Science is all around us, and we definitely take advantage of that. There are all sorts of opportunities to incorporate science learning into our days...
We go on field trips, many of them free, to places like fish hatcheries, wildlife parks, state parks, power plants, rock and gem stores, farms, recycling centers, museums, lakes, etc. etc. etc.
We explore our neighborhood nature trail.
We open our back door
and are amazed at who comes to visit,
then we search through our field guides to give them a name.
We watch the sky.
We peek in bushes.
We see amazing things growing in the woods.
Our garden attracts wonderous creatures.
We look up at the moon.
We marvel at mushrooms.
We learn new things online, like electronics and soldering.
We play and build with legos.
We collect books and field guides.
We watch our lizards like they are television, and we keep nature journals (in the basket.)
We play with magnets.
We read about God's creation.
We babysit our microbe biosphere, which is almost a year old.