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Science at home! We provide the video lessons, supply lists, worksheets, class tips and a live session with Ms Jill Wilcox where you can ask questions and discuss the lessons! Designed for kids grades K-5th!
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We started a Facebook Group called "Cool Homeschool Science" ! Go check it it out and join the group! We'll post more cool science facts, videos, experiments and more!
Incredible Brain @ Westminster Location
In this class we will conduct experiments to learn about the brain, the nervous system, the skin and sight. We will do experiments with your own body (don’t worry, nothing hurts). We’ll even dissect a brain! Don’t miss out!

Tuesdays: Mar. 6, 13, 20, Apr. 10 (no class Mar. 27 and Apr. 3)
Marine biology class last week. This was the day they learned about pollution in the marine environment. Love these kids!!
What a fun Marine Biology Camp! Hope to see everyone next summer.
Marine biology is underway! M&M Surfing School
We love Science-2-U!! Great classes, great instructor.

Science Classes for Homeschoolers We offer both elementary as well as jr. high and high school classes for homeschoolers.

Our classes are hands-on with weekly labs. For more information please visit our website at

Operating as usual


School is in and we're having a great time. Lots of fun science happening in all of our classes. Please go to science2u. com to see our classes and locations!


Looking forward to seeing all of you back in class. We start the week of Aug. 30th! Catch those last waves of summer!!!! Ms. Jill

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Back to HOME School Special!! Get 50% off the Online Course with Ms Jill: Chemistry for Kids. Coupon good now through September 7th! Coupon code: BACKTOSCHOOL50

Simple Preschool Baking Soda Science Activity 03/27/2020

Here are some fun Baking soda experiments perfect for your youngest scientists!
Please share your pictures and videos below!

Simple Preschool Baking Soda Science Activity Baking soda and vinegar science is super exciting for kids of all ages! Baking soda activities are perfect for the youngest scientist to test out. Simple kitchen ingredients make fizzing science experiments fun and easy for everyone. This chemical reaction is one of our top 30 Preschool Science Acti...


What kinds of Science Activities are you doing with your kids at home? Please post links and photos below!⚗️🔭🔬📚

STEM for Kids: Straw Rockets (with Free Rocket Template) - Buggy and Buddy 03/25/2020

Build a Straw Rocket today! Have rocket races! Measure the distance your rocket flies! (Try measuring the height it reaches. Then measure the distance! Make a graph of family members rocket distances. Make a video...try slo-mo!!)
If you try this, post videos and photos here! We want to see!

STEM for Kids: Straw Rockets (with Free Rocket Template) - Buggy and Buddy Print out our free rocket printable and have fun making some straw rockets! The kids loved designing their own rockets and then launching them using straws.

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Did you know you can sign up for an online science class with Science 2-U? This Chemistry for Kids class is SO much fun! It includes 4 follow along video lessons. You can gather all the materials yourself (you probably have most of these things at your house already) or purchase a "kit"!!! sign up at

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For those of you who cannot make it to our live classes this is for you! We do the class with you, you get all the videos, supply lists, worksheets, class tips and a live session with Ms. Jill Wilcox to discuss what your child learned and answer questions they may have with other students from the class! Can't wait for you to start!!

Super EXCITING NEWS!!! We now offer ONLINE classes!! Our first Class is ready for you to sign up! Chemistry For Kids (K-5th grade level)!!

**Course includes 4 video lessons. You can follow along with Ms Jill and conduct the experiments at your own home and at your own pace!

See our website for more details!

Timeline photos 02/24/2020

Super EXCITING NEWS!!! We now offer ONLINE classes!! Our first Class is ready for you to sign up! Chemistry For Kids (K-5th grade level)!!

**Course includes 4 video lessons. You can follow along with Ms Jill and conduct the experiments at your own home and at your own pace!

See our website for more details!

Timeline photos 02/10/2020

Grasshoppers have ears in their bellies!!!

