Intro to Meteorology and Astronomy Teacher Guide - Slightly Imperfect
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Look up to the sky all year long with the 'Intro to Meteorology and Astronomy Teacher Guide' that will help students learn about clouds, warm and cold fronts, weather stations, constellations, black holes, the moon, supernova remnants, and more as they work their way through the (not-included) books and lesson plans.
Covering 36 weeks of instruction for The Weather Book and The Astronomy Book (both sold-separately), a weekly lesson schedule, student worksheets, quizzes & tests, and an answer key are provided. Pages are grouped by type, rather than by lesson, so parents can easily remove tests and answer keys.
Worksheets and tests include vocabulary to define, short answer questions, Bible-based questions, and activities; the book page numbers and day number are on the top of the worksheets for easy assignment tracking.
By reading The Weather Book and finishing the worksheets, students will learn how the sun allows life on earth, how weather from the opposite side of the globe affects us, how to build a weather station, what Noah's flood and the Ice Age have in common, and more. The Astronomy section of the course covers constellations relation to astrology, black holes, why Mars doesn't support life, asteroid legends and the extinction of the dinosaurs, as well as other related topics.
This course covers 1 year of science (.5 credit) at the recommended schedule of 30-45 minutes per lesson, 3-5 days a week. One book completed per semester is suggested. Reproducible for homeschool families and small classrooms with under 10 students. Line-listed answer keys. Glossary included. NKJV Scripture used. Grades 7-8.
Please Note: The Astronomy Book and the Weather Book are not included. Slightly Imperfect.
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