Some of you know that one of the other websites I own is a gardening site. I run a blog carnival on it once a month and it is a lot of fun seeing all of the many submissions come in for the carnival. Occasionally I receive something that is not appropriate for my gardening blog and website, but I really want to feature the submission elsewhere because it is excellent. Today was one of those days.
I literally couldn’t believe my eyes when I clicked on the link to check out this submission: Mary Jones presents 100 Tools to Make Your Kids Math and Science Stars posted at Forensic Science Schools. It was absolutely perfect for this blog and website! I knew you would love this as much as I am loving it! So I decided to share it here with you.
This submission is filled with one hundred (yes, that is 100!) websites that have tools to help your kids in both science and math. This really is an excellent list of sites and resources. I know that I love it when I can add to our science lesson with a fun website. My son really enjoys it and I think it really reinforces what he has learned. I also find websites helpful for math. Sometimes learning a math concept in a different way can really help my son get it into his brain.
Now, for some of these websites, you will need a subscription. Some of these offer a free trial, so you can still glean what you need without cost. And then you can decide if you love it enough to purchase it for your home. However, there are many of the websites that won’t cost you anything more than a little bit of time! I think that is pretty cool!
I hope you can get a lot of use out of this list of math and science websites. I know it will be saving me a little bit of time searching for just that perfect addition to our lesson. And that alone makes this list invaluable to a homeschooling parent. Enjoy!