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Grade 3 covers worldview; creation & evolution; classification of living & non-living things; parts of a plant; lifecycles of butterfly & human; meteorology; erosion and earthquakes; ecosystems; the moon's movements; planets; matter; motion; and more.
The Student Step books include a "Science Instruction" section that defines the secular standard so students are not disadvantaged on standardized tests. Each step contains 10 lessons with 3 interactive study lessons, 1 teacher demonstration, 1 lab activity, 1 extended project, and then 2 lessons of review and tests.
The included Truth in Science Grade 3 Teacher's Edition includes worldview commentary and supportive science/worldview information not included in these steps.
The Truth in Science Grade 3 Answer Key contains the answers to these Student Steps.
Please see the attached Truth in Science Grade 3 Scope & Sequence and Grade 3 Sample Pages for more information.
This comprehensive Grade 3 bundle includes:
Vendor: Icon Publishing Group
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Series: Truth in Science
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okimommyJapanAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Love this curriculumJune 18, 2014okimommyJapanAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I really, really loved using this curriculum this year and will continue to in the future. I had a 2nd grader and a 4th grader work together on the 3rd grade book. They really enjoyed it. They loved the satisfaction that would come from finishing one book and then starting on the next one. Each book, or "step" covered one topic (plants, animals, etc.) and did a really good job of including both worldview information and scientific fact, as well as a science experiment and a project. The format of each book was the same for each day, so it was predictable as the girls went through it. I loved that this book taught both sides of the argument (secular and Christian) which not only boosted their faith but also gave them answers to give for why the believe the way they do. The scientific information was accurate and interesting. I didn't necessarily need the teacher book because once we got the feel for the steps each day's work was pretty self explanatory. I'm surprised to see other negative reviews because we enjoyed this curriculum so much.
DKEANDallas, TXAge: 35-44Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5Very DisappointedApril 1, 2013DKEANDallas, TXAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 2Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1I was so excited to get this curriculum for my 3rd grader. I dove into it with excitement due to the fact that I'm a product of public school & never received teaching on creationism. I agree with the other review that it is WAY too advanced for a 3rd grader. In order to "spiral", they cram a ton of vocabulary & subjects into 1 day's lesson. For instance, it covered all of the planets on one day's lesson. After all of that information, my daughter can't tell you any of the planet names or anything about them. It was too much information for her to process & enjoy. Also, it expects the child to research the internet & create reports with charts on a word processing program. My child who has explored everything scientifically since birth as fascinating has told me that this is now her least favorite subject. Big disappointment :-( Needless to say, this creative mommy is going to do some more research on other curriculums available.
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