The best way to learn science and history is through engaging stories. In your homeschool curriculum or bed time stories, include rich stories about real people and places. Some of our favorites books that get kids interested in learning are the Magic School Bus and Magic Tree House books. I recently discovered companion books to some of these, too!
If you’re little astronauts are ready to venture into space, or even if they are not, they’ll get excited to learn about outer space with these children’s books, science books for kids, and space books. Include these books in your science curriculum and follow them up with more in depth research online and in the library. These are just a few of our favorite kids books about space.
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