Sabbath Mood Homeschool Living Science Study Guide Form 3 Weather: Accompanying the book Look at the Sky and Tell the Weather by Eric Sloane (SMH Living Science Form 3-4 Guides (Grades 7-9))
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This study guide accompanies the living book Look at the Sky and Tell the Weather by Eric Sloane.
Please Note. Though the text does not include religious content, this study guide does. If you require a secular version, please visit SabbathMoodHomeschool.com.
Other items you may wish to purchase to complement this course:
- The course Supply List can be found at SabbathMoodHomeschool.com/form3-supply-lists.
This study guide includes 33 lessons, each requiring approximately 30-40 minutes. You can either schedule it:
- Three times a week for 11 weeks allowing for exams during the 12th week, or
- Once a week for an entire year, allowing time for exams at the end of each term, and including other science subjects on the other days of the week.
To learn more about scheduling a Charlotte Mason style science curriculum, read the article “Charlotte Mason’s Streams of Science” at SabbathMoodHomeschool.com/2016/08/masons-streams-of-science/.
The following tools and prompts are included:
- Reading assignments
- Narration and discussion prompts
- Activities and experiments related to the reading
- Supplemental current events, books, videos, and article suggestions
- Leisure reading options
- Exam questions
Charlotte Mason’s goal for school science was to instill a sense of wonder and awe in students and to provide them with the common information that allows for scientific literacy. Books must be selected carefully, and relevant experiments need to be included. Lessons should be prepared, and of course, exam questions written for the end of the term. Many parents and teachers see the importance of Charlotte Mason’s methods for science education. However, they may not have the time to prepare such a program or know where to begin. Using Sabbath Mood Homeschool’s Living Science Curriculum will provide confidence that your children are feasting on a living science education. A curriculum that promotes wonder and admiration while preparing them to be scientifically literate citizens.
Publisher:Independently published (October 17, 2016)
Item Weight:8 ounces
Dimensions:8.5 x 0.16 x 11 inches