Friday, May 29, 2009

Science Logic Curriculum

I recently saw this interesting science series. What intrigues me the most is that it is written by a science-teacher-turned-homeschooler mom that I "run into" at a lot of Charlotte Mason and Classical homeschooling sites.

Makita sees as I do a lack of solid middle school science for homeschoolers that is not written from a Creationist perspective. (It's great that such excellent Creationist material is available, BTW, since you are unlikely to find anything about it at your local library.)

As a result she created Science Logic: Sciences for the Logic Stage. While I have not seen the whole package, she has a free sample download of her first one, Earth Logic, and it looks excellent. You can order it spiral bound, unbound, or as a pdf file. She plans on releasing Life Logic and Physics Logic later in the year. Nice job, Makita!

3 comments:

Makita said...

Thank you so much for the shout out! It has been a fun journey putting this together.

My goal is to create 3 collections (Earth, Life & Physics). Within each there will likely be 3 units. The first unit for the Earth collection is available. Other units are forthcoming soon. All units can stand alone or can be used in conjunction with one another. :D

Kris said...

Sounds great--you put a lot of work into this series!

Momma Snail said...

Kris,
I am looking for science curriculum with Old World Creationist views. I can't find a list of Old World/New World curriculums...do you know of any? I can't wait to check Makita's units out. They sound great!