Your kids can enjoy ALL 7 Learning About Science Level 1 titles in this bundle plus enjoy decoding activities, dot to dot and tracing activities, cut and paste activities, drawing activities, mazes, a color by code, a multiple choice puzzle, and more with the Learning About Science Activities unit and sharpen penmanship skills with Handwriting Practice with Science. See a preview of each title at the links below.
Learning About Science Level 1
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. Perfect for 1st-3rd grade! 172 pages total. Ages 5-7.
This collection is a great introduction to numerous core science topics. If you wish to make it a full-year science curriculum, you may wish to add things such as books from the library, unit studies, and experiments or hands-on activities. See a preview of each title at the links below.
All measurements are given in both English and metric. This title does not discuss origins or the age of the earth. If you would like to explore the topics in this book from a Creation science worldview, a free download is included with links to numerous free resources to help you do that.
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. Habitats include: African savanna, arctic, desert, Australian bush, Antarctica, beach, cave, coral reef, cypress swamp, farm, fresh water, prairie, forest, bamboo forest, rain forest, mountain, your home (for your pets), and ocean. Animals include: African lion, impala, African wild dog, giraffe, zebra, vulture, hippopotamus, caribou, harp seal, polar bear, puffin, narwhal, walrus, ostrich, meerkat, desert tortoise, camel, fennec, gecko, bandicoot, emu, frilled lizard, kangaroo, koala, wombat, emperor penguin, blue whale, Weddell seal, starfish, sea anemone, hermit crab, Tasmanian devil, American black bear, bat, sea urchin, pufferfish, triggerfish, egret, manatee, alligator, horse, goat, cow, rooster, duck, pig, muskrat, frog, turtle, quail, bison, badger, deer, hedgehog, fox, gorilla, bongo antelope, African elephant, panda, uakari, agouti, chameleon, giant anteater, snow leopard, yak, argali, dog, hamster, cat, goldfish, cockatoo, rabbit, clownfish, lobster, hammerhead shark, dolphin, squid, and humpback whale.
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.
Exploring States of Matter: Explore why matter has three states and how some matter can change states with this unit. Students can personalize this book by coloring the illustrations and tracing the key words in the space provided. Incorporate some fun and handwriting practice into science. A review activity sheet with answer key is also included. 12 pages total.
Earth: Layers, Earthquakes & 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. Students can personalize this book by coloring the illustrations and tracing the key words in the space provided. Incorporate some fun and handwriting practice into science. A review activity sheet with answer key is also included. 12 pages total.
Discussion Helps: Free discussion guide to help you explore the topics in the Learning About Science Level 1 series from a Creation science worldview.
Learning About Science Activities and Handwriting Practice with Science
Learning About Science Activities: Help your students have fun while reviewing key terms, definitions, and concepts related to early learning science topics with Learning About Science Activities. Students can review animal habitats, animal life cycles, the parts of a plant, the five senses, body systems, common fruits and vegetables, states of matter, layers of the earth, earthquakes, and volcanoes. There are decoding activities, dot to dot and tracing activities, cut and paste activities, drawing activities, mazes, a color by code, a multiple choice puzzle, and more. Answer key is included. 38 pages total. Ages 5-7.
Handwriting Practice with Science: Your children can have fun practicing their handwriting skills with these 49 science-themed sentences. Each sentence includes 2 keywords for them to practice writing and space for them to both trace and independently write each word, for a total of 98 keywords practiced throughout the book. At the end of the book are 27 bonus science-related words they can trace and write. Science topics include habitats, layers of the earth, earthquakes, volcanoes, states of matter, parts of plants, fruits and vegetables, life cycles, and human body systems. This is a great way to add some handwriting practice to your day and encourage reluctant writers. 59 total pages. Available in print and cursive handwriting versions. Ages 5-10.