An Etsy Guide for Little Scientists

An Etsy Guide for Little ScientistsBecky from a Sweet Hot Mess is with us today to share an inspiring list of gift recommendations for the budding young scientists in our lives.

I have a deep and abiding love for Etsy.  Not only does Etsy support makers, artists and crafters alike, it is also a resource for deeply creative materials.  As my children’s interests have grown and changed over the years, I have learned to look far and wide for new ways to introduce subjects and to further study subjects we have already covered.  I particularly love anything that makes science more fun for kids.

When looking for resources, one of my life rules is this – never underestimate your child’s ability to learn about themselves and the world around them at any age.  And do what I do, start simple and build their knowledge over the years, utilizing your materials and resources over and over again.

Here are some of my favorite Etsy shops creating materials for young scientists.  Check them out and Happy Experimenting (click on photo to view product).

An Etsy Guide for Little Scientists

An Etsy Guide for Little Scientists

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Becky

With a background in Screenwriting and Business Management, Becky Brown also has a passion for homeschooling her son and daughter, Luke and Charlie. Becky’s passion for teaching her children runs the gamut from introducing them to the visual arts to exploring the natural world all around them. Becky strongly believes that her passions will fuel her children’s passions, and she actively works to further her knowledge as both a parent and an educator—while learning more every day about the importance of playful learning. With a BFA in Film Direction and her MA in Screenwriting from UCLA, Becky’s passion for writing and storytelling runs throughout her work and her life, as seen in her eclectic family blog, Sweet Hot Mess, about her life in Tulare, California.

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  1. I second Katie! I have a major science lover in the home–will definitely be checking these out more in depth. Thanks for the list (can we have some for every subject??) 🙂 !!
    Sarah M

  2. Thanks so much for featuring Hawk and Hannah! That’s awesome!
    I love teaching, and learning (I minored in education, and majored in geology), so I love passing it along as well- if I can widen someone’s view of the world, I’ve totally suceeded in life- thanks for giving me the opportunity!
    Your site is great; keep up the good work!

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