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Learning About Science Collections

 

I have a sweet new product that I want to share with you my fellow homeschool mamas! Bonnie Rose from Write Bonnie Rose has new learning about science collections available on her site and I seriously did not want you to miss out on these adorably wonderful science units for your kiddos. If you know anything about the Write Bonnie Rose site you already know that she puts out some awesome homeschool resources that are wonderful additions to your everyday studies.

Learning About Science Collection, Level 1

 

  • Familiar Plants and How They Grow
  • Fruits and Vegetables Around the World
  • Animal Habitats of the World
  • Our Senses and Systems and How They Work
  • Learning About Life Cycles
  • Earth: Layers, Earthquakes, and Volcanoes
  • Exploring States of Matter
  • Learning About Science Collection-Level 1 Discussion Helps

 

Grades: 1st-3rd
Value: $14.43

 

 

A small bit about this collection:

 

Take your younger elementary students on an exploration of life science, earth science, and physical science with the Learning About Science Collection, Level 1. These seven books study how plants grow, common fruits and vegetables, animal habitats, senses and body systems, life cycles, the earth’s layers, earthquakes, volcanoes, states of matter, and more. Students can personalize each book by coloring the illustrations and tracing the key words in the space provided. Incorporate some fun and handwriting practice into science. Review activity sheets with answer keys are included. There are 172 pages total in the collection.

Familiar Plants and How They Grow: Learn about the key parts of a plant such as the seeds, flower, pistil, stamen, stem, and roots, as well as what makes a plant a plant and the life cycle of flowering plants with this unit. 14 pages total.

Fruits and Vegetables Around the World: Discover 28 fruits and 28 vegetables, along with tidbits such as what makes them special, what they are used for, where they are grown, and more. 37 pages total.

Animal Habitats of the World: Introduce kids to 78 animals and 18 habitats. Learn about where they live, what kind of habitat they need, what they like to eat, and more. 51 pages total.

Our Senses and Systems and How They Work: In this unit, kids have a chance to review the five senses and how we use them and then learn what some of the major body systems do, such as the circulatory system, digestive system, respiratory system, urinary system, nervous system, muscular system, and skeletal system. 19 pages total.

Learning About Life Cycles: What exactly is a life cycle? Students have the chance to find out in this unit as they learn about the cycle of changes the arctic fox, harp seal, platypus, rabbit, reindeer, walrus, barn owl, chicken, penguin, puffin, alligator, crocodile, sea turtle, frog, ant, butterfly, earthworm, honey bee, ladybug, and mosquito undergo through their lives. Key terms such as hatchling, larva, pupa, pup, and more are included. 27 pages total.

Earth: Layers, Earthquakes, and Volcanoes: Introduce students to the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core of the earth as you learn about the earth’s layers and then discover how the movement of plates can produce earthquakes and the movement of magma can produce volcanic eruptions. 12 pages total.

Exploring States of Matter: Explore why matter has three states and how some matter can change states with this unit. 12 pages total.

Learning About Science Collection, Level 2

 

  • Understanding Food Chains
  • Why Do Animals Hibernate?
  • Plants: How They Grow and How They Help Us
  • A Closer Look at Body Systems
  • The Cycle of Water and Types of Clouds
  • The Solar System: Planets, Earth’s Moon, and Constellations
  • Forces and Simple Machines
  • Scientists and the Scientific Method
  • Learning About Science Collection – Level 2 Discussion Helps

 

Grades: 1st-3rd
Value: $15.92

A little bit about the collection:

 

Take your younger elementary students on an exploration of life science, earth science, and physical science with the Learning About Science Collection, Level 2. These eight books study what an ecosystem is, how food chains work, why animals hibernate, how plants grow, some of the ways we use plants, major body systems and key organs and tissues, the water cycle, types of clouds, the planets, constellations, forces, simple machines, the scientific method, famous scientists, and more. Students can personalize each book by coloring the illustrations and tracing the key words in the space provided. Incorporate some fun and handwriting practice into science. Review activity sheets with answer keys are included. There are 163 pages total in this collection.

