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Water & Weather: Homeschooling Science review

 

It’s that time of the month and the book we Moms of Master Books have received free to review is actually an Elementary General Science book called Water & Weather, From the Flood to Forecasts by Tom DeRosa and Carolyn Reeves. Opinions are my own.

 

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Inside Water & Weather you’ll find 20 investigations designed for grades 3rd -6th. Each section should be done in order  to get the most out of this book.  “The learning progression recommended for this book is: engage, investigate, explain, apply, expand, and assess.” Almost every investigation involves gathering supplies for a hands on  project.

 

This is a Christian world-view book that emphasizes God’s creation. Some of the investigations are as follows:

  • In the beginning God created dinosaurs
  • Digging in and reconstructing fossils
  • Can rocks tell time?
  • Ocean Zones, from light to dark places
  • God’s system of purifying water

and more.

 

I’m excited about the potential for using this book as a science curriculum. It’s softcover and only $12.99. At the very end there is a Glossary of vocabulary words and definitions which could be used as spelling words and vocabulary for memorization. We haven’t started using it yet, but I hope to begin soon. If not this last half of the school year, perhaps over the summer.

 

Just FYI: There are at least four more books like this on different topics covering Matter, The Earth, Forces & Motion, and Energy.

 

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Join us Moms of Master Books this Tuesday, February 26th at 9pm EST  at the Master Books Facebook Page for our monthly party.

Prizes will be given away as we chat about this book!

 

 

::Water & Weather is sold on Amazon (my affiliate link –>) here and at the publisher’s website (New Leaf) here.

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Tracy Zdelar

Owner/Editor at Hall of Fame Moms
Trying to keep the main thing, the main thing - in the midst of my busy life. I work from home and as a Classical Conversations tutor so I can stay at home and homeschool my boys. I also write for free coffee and use these :) - alot!

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2 Comments

  1. This looks like a great series!

    Stopping by from the Blog Challenge. I was born and raised in Canton. Small world!

    • Ah, always nice to meet someone from Ohio :)

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