from Rebecca Brandt who shares about this teaching writing program, Institute for Excellence in Writing.  IEW provides writing activities your kids will love. I have not spent a lot of time, lately…showing you inside of our school room.  We’ve been busy running, playing, swimming, reading, but…for two weeks, we have been…….. Continue Reading

66 Summer Fun Trip Ideas

66 Summer Fun Trip Ideas

  Summer trips can be lots of fun. That’s why I created our 66 Summer Fun Trip Ideas list. Thanks for stopping by. If you’re looking for a list of summer fun ideas, enter your email below. We’ll send our list to you immediately. Our list includes places our family has traveled and the stops… Continue Reading