Unlike humans, grasshoppers do not have ears on the side of their head. Like the ears of people, the grasshopper sound detector is a thin membrane called a tympanum, or “eardrum”.
In adults, the tympanum is covered and protected by the wings, and allows the grasshopper to hear the songs of its fellow grasshoppers.
The grasshopper tympanum is adapted to vibrate in response to signals that are important to the grasshopper. Male grasshoppers use sounds to call for mates and to claim territory. Females can hear the sound that males make and judge the relative size of the male from the pitch of the call (large males make deeper sounds). Other males can hear the sounds and judge the size of a potential rival. Males use this information to avoid fights with larger male grasshoppers or to chase smaller rivals from their territory.

Timeline photos 01/28/2020

Hummingbirds are the only birds in the world that can fly sideways, backwards, up and down, and even hover in mid-air. They can beat their wings up to 200 times per second. They are famous for being the smallest birds in the world.

Photo by James Wainscoat on Unsplash

Photos from Science-2-U's post 01/25/2020

Getting ready for science night at George Washington elementary, Norco!

Timeline photos 01/24/2020

As the moon does not have an atmosphere, there is no water or wind to erase the footprints made by the astronauts who landed on it. So the footprints are likely to stay there for a 100 million years!

Shocking Electric Eel Facts 01/22/2020

An electric eel can produce up to 650 volts of electricity. Touch it for the biggest shock of your life!An electric eel can produce up to 650 volts of electricity.

Here's a link to find out more about these interesting fish!

Shocking Electric Eel Facts The electric eel is a misunderstood and misnamed creature. Learn some surprising facts about the animal, including whether it can shock itself.

Timeline photos 01/20/2020

Imagine this:
If YOU were sound, you could travel all the way around the Earth in 4 HOURS!
If YOU were light, you could travel around the world 7.5 times in ONE second!!

Photo by Alex Montes from Pexels

Timeline photos 01/13/2020

Classes start next week!

House Plants Don’t Really Clean Indoor Air - Science in the News 01/10/2020

Today is houseplant appreciation day! We love plants in our homes-they beautify our surroundings and freshen our air! Or do they? Recent research is a bit unclear on if houseplants actually clean our air or not. Want to read more? 📚

House Plants Don’t Really Clean Indoor Air - Science in the News There are many reasons why you might want house plants. Cleaning your indoor air probably shouldn't be one of them. Read Wilkerson's article to learn why!

Timeline photos 01/05/2020

Killer whales are actually dolphins!

Despite their name, killer whales or orcas are the largest members of the dolphin family. Technically, orcas are also whales because delphinids belong to the Cetacean order within the toothed whale (Odontoceti) suborder. However, the term whale is typically reserved for baleen whales of the Mysticeti suborder.

The major physical feature that ensures orcas are dolphins is the presence of a melon — a fatty deposit that assists the animals in echolocation and only exists in dolphins.

Do you think we should re-name them Killer-dolphins? Why or why not?

Timeline photos 01/01/2020

Feeling sleepy? Just wait until you hear about koalas. According to the Australian Koala Foundation, these cuties sleep between 18 and 22 hours a day. The koalas' diets require a lot of energy to digest, which is why they've got to nap so much.

How many hours do you sleep each night?

Timeline photos 12/29/2019

Did you know?
There is enough DNA in the average person’s body to stretch from the sun to Pluto and back — 17 times

What color is your hair? Your eyes? Those traits come from DNA that your parents have passed on to you.

Timeline photos 12/24/2019

Reindeer eyes turn blue in the winter.

Reindeers have beautiful baby blues—but only in the winter! According to the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, "the eyes of Arctic reindeer change color through the seasons from gold to blue, adapting to extreme changes of light levels in their environment." The change in color impacts how light is reflected through the animals' retina, and improves their vision.

What color are YOUR eyes?


Did you know?
An individual blood cell takes about 60 seconds to make a complete circuit of the body
You have about 5 liters of blood in your body (at least, most people do) and the average heart pumps about 70 mL of blood out with each beat. A healthy heart also beats around 70 times a minute. So, if you multiply the amount of blood that the heart can pump by the number of beats in a minute, you actually get about 4.9 liters of blood pumped per minute, which is almost your whole body’s worth of blood. In just a minute, the heart pumps the entire blood volume around your body.

Time your pulse. How many times does your heart beat in one minute?

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