Homeschool Earth Science Curriculum – Review & Giveaway!


Guys, I seriously could not be more excited to share this Creation Science for Kids – Earth Science Unit by Mia of Homeschool Curriculum Co. with you.  As you already know, I fell in love with the Creation Science for Kids – Biology Study Unit.  Well, I fell even harder & more quickly this time.

Opening a science curriculum and reading integration of the Bible in every part is like a breath of fresh air.  Digging into the Word of God, while talking science, is exactly what I want our homeschooling to be like.  Having a curriculum written that way, for me to use, makes it so much easier! 

The Biology Study Unit is just over 50 pages long with 12 lessons, designed to match up week by week with our CC memory work, and full color graphics.  Click here to see the list of lesson titles and for free sample unit pages.

It is simply and well written; easy enough for my younger littles to follow along and engaging enough for my oldest little to embrace.  Each lesson involves discussion questions, which are great and can be done as a group or as independent study for older scholars.  If you’re like me and science is one of your weaker areas, this curriculum can help fill in the gaps for you.  

Also, it’s affordable – $4.99 for the e-book which is full color & printable –  and written by a homeschooling mom, like us! When possible, it’s always a joy to support another homeschooling mom.

As I said in my review of the Biology Study Unit, I don’t actually print out the lessons.  Rather, I pull up my downloaded book, and we read it together on my computer screen.  Anything on the computer feels like a treat to my littles, so that works great for us.    

So, check out the website and view the sample lesson pages! & Please enter the giveaway here.  Mia has graciously offered a free copy of Creation Science for Kids – Earth Science Unit to two lucky readers.  The giveaway will end on Monday, January 14th, 2013, at 11:59pm.  The winner will be announced on Tuesday, January 15th, 2013.  Because I know y’all will want to use this right away, I’m keeping the entrance time short! Plus, it’s like giving a present; once I have it, I don’t want to wait long to give it away! : )

There are 4 ways to enter: 1) leave a comment below, 2) sign up to follow my blog by RSS feed, 3) “like” Classical Conversations at Home on Facebook, and/or 4) share my Facebook page, Classical Conversations at Home, on your page.  If you share my page, please be sure to leave me a comment on FB so I know! As an added bonus, if my FB page reaches 100 likes before the contest entrance period ends, I’ll give everyone who FB shared my page an additional entrance.  Woo! If you do all 4 ways, you’ll be entered 4 times.












Comments

  1. says

    This is so great!!!!! All the earth books at the library make mention of the earth being millions of years old. Finally something from a biblical perspective.

  2. Nichole Acker says

    Hey Beth! Thanks for sharing! I will def have to pick your brain for some more great homeschooling curriculum in the near future!

  3. says

    I’m not in a CC co-op, but I do a lot of the same things! This science curriculum looks super cool! I’m commenting, liked the FB page, and shared the FB page. Please put me down for three chances to win! Thanks for having a give-away!

  4. Sarah Sanders says

    I liked and shared your FB page, and am excited to check out all of the resources you’ve got listed. Thank you for doing this!

  5. says

    I just started my little boy in CC last week and would love to have this to supplement with! Thanks so much for your blog. I am loving it so far. So glad I found you!

  6. Erica Smith says

    Hi Beth,
    I’m beginning to organize my resources and ideas for cycle 1 and came across this post. The links for the creation science study are not current now. Do you by chance know if this is still available?

    Thanks so much!
    Erica

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