This science lesson all stemmed from a free book in a kid's meal at Chick Fil-A. On the way home from lunch that day my son was very interested in the the book he had received.
It's funny how lessons develop in our house.
We loved the Value Tales book about Louis Pasteur - Believing in Yourself. We also have the Value Tales book about Will Rogers - The Value of Humor. These books are so well done and offer a glimpse into the young lives of famous people - and then offer very interesting in depth information at the end of each story.
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After reading the Louis Pasteur book, we decided to look up more about this scientist. It turns out his first work wasn't done with milk - it was done with BEER.
This video about The History of Pasteurization from The History Channel is very interesting:
What's been going on with science in your homeschool recently?
Happily Linking with Ticia!