Bob Jones Science, K-8

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From Bob Jones Homeschooling’s website:

Science 1 will help get your student started on the path to scientfic inquiry. Topics of study include: the senses, weather, seasons, health & safety, sound, animals, matter, forces, planets, and the sun, moon, and stars. Science process skills are introduced and developed through participation in hands-on activities and projects.

Science 2 opens the world of science with engaging, colorful pages and understandable text. Students will explore many points of curiosity such as how plants grow, where animals live and how light works. Most chapters include science activities which allow students to demonstrate what they learn in class.

Science 3 provides age-appropriate scientific information through text, diagrams, and charts, as well as annotated photographs and illustrations. Special interest boxes occur throughout the book and Quick Check sections are included in all text lessons. The Student Text also contains instructions for experiments, activities, and projects.

Science 4 provides age-appropriate scientific information through text, diagrams, graphs and charts, and annotated photographs and illustrations. Special interest boxes and Quick Check sections are included in all text lessons. The Student Text also contains instructions for experiments, activities, and projects.

Science 5 explores God’s creation in a study of minerals and rocks, fossils, matter and heat, sound and light, weather, ecosystems, and the respiratory and circulatory systems. Students develop science process skills by participating in hands-on activities and projects. The Science 5 student text provides fascinating scientific information through understandable text, charts, diagrams, and colorful photographs and illustrations. The student text also contains detailed instructions for all experiments, activities, and projects.

Science 6 reveals the incredible intricacies of cells and organisms, matter and energy, astronomy, heredity, the nervous system, and the immune system. This elementary science curriculum includes engaging, but manageable science experiments, science projects, diagrams and charts as well as periodic reviews.

Life Science, for 7th grade, provides a thorough overview of the life sciences but now in two volumes with larger format and single-column text. Activity pages with color illustrations and photographs are included in the back of the student text. Objectives are listed at the beginning of each section, and self quizzes and regular review questions are at the end of each chapter. There is increased emphasis on Bible integration as well as career features, increased compliance with national and state science standards, enhanced appendices on classification and biomes, and an expanded glossary and index

Space and Earth Science, for 8th grade, guides students in an examination of God’s handiwork. Affirming the young earth creationist view of the Earth’s history and disproving the evolutionary views pervading the scientific community and modern culture, the science curriculum presents an engaging study of scientific philosophies and models, meteorology, geology, and oceanography.

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