Item description for Christian Kids Explore Chemistry by Robert Ridlon & Elizabeth Ridlon...
Overview 30 Lessons in five units Hands-On Activities: including making model atoms, breaking covalent bonds, and making gas expand. Chemistry Terms, Notations, and Rules Unit Reviews Supplemental Book List Coloring pages This is all you need to teach a strong, basic chemistry course for Junior high and upper elementary students. Organized and easy-to-use!
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Studio: Bright Ideas Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.9" Weight: 2.35 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2005
Publisher Bright Ideas Press
Grade Level Multiple Grades
ISBN 1892427184 ISBN13 9781892427182
Reviews - What do customers think about Christian Kids Explore Chemistry?
GREAT BOOK! May 12, 2008
My 10yo dd loved this book! She was able to do most of it on her own, and liked it that way! She really delved into the subject, and read further and learned more than this book had even. Because of going through this book, she says she wants to do more chemistry and be a chemist!
I think it's a low price for a great book, and recommend this book highly for kids that like to work mostly on their own with some help as needed. Any book that helps a child LOVE science is worth it's weight in gold!
Great Chemistry Curriculum for homeschoolers Mar 10, 2008
This is a great product for teaching chemistry to multiple ages. This is not a workbook style course so if that is what you are looking for try something else. My kids, ages 5 years to 12, love it! We have tried many different science curricula, but this is our favorite so far. The hands on experiments are simple and easy to do and use things that are easy to find or are common household items. The information in the book is solid and easily simplified for the younger children or expanded for the older. We use the Review It and Think about It sections for discussions. We also do a lesson a day instead of the recommended one lesson a week. I think if you stretched out each lesson into a week it would be slow and boring, but speeding up the pace results in a fun, attention keeping curriculum.
Christian Kids Explore Chemistry Feb 27, 2008
I purchased this book for my 7th grade daughter, as it is supposed to be for grades 4-8. This book is, plainly stated, horrible. If I had intended to use it for a 3rd-grader I might not have been as disappointed, but for grades 4-8, it is worthless. The "Teaching Time" in the lessons has the most rudimentary information,and the "Hands On" experiments are lame. Do not waste your money and time on this book.