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Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers Paperback – June 9, 2011
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This collection of fun science lessons and activities are designed to offer hands on experiments that will satisfy the curious nature of children, while making it easier for parents to teach science.
--Kathy Davis of HomeschoolBuzz.com
If you're looking for a science unit study homeschool program that is easy to use and is comprehensive and worth using, then you should check out "Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers." I recently read through the book and really liked what I saw.
--Heidi Johnson of Homeschoolhowto.com--
I think "Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers" is a good value and provides a lot of fun, hands-on science for homeschoolers.
--Courtney Larson, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine
....the conversational style and logical, easy-to-follow instructions certainly make this a recommended and useful tool for any parent; especially those that may be uncomfortable or unfamiliar with teaching science.
--Jeanie Frias of California Homeschooler
The wealth of information included therein is amazing and the material is novice friendly. I would definitely recommend "Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers".
-- Bridgette Taylor with Hearts at Home Curriculum--
About the Author
Susan Kilbride is a homeschooling mother with a degree in biology. A few years ago she noticed that many homeschooling parents are either uncomfortable teaching their children science, or just don’t have the time to do the necessary research to teach their children science. Susan wrote this book with these parents in mind, using the same methods that she used when teaching her own son.