Are you experimentally challenged? If so, there’s hope! And even if science is right up your alley… When you look at all the curriculum choices out there, it can be a bit like trying to untangle the extension cords from your last home improvement project. In this video, homeschool consultant Janice Price invites you to come with her as she unsnarls all those cords, brings focus to science curriculum decisions, and gives creative ideas on how to approach science labs and experiments.
About The Author
Since her twenty-year homeschooling career has been followed by ten years (and counting) as Rainbow’s homeschooling and product consultant, Janice Price considers homeschooling to be a way of life – a meaningful and purposeful way of life. She and Scott (her husband of 34 years) have three children, Rachel, Anna, and David – all homeschooled from kindergarten through high school graduation; all three now university graduates. As with many homeschooling moms, Janice has worn various related hats – coordinator of a new to homeschooling support group; educational consultant for Westbridge Academy (an umbrella school for home educated, gifted students); administrator of Peoria Co-operative Academy – a history-based unit study co-op and support school offering science labs, choirs, and classes on a variety of subjects; exhibit hall coordinator for the local home school convention. Janice has a B.A. from Phillips University and a M.Ed. from Idaho State University and before her wife, mom and homeschooling careers, worked in student personnel administration at three different universities.
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