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Natural Science Series: Matter, Its Changes & Its Properties - student journal.
Well, I think I found my new favorite science. These books are truly fantastic! The labs are fun. The photos and diagrams are stunning. The text is well-written, thorough, and interesting. And, the overall curriculum is set up in such a way as to not be intimidating to use for non-science-minded people such as myself. Students are encouraged to keep a science notebook (or, to make it really easy, you can purchase the ones that are designed for this program). I love notebooking. You really get a sense of what your child has learned when they create notebooks. Generally, I don’t like pre-made notebooks, because they turn the highly-educational task of notebooking into a color-cut-and-paste activity. However, these notebooks are really just templates and blanks for your student to organize his material. No color-cut-and-paste. The entire course is so flexible. It’s very inexpensive. The teacher material and text, though softcover, are not consumable. The student journals are consumable. Precaution: The labs do involve some unusual items. These aren’t necessarily hard to find, but you most likely won’t have these items just laying around your house. So, you’ll want to make sure to check the printable materials list here and shop for or borrow all your items before the school year begins. The vast majority of the items are things you WILL have around your house – but I wanted to give you this warning so that you’ll be prepared.
Create a positive reaction to chemistry and save your findings here! In this student journal for the Investigate the Possibilities series, you will find an essential place to record your investigative information, as well as a place for projects, ideas, and reflections on your learning.
The Student Journal contains:
Get ready to explore chemistry like never before and find in depth facts about God's amazing world all around you!
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