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Worksheets include vocabulary definitions, short answer questions, and activities; the book page numbers and day number are on the top of the worksheets for easy assignment tracking. Test questions include definitions and outlines that require multiple answers.
In the Exploring the World of Biology, students will explore the life of plants, insects, reptiles, birds, and mammals, as well as about biological classification, seeds, storage of energy, and more. Exploring the World of Chemistry examines the stories related to the many discoveries made in chemistry, including why pure gold isn't used for jewelry, who Humphry Davy was, how 1870s people could jump over the Washington Monument, and more. As they work through Exploring the World of Mathematics, students will learn about the many advancements and branches of mathematics that have been developed as people encountered problems and relied upon math to solve them. Exploring the World of Physics covers how a feather and a lump of lead fall at the same rate and how the laws of motion and gravity affect everything from everyday life to launching rockets.
This course covers 1 year of science (worth 1 credit) at the recommended schedule of 3-4 days per week. The parent lesson guide is reproducible for homeschool families and small classrooms with under 10 students. Line-listed answer keys. Glossary included. NKJV Scripture used. Grades 10-12.
This kit includes:
- Survey of Science History & Concepts Parent Lesson Planner
- Exploring the World of Biology
- Exploring the World of Chemistry
- Exploring the World of Mathematics
- Exploring the World of Physics
Vendor: Master Books
Publication Date: 2013
Availability: In Stock
1 Year Curriculum
10th - 12th Grade