Understanding Food Chains: What is an ecosystem, and how does the sun play an important part in what every living thing eats? Find the answers to these questions and much more in this unit about food chains. Students discover what a food chain is, how animals can be both predators and prey, and how every food chain starts with the sun as they learn about food chains of animals that live in the arctic, Australian woodlands, boreal forests, coniferous forests, deciduous forests, deserts, grasslands, marshes, mountains, oceans, ponds, rain forests, and the tundra. 21 pages total.

Why Do Animals Hibernate? Students learn about hibernation and other ways animals survive the winter months in this unit by looking at the life of a bat, bear, chipmunk, groundhog, hedgehog, frog, snake, turtle, squirrel, beaver, and raccoon. Also included is a bonus question for each animal to encourage discussion and additional discovery. 25 pages total.

Plants: How They Grow and How They Help Us: Explore the world of plants in this unit that explains pollination as students look at the life cycle of an apple tree, pumpkins, cocoa beans, sunflowers, and conifers. Learn the names of familiar flowers and trees, and take a closer look at some of the many ways we use plants in our everyday lives for food, spices, oils, and many other items. 21 pages total.

A Closer Look at Body Systems: Students discover the roles of key body systems and the major organs, cells, and tissues that make them up in this unit. Take a look at the circulatory system and the job of the heart, arteries, veins, capillaries, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Explore the respiratory system and learn about the nose, lungs, and air sacs. Move into the digestive system and learn about the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, villi, large intestine, and liver. Also covered are the urinary system (kidneys and bladder), nervous system (brain and nerve cells), muscular system (skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, and cardiac muscles), and skeletal system (bone cells). 19 pages total.

The Cycle of Water and Types of Clouds: Students follow the water cycle through this unit as they learn about evaporation, condensation, precipitation, runoff, infiltration, and transpiration, and then learn the shapes of stratus, stratocumulus, altostratus, altocumulus, cirrus, cumulus, and cumulonimbus clouds. 17 pages total.

The Solar System: Planets, Earth’s Moon, and Constellations: Take your students on a tour of the solar system as they discover the sun, planets, satellites, constellations, and more, and introduce them to the phases of the moon with this unit. 26 pages total.

Forces and Simple Machines: Students explore the concepts of motion, distance, and speed; learn about forces such as pushing, pulling, friction, and gravity; and discover the roles of simple machines such as the inclined plane, wheel and axle, lever, wedge, pulley, and screw in the complex machines we use every day. 15 pages total.

Scientists and the Scientific Method: Show your students the steps to the scientific method in this unit, and then introduce them to the jobs of scientists such as physicists, chemists, botanists, zoologists and more. Conclude with a brief look at the lives of 14 famous scientists including Galileo, Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, Benjamin Banneker, Caroline Herschel, Mary Somerville, Thomas Alva Edison, George Washington Carver, Albert Einstein, Alexander Fleming, Willem Kolff, Patricia Bath, Sally Ride, and Mae Jemison. 19 pages total.

Why You Need These Collections

 

As a homeschool mama, these science collections are incredibly handy to have around. I love the fact that they are fun, cute, and educational. It makes my day easier when I can share these printable books with my student and not have to worry about the questionable content.

The author of these science collections is a Christian educational resource creator that I have come to know on a personal level. I am completely confidant that you will enjoy these science collections due to her creationist outlook. She strives to instill the word of God and His amazing creations into very work that she produces. These collections are no different, and it just blesses my mama heart to share them with my student.

The most awesome part that I get to share with you is that you can get BOTH Level 1 and Level 2 science collections now on sale on her website right now AND a chance to get Level 3 at a ginormous discount!

But you have to make sure to go right now, as the sale will end very soon and then you will be paying full price for all three levels!

These awesome science collections are just a teeny tiny tip of the iceberg of creations that Bonnie Rose has on her site, so make sure to visit often to see her newest products. Oh yes, she has TONS of freebies too, so don’t miss those!

In His Grace,

Callie

 

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