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Pearson Interactive Science Grade 1 Activities
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This Pearson at Home: Homeschool Interactive Science Activities booklet is part of the Pearson Interactive Science Grade 1 curriculum. This booklet contains pages students rip out to make a lab manual to follow as they conduct experiments. Experiments include fun questions to investigate.
With each activity students will answer the question by following the outlined procedures of each activity, collecting data, and drawing conclusions. Afterwards, they can expand and demonstrate scientific reasoning by modifying the investigations and/or designing their own experiments.
Non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable workbook. Grade 1
Publication Date: 2012
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Interactive Science Activity Workbooks
Homeschool Activities Workbook includes:
· Activities Workbook
About the Program
Interactive Science Activity Workbooks develop the skills necessary for children to truly understand science concepts with:
· Fun, educational activities for kids
· Opportunities for kids to create their own experiments
· Easy, step-by-step instructions for kids to complete experiments at home
Key Points/Program Differentiators
· Customized for at-home use
· Individual attention
· Uses easy-to-find materials
· Visually engaging and fun to use
The Interactive Science Activities workbooks are designed for the home environment, and modified from the lengthy lab manuals used in schools. They are custom designed at-home activities for students and parents to use on their own or with the Interactive Science grade-level bundles.
The Pearson at Home Interactive Science Activities workbooks provide children with a student-centered approach to scientific discovery. Each hands-on activity presents a child with a challenging question that can be investigated and explored independently or with parent guidance. As part of the directed inquiry process, the child will answer this question by exploring the resources, following the outlined procedures of each activity, collecting data, and drawing conclusions. In some instances, parents might need to help children with certain parts of the activity. Following the directed inquiry, the child will be given an opportunity to expand and demonstrate scientific reasoning by modifying the investigation and designing his or her own experiments to illustrate the concept. Utilizing these activities will encourage every child to think like a scientist and encourage him or her to be inquisitive.
This curriculum has been modified specifically for homeschool families. At times, there may be references to print or digital components that are not included within the homeschool bundle. This will not hinder your child's successful completion of the course.