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Science 2018-2019

At 3:00 pm we do Nature Study, Art, and Science

We plan to do our science lessons twice a week

with nature study and art lessons sprinkled throughout.

See our art and nature study here.

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     Science: We divide our lessons into units. This year we will be studying biology and meteorology. We will mostly focus on bugs, plants, seasons, trees, and birds. I am also patiently waiting for The Good and the Beautiful to release their marine biology unit. Their Arthropod unit looks awesome! We might also do mini units for my 8 year old on dinosaurs, the human body, and inventors.

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     We love the Welcome to the Museum series and the Usborne beginner books for studying different science topics. We will use Apologia textbooks as a reference guide. I know my oldest will have a million questions and want to research things further.

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And cant forget the magic school bus via Netflix.

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Resources:

(more books will be added soon)

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The Big Book of Bugs
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Usborne Beginner Science Set

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