Lab Kit for Science in the Atomic Age
This Science in the Atomic Age Lab Kit helps students learn all about the intricate and fascinating world of cells, tissues, and organs. Once these concepts have been established, students will dive into an exploration of how cells come together to create tissues, how tissues come together to create organs, and how organs come together to create organ systems. Your student's knowledge will be further expanded as they discover how organ systems are able to produce organisms, and how these organisms relate directly to population and communities.
The fifth book in the Berean Science series, Science in the Atomic Age covers a broad range of topics exciting to students of all ages, particularly preteens and early teens. Beginning with our current understanding of atoms and then transitioning to a full-blown study of life, all topics in Science in the Atomic Age are discussed in the context of history. From atoms to organs and human life, and from communities to ecosystems, your child will learn about fascinating scientific breakthroughs. These include identifying the human appendix's function and the discovery of soft tissue in dinosaur fossils. Your student will also learn science in connection with historical developments and key scientists.
The Science in the Atomic Age Set includes the text as well as the slim Helps & Hints book. Helps & Hints for Science in the Atomic Age contains answers for the review exercises in the text, as well as hints to make checking, correcting, and explaining the students’ work easier. And while the author suggests that testing is unnecessary for most families, he includes tests and test solutions for families who do find it beneficial.
Berean Science offers students an opportunity to study science through the lens of history. Using a narrative dialogue and a Christian worldview, Berean Science teaches science chronologically, so there are vast and varied science topics in each volume. Fairly bursting with experiments - every lesson has some sort of activity - Berean Science’s strong focus on this hands-on component makes it an ideal program for the wigglers in your household.
The hardcover textbooks have lots of full-color illustrations and the lessons are concise but complete, distilling down to the core of what your child needs to know. Activities, all color-coded and easy to find quickly, often involve inexpensive household items, and are the gateway to the exploration of each scientific concept. Lesson material is often just a page or two following each activity, perfect for any child that struggles to sit and pay attention. And because each lesson concludes with questions or additional activities for "younger," "older," and "oldest" students, Berean Science lends itself well to multi-grade homes that prefer to use just one science curriculum for the entire family. Lessons are taught directly from the text, so parents and students share the same book.
Sprinkled throughout the text are optional "challenge" lessons that you are free to skip if time is an issue. Each book has a helpful section in the front that tells you all the materials you will need, broken down per chapter, for doing the experiments. If you would like a convenient, time-saving way to get nearly all of the materials you will need for the experiments, you will find this lab kit super helpful! It is already assembled with virtually every non-household item the curriculum requires, so you won't have to go searching for elusive components. Berean Science is an excellent way to teach science, and a welcomed addition to the Timberdoodle kits.