We hope your school year is off to a great start! We are honored that you have decided to make Science Shepherd a part of your homeschool curriculum. The Science Shepherd staff enjoyed a summer that included a trip to Paducah, Kentucky to watch the eclipse, and a stop at the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. In case you missed it on our social media, we recorded the totality of the eclipse, which you can watch here
. Let us know what you did this summer on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #summerofscience!
As the school year begins, we have some exciting news we would like to share with you. Our first piece is that we are re-launching our newsletter! In the past, we have communicated infrequently via email and blog; usually only for a new product or giveaway announcement. Don’t worry, those will continue! We like making new things and giving stuff away too much! But, we also want to provide added value to you by publishing content more regularly. So, we have developed some new material for our email subscribers and followers on social media!
Science Focus – A brief article or video highlighting an amazing scientific fact, new discovery, or fun trivia.
Science Challenge – A new, optional exercise students can do to learn something new.
- Product Announcements!
Both the Science Focus
and Science Challenge
will include topics from across Science Shepherd’s courses, and maybe even some things that are not, but will be structured so that anyone can do them. Did we mention that this is all free!? You do not need to purchase a product or pay a fee to access this content. Simply subscribe to our newsletter, on the right, or follow us on social media, linked below, if you have not already. Or both! We truly hope you will enjoy these additions.
Our biggest announcement is that we have a new product in development! We cannot share too much now, or give a release date, but we can say that it will be a new series within our high school Biology course. Stay tuned for more!
We wish you all a great school year and look forward to being a part of your family’s science education. Until Next Time!