Guest Hollow’s Science of Seasons Curriculum Online Schedule

Guest Hollow's Science of the Seasons Curriculum
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Week 1Bible: The seasons
Language Arts: Quotation marks, writing comics with dialogue, copywork
Science: Making a science journal, Reading through The Science of the Seasons
Week 2Art: Sun paper prints
Bible: The Day the Sun Stood Still
Greek & Latin roots: equinox, vernal, perihelion, aphelion, solstice, latitude, migrate, hibernate
Language arts: spelling “ph” words, writing a report, writing lapbook information
Science: The sun, stars, what causes day and night, tilt of the earth
Week 3Art: Making a Papier-mâché globe
Bible: The parable of the sower
Geography: continents & oceans
Math: angles, using a protractor
Science: soil temperature, germination, photosynthesis (basic), hydroponics, tilt of the earth
Week 4Week 4
Bible: Let Your Light Shine
Geography: the Arctic
Math: visualizing a million
Music (and history): Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
Science: the science behind the seasons, solstices and equinoxes, perihelion, aphelion, direct and indirect sunlight, earth’s orbit, capillary action in plants, differing amounts of light in the arctic
Week 5Bible: Positive and negative attitudes
Language arts: reading skills
Math: temperature, finding an average, graphs, negative numbers, recording time
Science: seasonal temperatures, broadleaf vs. conifers, tree sap, buds
Week 6Art: northern lights project
Bible: The Bible is our compass
Geography: Australia, labeling a map
Science: northern lights, earth’s poles, making a compass, tree bark, the age of a tree, states of matter
Week 7Art: making paper
Bible: Rain go away (story & lesson)
Language arts: copywork
Science: condensation (rain in a jar experiment), observing birds, spring
Week 8Bible: New life in Christ (like the butterfly)
Language arts: verbs and adjectives, copywork
Science: migrating animals, butterflies and caterpillars
Week 9Art: make a pop-up card
Bible: Satan is our enemy
Geography & Culture: Japan and Japanese writing systems, traditions, etc.
Science: baby animals, camouflage, animal homes, predators, colors are warnings
Week 10Bible: Elijah’s prayer for rain
Language arts: vocabulary, copywork
Science: growth in animal & human babies, spring weather, make a cloud experiment, summer solstice, weather, types of clouds, floods
Week 11Bible: Jesus calmed the storm
Geography:  latitude and longitude, GPS
Language arts: vocabulary, adjectives
Science: stormy weather, fall
Week 12Art: How illustrations are made, using a grid method to draw, seeing negative space, making a wind chime
Bible: “Fall” on your knees and pray
Language Arts: vocabulary, copywork, writing a recipe
Science: Why leaves change color, wind, fall
Week 13Art: paper cutting
Bible: Whiter Than Snow
Language arts: copywork, vocabulary, winter poetry
Science: winter, snow
Week 14Bible: A volcanic creation
Language arts: poetry, famous writers, writing holiday memories, writing a recipe
Science: volcanoes

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