Guide your students in becoming scientists through a study of what scientists do. Your students will study living things, plants, environments, fossils, and dinosaurs, parts of the earth, natural resources, how the earth moves, light and shadows, how things move, heat, and the systems of the body. Science process skills are developed by participating in hands-on activites and projects.
Teacher's Edition with CD—one semester's worth of lessons; includes discussion guides, easy-to-do demonstrations and activities, cross-curricular links, rubrics, research and project ideas; CD contains information for science fairs, reproducibles (some in color).
Science 2 Teacher's Edition with CD (3rd ed.) is rated
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Rated 4 out of
A little overwhelming for first-timer!It took a while to get the flow of the book - a lot is going on but it has everything you would need to say ;) Some things it expects you to find (like specific animal photos) which I wish it provided. I love how it integrated some music, art & bible!
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 5 out of
Great resourceThis book is easy to move through yet presents quality material that keeps the student interested and challenged. The experiments are engaging and it ties into the involvement of God with scientific principles instead of making it two unrelated areas of study.