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A History of Science is an exciting, read-aloud approach to the study of science! This course uses biographies (sold-separately) to tell the life stories of famous scientists like Archimedes, Galileo, and Einstein, while hands-on experiments are used to see the scientists' theories with your own eyes. An enriching way to introduce biology, chemistry and physics!
Based upon a combination of living books and audio CDs, students will read favorites such Archimedes and the Door of Science, Benjamin Franklin of Old Phil adelphia, Marie Curie's Search for Radium, and others, while following the lesson plans in this convenient guide. Organized into easily followed, simple, bullet-point lessons, students will learn about the history of scientific progress. Lessons require that a separate notebook be used for reports and other written work. Contains 67 lessons; it's recommended that 2 lessons be completed each week to finish the study over the course of one year.
34 pages, softcover. Non-reproducible, non-consumable resource. All required books sold -separately. Primary & Intermediate Grades: Grades 3-6.
For a list of resources used in this curriculum, please see the Book List [PDF].
Vendor: Beautiful Feet Books
Publication Date: 2000
|Dimensions: 11 X 8 1/2 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
Series: History Through Literature
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