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Science Curriculum: Multi-Level or Grade-Based?

What Type of Homeschool Science Curriculum Is Best for Your Child?

Are you looking for grade-based science curriculum where each child studies science at the appropriate grade level? Or would you rather use a multilevel science course with several children or a small homeschool co-op? [Features…]

Science Curriculum at Lamp Post Homeschool

Berean Builders Science.
BJU Press Science Curriculum.
Calvert Complete Science Kits K-2.
Creation or Evolution Science.
Savvas Elevate Science K-8.
reat Science Adventures.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Science.
LIFEPAC Science 1-12.
Master Books Creation Science.
Paradigm Science Curriculum.
Saxon Physics.
Science 101 DVDs.
Science Flipper Guides.
Science Fusion Grades K-8.
Switched-On Science on USB.

What Type of Homeschool Science Curriculum Do Is Best for Your Child?

Why Use a Grade-Based Science Course for Each Child?

  • Traditionally for high school science, there is a set sequence of study. It is easier to use grade-based science in high school.
  • However, if you have two high school students, you could use the same grade-based high school science subject.
  • If your student who plans to pursue a career in science, individualize science instruction at the appropriate grade level.
  • When your students are overly competitive, it might be helpful to have each one in a different grade level of science.
  • Students who have a higher reading level and prefer independent study may like a grade-based science course.

What Are the Advantages of Using One Multi-Level Science Course for Several Children in Different Grades?

  • Can’t see yourself juggling five different subject teacher’s guides per child? Neither can we.
  • Give yourself a break—Try multi-level science courses with your children.
  • Keep everyone in science on the same page at the same time.
  • It’s more economical to do science experiments in a group.
  • Challenge your children at just the right level—Most of the courses have different ability levels for the activities.
  • Use a multilevel science course with several children or in a small homeschool co-op.
  • Hands-on science activities are more fun in a small group setting.
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