The Best Science Books for Kids
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The world of science is so vast, that it is really difficult to narrow down a book list of science books for kids. This week, we are focusing on books about science topics in general. Come back next week for our list of scientist books, featuring titles about the people behind the discoveries. Do your kids enjoy science as much as mine do? I didn’t love the subject as a kid, but since I started homeschooling, I’ve grown to enjoy and appreciate it so much more.
If I missed any of your favorites, please share them with me so I can check them out. These are some of the titles I’ve pulled out again and again to read with my kids over the years.
Our favorite science books for kids
- The Nature Connection: An Outdoor Workbook for Kids, Families, and Classrooms
- Nature Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of the Natural World (Julia Rothman)
- Handbook of Nature Study
- From Caterpillar to Butterfly (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
- From Tadpole to Frog (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
- The Planets in Our Solar System (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
- The Skeleton Inside You (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
- Everything You Need to Ace Science in One Big Fat Notebook: The Complete Middle School Study Guide (Big Fat Notebooks)
- Klutz LEGO Chain Reactions Craft Kit
- Julie the Rockhound
- Human Body!
- First Encyclopedia of Science (Usborne First Encyclopedia)
- Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky, The
- Big Book of Earth & Sky: A 15 Foot Chart Showing the Inner Core to Outer Atmosphere
- Made in Heaven
- Discovery of Design
- The Way Things Work Now
- The Magic School Bus And The Electric Field Trip
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Story Time: The Giving Tree from Lit Mama Homeschool
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