Here’s a free resource from Supercharged Science.
You can click on the link below for a free downloadable Science Activity Guide. There’s also a link to signup for the next free online science class.
In our homeschool we use resources like this to supplement our curriculum. It’s a nice change-up for a school day to have something different to get our brains going in a different direction. We took the Supercharged Science free teleclass the last time it was offered and suggest you give it a try. Aurora has a style of teaching that not only laid the topic out in an easy to understand way – but was engaging and interesting enough for all of us involved. We had some great discussions after the online class and there were things my kids wanted to know more about.
So here’s a message from Aurora (yes, she is a real rocket scientist) and the links as promised:
Hi this is Aurora Lipper with Supercharged Science, and I’d like to start by saying that I’m so happy to be able to share these science experiments, activities, and projects with you…
Here’s the link for you to download Aurora’s
free Science Activity Guide: http://www.superchargedscience.com/frwb097248.pdf
I love teaching Science, and I’m really happy that you believe science is an essential part of education for your child.
I want to assure you that in addition to teaching science in a way that is FUN for your kids, I am also highly qualified and can guarantee that they will be LEARNING at the same time.
I completed my Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly State University in 1997, with a 4.0 GPA and was awarded Graduation with Distinction.
I then became the youngest instructor ever hired in the engineering department at Cal Poly State, where I taught lectures in Dynamics, Engineering Systems, Statics and labs in Fluid Mechanics, Vibrations, and Engineering Design.
However, while at Cal Poly State, one of the things that hit me was how BORED the students were in the classroom.
I couldn’t figure out why they weren’t interested in science or engineering. So I decided to investigate further, and I looked at how kids were taught science before they reached college.
When I saw how kids were being taught science, I realized that I’d be bored too!
And that’s when I decided to do something about it.
I have now taken the opportunity to have a wider range of students as I dedicate my life work to educating and inspiring kids and educators through my web site Supercharged Science.
I share a unique perspective on teaching science in a meaningful and impactful way through my experiences as an instructor, speaker, scientist and engineer.
In future emails, I’ll send you experiments that are kid-proven to spark curiosity, excitement and learning.
Also – Make sure you attend one of our great (and free) online classes where your kids will do a science experiment right there on the class!
I could certainly go on, but at this point, let’s get some experiments going!
If you haven’t already done so, go ahead and download your Science Activity Guide from: http://www.superchargedscience.com/frwb097248.pdf
It’s filled with enough experiments to get any kid totally engaged and excited for days. Work through the experiments with your kids (or if they like to work on their own, just give it to them).
Your job is to notice not only that they are engaged in the experiments, but also that they are learning academic stuff without realizing it.
Thanks for joining me on this wonderful journey of discovery, and I look forward to getting to know you better and helping your kids have fun while learning science!
P.S. If you found the information from Supercharged Science useful and insightful… please pass along the good fortune by simply forwarding this email to any other homeschool parents, or anyone else you know that may benefit from it.
If this was forwarded to you by a friend, and you would like to get our free science experiment activity book, along with weekly science experiments emailed to you (all for free), simply visit: http://www.superchargedscience.com/freestuff.htm