Physical Science, 4th. ed.
Physical Science, 4th ed. Resources
About Physical Science, 4th. ed.
Physical Science Student Worktext (4th ed.) is an exciting and engaging introduction to the world
of physics and chemistry. Designed and written for 9th graders, it provides the necessary foundation of
knowledge and theory for subsequent science courses, including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. This
textbook also shows that true science involves glorifying God and serving our fellow humans in some capacity.
Through practical Bible integration, students learn that a Christian worldview permeates true science. The
textbook does not assume any prior knowledge in physics or chemistry, other than normal life experiences. It
erects a scaffold of basic information regarding matter and measurement early in the text; then builds on that
beginning the essential information in classical physics, work and energy, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism,
sound, light, and optics. After grasping these topics, students are equipped to study the structure of the atom,
compounds and chemical reactions, and mixtures and solutions.
Lab Manual Links
- Safety Marking —(NFPA | PPG)
- Boyle’s Law Apparatus—Home Training Tools
- Holographic Diffraction Grating—Science First® (formerly Learning Technologies, Inc.)
- Mini-Solar Panel—Sundance Solar, Inc.
Science Supplier Links
- Solar Power Supplies & Kits—Sundance Solar, Inc.
- Optical and Astronomy Products—Learning Technologies, Inc
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