If you need to get your kids interested in the microscope, this list of 100+ things to look at under the microscope is full of stuff you have at home!
Who needs to make science a little more fun? Would a bucket list of over 1oo things to look at under the microscope help?
Do you own a microscope? I invested in one years ago when my oldest started taking biology. It’s spent more time in the box than out, but I’m looking for ways to spark some science interest around here.
Whenever I decide to get it out and set it up, no one seems to be able to resist the urge to sneak a peek.
Learning the ins and outs of the microscope is a useful skill if your child plans to take any biology or higher-level science. In-person labs can be intimidating when there’s a bunch of other students breathing down your neck for their turn at the lens. It’s essential to get familiar with using the microscope now.
To help make the lab a little more laughable (and hopefully memorable), I created a microscope bucket list of sorts. (Scroll to the bottom for a free printable version.)