What to Read Wednesday: Science Books for Kids

The best science themed books for kids; unit study ideas and curriculum supplements for homeschool; science books

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.

Happy discovering!









Our favorite science books for kids

The best science themed books for kids; unit study ideas and curriculum supplements for homeschool; science books

 

The most popular post from last week was:

Story Time: The Giving Tree from Lit Mama Homeschool

And now for the link up!

What to Read Wednesday Blog Link-Up

Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.

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This list has our book themes, but you don’t have to stick to that to link up–any family-friendly posts are welcome. So, come on! Join in the fun!

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What to Read Wednesday is hosted on these fabulous blogs:

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Comments (12)

  1. annette @ A net in Time

    handbook of nature study was an excellent book

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      It is such a valuable resource! I still refer to it all the time.

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  2. Michele Morin

    And I just love my collection of field guides.

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Field guides are wonderful resources. I have some vintage Golden Guides, and I love them.

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  3. Lisa/Syncopated Mama

    Have you seen the Zoey & Sassafras books yet? They’re fiction, but so much fun! I’ve written 3 posts on my blog all about them, we love them so much!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      No, I haven’t. I will head over to your blog to check those out. Thank you!

      Reply
  4. Mother of 3

    There are really so many wonderful science books out there. My boys LOVE science. Thanks for hosting.

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Thank you for linking up, Mother of 3!

      Reply
  5. Crystal

    I’ve had that Lego book in my Amazon wishlist since last Christmas…I may have to order it this year as the kids (well, my husband, to be honest) just bought another batch of Lego.

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      We never get tired of Lego around here!

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  6. Linda S

    We have several of these on our bookshelves! I was never a science person, until I began homeschooling my kids. Thanks for sharing these recommendations with us!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Me, too, Linda! I’ve discovered a new love for learning through homeschooling that I never had as a student in traditional schools growing up.

      Reply

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