It may not be officially fall until the Autumnal Equinox, but with the start of school and a chill in the air it does feel like it is already here. This is one of my favorite seasons! I wanted to remind you of some of the fun autumn science posts we've done in the past.
I'm also very excited about the posts we have lined up for the next few weeks and wanted to give you a sneak peek!
First of all, Talk Like a Pirate Day is coming up! This year I'll be participating in another fun blog hop hosted by Witty Hoots. We'll be exploring some pirate science with optical illusions! Check out last year's pirate science post here.
In the next few weeks, I'm excited to share an incredible resource for parents and educators- STEAM Kids, a book chock full of activities that explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math! Look for my review and more information soon.
www.Science4Us.com. Science4Us is an engaging, elementary science curriculum that teaches science using a fun, interactive approach. If you have your own blog and would like to review Science4Us, check out their homeschool review program. Make sure to come back and read my full review!
As Halloween approaches, there is always some great science to be done with pumpkins! Get ready to make some pumpkin discoveries with these pumpkin ideas and stay tuned for a post with a new pumpkin science exploration of decomposition!
In the meantime you can revisit these autumn themed science posts:
- Changing Seasons: So Much More Than Temperature!
- Pumpkin Discoveries
- 10 Back to School Science Teaching Resources
- Saturday Science Experiment: The Hidden Colors in a Leaf
You can also follow my autumn science board on Pinterest for tons of great ideas: