Much of modern mathematics curriculum treats math as a separate subject from the rest of academics. I don’t kid you when I say that math can become the most exciting, hands-on, integrative subject in your homeschool. Setting up various math and science (notice I added in science next to math) learning centers around your house, can … Read more How to Create Rich and Engaging Homeschool Math Unit Studies – Part I
Let’s face it. The computer age has infiltrated most of our lives, save for those who choose for it not to. If you’re reading this blog, you most likely use your computer on a daily basis. Modern technology and the computer age are sweeping the planet, increasing in popular use as well as changing our … Read more How to Join a Math & Science Community of Online Learning
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Studying the life of America’s first snowflake photographer, Wilson Bentley, affords ample homeschool science, math, art and history connections. Check out my free Wilson Bentley, the Snowflake Man Slideshow Lesson, Parts I and II below. Be sure to watch part II of the video below after the first video finishes! Enjoy! Born during the Victorian … Read more How to Do a Homeschool Snowflake Unit Study
In my cotton field YouTube episode, I take my viewers on a short nature walk beside a cotton field in Ehrenberg, AZ. It was the week before Christmas and I was just itching to get out from behind my computer and take a nice relaxing nature walk. It was my opportunity to not just get … Read more How to Create a Homeschool Botany Unit Study About Cotton
Today’s post is going to amuse, amaze and cause a stir within to study our greatly unexplored oceanic abyss looking at the deep sea communities! Students from the NeS Dramatic Deep Sea Creatures course have been “diving deep” with their blogging research from the latest deep sea research from NOAA’s and MBARI’s deep-sea research. Without further … Read more The Curious Deep-Sea Communities – NatureGlo’s Marine Biology Student Guest Post
Connecting kids and adults with nature is a challenge today as a result of our heavily plugged-in society. Yet, outdoor nature connection has been proven to be critical for our physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The pros of the Internet is that it has provided an intense connection with the world, unlike any other time. … Read more Tips for Outdoor Nature Connection with a Daily Walk
Welcome to the launch of my NatureGlo’s eScience (NeS) online math and science classes eLearning center! I’m NatureGlo also known as Gloria Brooks. and this is the new home base for NatureGlo’s online classes. I help homeschoolers and schoolers by offering online classes for upper elementary, middle and high school students. The areas of study … Read more NatureGlo’s Homeschool Math Enrichment & Science eLearning Grand Opening
Would you like a deep sea creature themed classroom or homeschool room? Thematic units can bring students into a total immersion with a loved subject! I have always loved teaching thematic unit studies incorporating the other core subjects. A study of the deep sea, with all its current research, can be an opportunity for you to … Read more Tips for a Deep Sea Creatures Thematic Study