Dates: September 7, 14, 21 2022 at 10 a.m. PST


The evolution, behavior, and ecology of wolves is fascinating! In this 3-week series, learners will investigate the evolution of wolves, how to communicate like a wolf, and how the wolves of Yellowstone have reshaped their ecosystem.

Dates: October 5, 12, 19 at 10 a.m. PST


What do baking bread, pickling food, yogurt, and cake baking have in common? Your learner will learn the science of these while making delicious treats to eat!

Dates: November 2, 9, 16 at 10 a.m. PST


Light, water, sound, those are the ways that energy travels. Learns will engage in hands-on projects and scientific modeling as they learn this fascinating area of the physical world!

Dates: November 30 and December 7, 14 at 10 a.m.


Plants communicate! Learners will make models of the molecules plants use to communicate in a language people are just coming to understand.

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Reviews for this Series

  • The dog communication lab was really fun. It was the best online class I’ve ever had. My daughter had an excellent experience with Blair in the Wolves class. She was always very excited to login to each class, and came running out with a smile and tons of facts to share after each session. Would absolutely recommend it. We look forward to her next classes! Kate and Alice


  • Loved the Interactive part. My learner is very social (can get distracted/be distracting) but the teacher was good at letting her meet her social needs and gently redirecting when needed. My daughter is very engaged in the content and enjoys the live and interactive format of the classes. Blair Lee does a great job with these classes. Erika and Hazel


More Reviews Blair's Science Classes

  • Hi! I’m listening to my 6.5 year old ASD/ADHD/SPD/GAD kid in his science class with Blair right now, and I just feel like everyone should know how incredible these classes are. They’re hands-on, engaging, absolutely challenging but also totally appropriate for interested young kids, and FULL of great science. Blair and Alison have been so patient and kind with Gus and they do a great job developing a comfortable and exciting learning community. We’ll definitely be signing up for more classes and I’ll recommend them to anyone who’s looking. If you’ve been on the fence, give it a try! Update: He is running around the house finding simple machines, and just grabbed a pencil to draw as many types of levers as he can imagine 💜 Becca and Gus


  • We are absolutely loving the format, content and of course teaching in our Thursday Science Series! Thank you for all the hard work you have done. It’s fabulous and hands down the best homeschool class my kids have ever taken. C.D.


  • My child is really enjoying your class and I love how you are teaching to this age group! I wish there were more classes like this for the elementary age group you are offering! S.N.


  • I wanted to let you know that when I ask the girls what their favorite class is, both agree, it is your online science series :-). C.W.


  • My child has genuinely enjoyed your class. My father is a life-long ecologist and so my child has been exposed to a lot of science. It’s tough for me to find something interesting and engaging enough for them - and you’ve delivered in spades! Thank you! Your excitement and engagement with these kids is terrific! B. is genuinely enjoying the classes!!! We can’t wait for more!!! K.P.


  • R. loves all science and the way you teach is so engaging for my child. The hands on projects have been a lot of fun. Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm with the children. It is wonderful!


  • How The Earth Got It’s Shape was wonderful. Thank you. M. cracks me up. I am purposely not around so she can tell me ALL about it after, as that is really how she learns best, by teaching. The way she talks about you, is so endearing. She says, Mom, Blair is seriously in love with science. LOL. :)


Blair Lee will have your children LOVING science as much as she does!


Class Information and Details

Age Range: 7 - 11

For each session we have 3 weeks of class followed by a 1 week break. There is 12 weeks of live instruction for all 4 sessions spanning 15 weeks.

Wolves

In January 12, 1995, 31 gray wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park. This began a fascinating chapter for this National Park as it came to realize that the natural ecosystem in those areas of the park with wolves in it were actually healthier than the areas without wolves! Using the wolves of Yellowstone as a reference point, learners will spend 3 weeks learning about the evolution, behavior, and ecology of wolves. 

Kitchen Science

Learners will conduct physics, biology, and chemistry experiments using materials in their own kitchen! This course covers fundamental science topics and practices while making yummy edible products!

Waves

Energy travels in waves. Light travels through space in waves that can be seen from Earth. Liquid waves travel across water to crash into continents with enough energy to wear down rocks. Sound waves travel through air connecting us with each other. In this 3-week session learners will investigate and explore how energy travels!

Plants

Plants communicate! Plants battle insect invasions!! Plants harvest energy from the Sun, providing the base of the food web that feeds the rest of the planet!!! In this 3-week session, learners will investigate the amazing biochemical processes and molecules that make plants so amazing! We couldn’t live without them. Seriously!!!

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