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All Focus On Books

All Focus On Books

School

I love this program. This is real science from an actual scientist, written in a way that is accessible to students. She doesn’t talk down to the student, and the material is fairly advanced. To keep using Chapter 11 as an example, the student is introduced to the concept of static electricity (the common term) and electrostatic charge (the physics term). They learn about electric charges in general, and then about the Van de Graaff Generator. There is some math in section 11.4 as they learn about electric force and Coulomb’s Law. They move on to learn about electric fields, including more math concepts. Electric Potential Energy and then Electrostatic Induction round out the chapter.”

-The Old Schoolhouse

Look

I wasn’t quite sure how to teach her microscope basics. After all, my college textbook was a little too advanced. I still wanted her to have a chance to learn it without me hovering somewhere nearby Enter Real Science-4-Kids! This homeschool science program for grade 6 offers plenty of hands-on biology lessons and experiments!

-Look We’re Learning

Raising

The books I received are for 1st grade (Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Book 1) and right off the bat just skimming through I was immediately impressed with the concepts they are introducing for this age group. The book covers what science is, explores the history of science and teaches the scientific method. It then moves on to teaching Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Geology and Astronomy! All in an age appropriate but not watered down way. As Dr. Keller puts it, “My strategy is to introduce the ‘real’ science concepts from the beginning at an appropriate pace for each level.

-Raising Da Vinci

Michelle

I love this program. This is real science from an actual scientist, written in a way that is accessible to students. She doesn’t talk down to the student, and the material is fairly advanced.

-Michelle

Madison

I was immediately impressed with the concepts they are introducing for this age group. The book covers what science is, explores the history of science and teaches the scientific method… All in an age appropriate but not watered down way.”

-Madison