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Volcano Science Project & Unit Study Resources: With a few cheap supplies you can make homemade volcanoes for homeschool science! Lots of pictures, tips, lapbooks, links and more!  (HolySpiritLedHomeschooling.net)

Volcano Science Project & Unit Study Resources: With a few cheap supplies you can make homemade volcanoes for homeschool science! Lots of pictures, tips, lapbooks, links and more! (HolySpiritLedHomeschooling.net)

Volcano in a Cup - Erupting Wax. Use this to learn about island formation as well as plate tectonics.

Volcano in a Cup - Erupting Wax. Use this to learn about island formation as well as plate tectonics.

quality HOME SCHOOL media resouces for Christian Educators that believe the literal biblical translation of a seven day creation by an awesomely powerful and...

quality HOME SCHOOL media resouces for Christian Educators that believe the literal biblical translation of a seven day creation by an awesomely powerful and...

You have found the non-commercial, teacher-created site for people who like to roll up their sleeves and make science toys and projects. You won't find slick, well-designed web pages here--more like the digital equivalent of a messy workshop. If you poke around though, you'll find good stuff. Science toy maker is a resource for inspired kids, parents, teachers, teenagers, home schoolers, science fair participants and citizen scientists everywhere.

You have found the non-commercial, teacher-created site for people who like to roll up their sleeves and make science toys and projects. You won't find slick, well-designed web pages here--more like the digital equivalent of a messy workshop. If you poke around though, you'll find good stuff. Science toy maker is a resource for inspired kids, parents, teachers, teenagers, home schoolers, science fair participants and citizen scientists everywhere.

How do homeschooled students compare to those educated in traditional public schools? This handy #infographic breaks it down.

How do homeschooled students compare to those educated in traditional public schools? This handy #infographic breaks it down.

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