The Materials for Earth Science
Moves the student from the lithosphere of the earth itself to the hydrosphere in and on the earth to the atmosphere surrounding the earth and finally out into space visiting the solar system and the rest of the universe. All of this is a quest to understand God’s created world. Case studies and other activities encourage students to think like scientists as they develop a biblical perspective of earth and space.
Supports teachers in implementing effective teaching practices for a sound curriculum framework in earth science. It features icon-coded items like weblinks and demonstrations, complete answers to hundreds of review questions, and information to provide a thorough background to the textbook material.
Gets students exploring God’s world both in the lab and in the great outdoors. This lab manual helps students learn about life, not just through dissections, but also through observing, recording, and analyzing samples and data from the living world to make models, predictions, and graphs. It also introduces students to inquiry-based labs and a STEM activity.
Provides suggested answers and typical values for lab activities the students will perform. It includes suggested sources for equipment and materials, as well as directions for set-up and guiding principles for performing activities.
Assess students’ knowledge and understanding of key concepts. The tests give many opportunities for students to infer information from images.
Provides over-print answers as teachers assess their students’ knowledge and understanding of key concepts.