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Exploring Creation with Physical Science 4th Ed Book Set

Written from a biblical worldview, Exploring Creation with Physical Science, 4th Edition will lead students to appreciate, understand, and grasp the wonders of God’s creation while exploring chemistry, physics, earth science, and scientific research. Intentionally redesigned to accommodate students at a variety of learning levels, this curriculum visually cues students to basic or advanced levels of study—all within the same textbook.  This course is designed to be the last science course a student takes before high school biology. We generally recommend it as an 8th-grade course, but students can use it for their 9th-grade coursework.

This 4th Edition is written to excite and engage students with rich, conversational text and hands-on learning through labs and activities. To achieve mastery of the topics, students will answer daily comprehension questions, review study guides, and complete tests.  Topics covered are atomic structure, the periodic table, chemical bonds, reactions, motion, forces, energy, waves, sound, light, electricity, magnetism, Earth’s structure, weather, and atmosphere. 

This course contains 15 modules, and each module generally takes two weeks to complete. A typical week requires studying science for about 1 hour a day for 4-days. During this time, students will read the textbook assignment and answer On Your Own questions to test their comprehension before moving forward. Students will then self-check their answers against the detailed solutions given at the end of each module. A study guide at the end of each module helps students review what they have learned before the taking the test.  Answers are in the course guide/answer key book.

This book set includes:

  • the softcover textbook and
  • a course guide/answer key, which includes one set of perforated test pages as well.

Extra Test pages are available for purchase if you are teaching more than one student.

A Student Notebook (sold separately or as part of the bundle) provides a place for to record their notes as they’re reading and help them write informal and formal lab reports. It also has an organized, complete lesson plan for the year, which lets students check off their progress as they work their way through. 

AuthorVicki Dincher
Product CodeSC1099
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