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Keeping Your Homeschool Healthy

With cold and flu season upon us, now is the perfect time to incorporate some soap science into your homeschool. Modeling good health and hygiene practices is your primary method for instilling lifelong habits in your children. Check out this Homeschool Living for some good clean fun experiments, plus tips and tricks for keeping your house healthy and happy. 

Healthy Hands

Global Handwashing Day is October 15. Spend some time exploring the science of soap. What is it exactly, and how does it work?

You can use pepper and dish soap for this simple but effective demonstration on the reaction of soap to water.

These hand washing experiments from and Science Buddies are great for younger elementary ages and older middle schoolers, respectively. (You will need some specific materials for the experiment from Science Buddies, but materials cost is less than $20.) For the Science Buddies experiment, use the tabs under the title to navigate through the experiment.

Healthy Habits

When it comes to health habits, start young to stay young! Check out these five habits to help you and your family stay your healthiest.

Here are ten realistic and healthy habits your family can adopt together.

Teach your kids these five ways to help avoid catching and spreading the flu virus and the common cold.

Healthy Homes

Create and maintain healthy homes to help you family stay healthy.

If you have multiple kids, it seems when one gets sick, a vicious cycle of siblings passing that sickness around for months is created. shares some tips for keeping the rest of the family healthy and minimizing the damage if germs do make their way into your home.

Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool shares eight elements that come together in a healthy homeschool, where healthy minds and hearts are just as important as healthy bodies.

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