Elementary Science:
Online, Interactive, Standards-Based

Elementary Homeschool Science

Did you ever think you’d be the kind of parent that would allow the kids to spill honey and chocolate syrup to see which one is more viscous, release neon gas from a paper bag while testing its ability to contain different states of matter, or see what happens when you take the wheels off a skateboard and slide down a mud-covered ramp?

Science should be experienced, not just read about from books, but science also doesn’t have to ruin your carpet! These important experiences can be had virtually, in a way that engages today’s learners and doesn’t turn into a chore for Mom and Dad.

Science4Us delivers a complete, interactive. multimedia curriculum that allows early elementary students to investigate, explore, experiment and most importantly learn to love science. Components included for students are:

You can take an active role in teaching science to your children!

Science4Us provides all the support a parent needs to confidently guide a thorough and engaging science lesson. Components included for parents are:

What are other homeschooling families saying about Science4Us?

I am a homeschooling mom of two boys, one of which has special needs. Even though this is my third year homeschooling, this is my first year homeschooling both children. Both of my boys are completing the second grade Science4Us activities.

-Read more from Julie, homeschooling mom of two boys

 

We are a homeschooling family of a third grader, second grader, a kindergartener and a toddler. We have been homeschooling for over five years and have used a few different curriculums both online and offline. We now do most of our core subjects online, however, I had not found a science curriculum neither on- nor offline that I liked until I stumbled across Science4Us.

-Read more from Dena, homeschool mom of 4

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