Curious Science Class -

Curious Science

Length: 18 months
Content-type: Text-based
Age/Grade: 3rd – 4th Grades
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How to Use This Course

Curious Science is a series of eighteen unit studies designed for elementary students. The majority of the work is perfect for students in 3rd-4th grade. Each unit also includes some activities for younger and older students as well. Through studies of pufferfish, slime eels, dung beetles, fire ants, quicksand, and more, students will get to explore language arts, math, science, art, Bible, and history. Each unit study is divided into twenty daily segments but can be adjusted to meet your family’s schedule.

Course Introduction

From diamonds to quicksand, slime eels to fire ants, this 2-year (72-week) science series incorporates eighteen one-month unit studies that will intrigue, surprise, and fascinate students and parents alike. Designed for elementary grades, each unit includes language arts, math, science, art, Bible, and history for 3rd-4th grade, as well as activities for both younger and older students as well.

  • Unit 1: Pufferfish
  • Unit 2: Quicksand
  • Unit 3: Dung Beetle
  • Unit 4: Blue Diamond
  • Unit 5: Slime Eel
  • Unit 6: MRSA
  • Unit 7: Platypus
  • Unit 8: Snow Rollers
  • Unit 9: Zombie Fire Ants
  • Unit 10: Blue-Footed Booby
  • Unit 11: Vegetarian Spiders
  • Unit 12: Whirlpools
  • Unit 13: Cicada-Killing Wasp
  • Unit 14: Rogue Waves
  • Unit 15: Cave Fish
  • Unit 16: Red Tides
  • Unit 17: Solar Max
  • Unit 18: Velvet Ants

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