Science Logic Curriculum is an inquiry-based, hands-on science curriculum for middle-level students (the dialectic or logic stage). Each unit incorporates background information, literature connections, and suggested long-term projects. The units can be used independently or combined for a complete academic year curriculum. The order in which the units are taught is very flexible. You may wish to focus on one discipline each year. Alternatively, you may prefer a multidisciplinary approach and thereby select one unit from each discipline.
My goal in writing this hands-on science curriculum is to provide a science curriculum that will challenge your middle-level child and instill a love of science. I have included hands-on activities every week, readings, as well as long-term projects. All of the activities described have been field tested in the public school and homeschool settings with students in the 4th-8th grade. The lessons are written with homeschooling families in mind but can also be easily adapted to a co-op or classroom.
Life Logic: Dialectic Stage Life Sciences is an inquiry based, hands-on life science curriculum for middle school students. It is created to provide teachers with the tools and inspiration to engage their students in meaningful, hands-on science and service learning experiences through tangible curriculum, shared resources, and real-world contexts. The curriculum was field tested in the public school classroom and modified for the homeschool or co-op setting. Life Logic is comprised of three disciplines (Botany, Zoology, and Ecology). The units can stand alone or can be combined for a complete academic year curriculum.
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