Classical science plans to help you teach biology to your elementary students!
Biology for the Grammar Stage provides a first look at the living world, animals, the human body, and plants for the classical student. This homeschool science program includes plans for reading assignments from visually appealing encyclopedias, scripted hands-on demonstrations, and customized student notebooking options.
"My 2 first graders have love all the hands on projects...they are actually excited to learn science! The topics and curriculum are very age appropriate for first graders. I highly recommend this curriculum." Review by Susannah
**The third edition of Biology for the Grammar Stage is here!!**
The Teacher Guide
Have the tools you need to teach physics at your fingertips! Our Biology for the Grammar Stage Teacher Guidelays out a thirty-six-week study of living things, animals, plants, and more. The guide includes:
2 Scheduling options (2-day and 5-day),
Plans for reading assignments from visually appealing children's encyclopedias,
Scripted scientific demonstrations, plus additional STEAM activities,
And information for notebooking assignments, plus vocabulary and memory work.
Each week, you will know what to read about science, what to do for science, and how to write about science.
The Student Materials
Harness the power of notebooking with our student workbooks or lapbooking templates!
TheBiology for the Grammar Stage Student Workbook includes all the pages you need for the unit projects, notebooking sheets, demonstration reports, and review sheets, plus a student glossary.
The Biology for the Grammar Stage Lapbooking Templates include all the mini-book templates you need to create four beautiful lapbooks showing what your students learned during the year.
We also offer coordinating coloring pages to use with your students.
(Note - If you plan on using this program in a school or co-op, please email us for custom pricing information.)
Ages: 5 to 8 years old
Grade: Kindergarten through 2nd grade
Length: 36 weeks
Topics Covered: Living World, Animals, Human Body, Plants
Required Books (3rd Edition):My First Encyclopedia of Animals (Kingfisher, 2021 Edition), First Human Body Encyclopedia (DK, 2018 Edition), and Basher Science: Biology - Life as we know it! (Kingfisher, 2008 Edition)