"If it stinks, it's chemistry.There is one more "if" that he doesn't mention: If it's a free, 36-week biology curriculum for elementary homeschoolers, it must be...
If it's slimy, it's biology.
And if it doesn't work, it's physics."
"Each week has been broken down into three separate days to make it easier for you to set up a schedule:Here is an outline of the program:
- The first day of each week contains a reading assignment and worksheet review for your child.
"Don’t worry about expensive materials for these activities! Most equipment can be found around the home or at a local store. The weekly curriculum has been arranged into four-week units.
- The second and third days contain hands-on activities to reinforce each weekly reading.
"In addition, you will find several weekly activities that are titled Exploring Scientific Procedures (ESP) Activities. These are inquiry-based activities that require a child to set up an experiment and collect data. In essence, these are mini-science fair projects. DON’T PANIC!!! They are not as hard as you may imagine."
- Unit 1: Basic Needs/Resources
- Unit 2: Biomes
- Unit 3: Life Cycles
- Unit 4: Classification
- Unit 5: Food Webs
- Unit 6: Senses
- Unit 7: Body Organs
- Unit 8: Cells
- Unit 9: Health and Nutrition
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