Science 3/4 B

Course #:

SCI

1-124

Division:

Natural Science

Department:

Elementary Science

Suggested Age:

7-9

Prerequisites:

None except the ability to read

Science 3/4 B

Course Description:

Note: Science 3/4 is on a two-year cycle


Science 4 – Used in Academic Years (2021-2022), (2023-2024)


Purpose

Using Bob Jones Science 4 as the spine, students will explore many different facets of science. Major topics of study will include the moon, light, electricity, magnetism, simple machine, water and oceans, the digestive system, bones and muscles, ecosystems, plants, weathering and erosion, natural resources and insects. Each week, the class will feature interesting activities and experiments designed to help kids discover the amazing world in which we live. Highlights of the semester will include designing electrical circuits, learning about lasers, and making a model of the surface of the moon. Students will enjoy using the microscope to view algae, moss, and insect parts. In addition to exciting experiments, we will play fun review games, watch interesting movies, and students will supplement their learning with occasional webquests.

Curriculum/Materials:

Note: The instructor has chosen Bob Jones textbooks because they are colorful, engaging, academically challenging, and most importantly show that all of science and nature point to the Creator.

This course is taught from a Christian, creationist viewpoint.