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Like many other parents, I began homeschooling my children in 2020 when the pandemic hit. This was a step that I had considered taking long before schools shut down for in-person instruction. However, there were a couple of drawbacks that led me to believe that I wasn’t yet ready to move my children into homeschooling.

*This is where 2020 enters the chat*

I found myself swiftly ushered into the homeschooling world overnight and I knew that I had to find a way to make this as smooth as possible for my girls. 

Homeschool science

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Some classes were naturally more challenging than others in a homeschool environment – science was one of them. Science is more of a hands-on, interactive class and I was struggling to make sure my daughter was getting what she needed out of the lessons. 

I decided to look into different ways to make homeschool science both educational and engaging without the extra stress. That is when I discovered Greg Landry College Prep Science.

College Prep ScienceThe Process

On-boarding was quite simple and we kicked off our self-paced online homeschool science classes and labs with a 30-minute introduction video for parents and students. This is where we learned more about how the classes would work. Here is a just small snippet of what was included in the introduction video:

  • Explanation of the self-paced structure
  • Instructions for Parents
  • Grade range for the classes (3rd-6th grade)
  • Time-commitment
  • Accessing the course and study guides

Everything was broken down in a very clear and easy-to-understand manner which really gave me peace of mind. They really emphasized the flexibility of this program and that was exactly what I wanted to hear. My daughter was also thrilled to learn that she would actually be having some fun in these classes!

After watching the introduction video, both my daughter and I felt very confident about the entire process. She immediately dove into the first of her 13 lessons.

Is it Worth it?

I would say yes, this program is definitely worth it. 

I love that my 4th grader remained engaged throughout each class. She could see the instructor speaking, writing on the whiteboard, etc. The instruction was clear and easy to follow, and there are study guides available in a pdf format. I also absolutely love that there was no pressure to move at a certain pace. 

Additionally, there are several other benefits including access to the instructor via email, access to all class recordings for the full homeschool year, and tuition is for one family and can therefore be used by any of the students in your household.

I highly recommend Greg Landry’s self-paced online homeschool science classes and labs and would love to answer any questions you all may have about the program. Feel free to drop your questions in the comments, and I will do my best to answer.

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