Science Level A Homeschool Set

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Recommended for Grade 1. This Set contains the Level A Teacher and Student books required for full year (36 weeks) of lessons in Life, Earth and Physical sciences. Includes step-by-step instructions for weekly hands-on activities to engage your kids in learning fundamental concepts; supplies are sold separately.

Homeschool Set includes:

NOTE:  the Homeschool Set does not include the Level A Materials Kit. To purchase a case containing supplies for the experiments in addition to the student and teacher books, see the Science Level A Homeschool Pack.

Download the Weekly Materials List, a sample Teacher's lesson plan or the Level A Scope & Sequence.

Both the Teacher Guidebook and Student Worktext are 100% recyclable.


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Going great!

We are about to start our 3rd week in this curriculum and it is going great! I love how this curriculum teaches with hands-on experiments. There are some writing portions that are a little above my son's level, but it is easily adaptable just to discuss and verbally answer the observation questions. We enjoy the scripture connection also! There is a materials kit that goes along with this curriculum that is helpful for materials you might not have on hand in your house. [Source: Christian Book, September 4, 2018]

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Kira
Going great!

We are about to start our 3rd week in this curriculum and it is going great! I love how this curriculum teaches with hands-on experiments. There are some writing portions that are a little above my son's level, but it is easily adaptable just to discuss and verbally answer the observation questions. We enjoy the scripture connection also! There is a materials kit that goes along with this curriculum that is helpful for materials you might not have on hand in your house. [Source: Christian Book, September 4, 2018]