Join Abigail, Henry, Grace, and their lively Fox Terrier, Beowulf, in this companion activity book to The Science of Seasons!
Far more than a typical activity book, The Science of Seasons Learn-and-Play Activities book contains a highly varied assortment of cross-curricular lessons and projects, which will engage children on many different levels. You get over 100 pages stuffed full of engaging things to learn and do that expand on the topics in The Science of Seasons. Kids can bring to life the lessons they are learning with character cutouts and playsets, fill out the make your own comic templates, and create a globe of the earth for fun experiments. Some of the activities and lessons include:
- Art projects
- Copywork assignments
- Cutout playsets and figures
- Greek & Latin roots
- Lapbook style cutouts
- Language & culture study
- Make your own comic book templates and cutouts
- Vocabulary activities and cutout cards
- ..and much more!
Click here for a list of topics, activities, and learning points that are featured in The Science of Seasons Learn-and-Play Activities book.
Click here for a supply list.
When you click “Purchase Product”, you will be taken to CreateSpace to order a copy of the softcover book. The softcover version of the activity book differs from the PDF in that the PDF was optimized for printing purposes. See the example below:
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You may print out or make photocopies of the activity book pages for use WITHIN YOUR OWN FAMILY ONLY.
Check out the FREE curriculum schedule for The Science of Seasons set of books that incorporates other great books, resources, online videos and more!
Keep scrolling down to see some sample screenshots and some downloadable freebies!
A sampling of the pages (thumbnails do not enlarge) from the softcover book (the PDF doesn’t have as much background color):
I feel there is a great need for wholesome, fun, Christian-friendly books on a variety of integrated topics. My books are evolution-free, feature kids who dress modestly, and the relationship between siblings is loving, but realistic. I’ve created books I would feel good handing to my own children. My characters are respectful to their parents and readers don’t have to worry about the all too pervasive societal pressure creeping into my stories. At the same time, I want children’s eyes opened to the larger world around them, by introducing other cultures and moving beyond the boundaries of the United States. God has made an amazing world and I want kids to see that in my books. I strive to present characters that are innocent, intelligent and inquisitive.
While my books are God honoring, I don’t think they are preachy, and families who aren’t Christian can still benefit from the solid science concepts, information about other cultures and a fun story with interesting activities.
I hope your family loves learning with Abigail, Henry, Grace, and Beowulf!