This student journal contains prompts and comprehension questions to help students record their observations and findings of the experiments in the corresponding "textbook." The interactive exercises help students absorb the concepts taught in the lessons as well as developing organizational and critical thinking skills.
This innovative resource is designed to be a delightful first look at physical science for elementary students. Complete with fun and easy-to-do activities, the book explains important concepts in easy to understand language. It then helps to reinforce the material with activities that explore the world around us. From friction to speed and much more, this new series is both creation-science-based and built on National Science standards.
Sample topics include: wind-up walking toys, friction activities, how birds are designed to be streamlined, a floating pencil race, mighty conquering catapults, and what floats your boat.
Forces and Motion - Student Journal
Publisher: Master Books
Page Count: 32
Series: Investigate the Possibilities
Author: Tom DeRose, Carolyn Reeves
Age: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Grade: 3, 4, 5, 6
Topic: Science, Creationism