Take a Journey to Learn Science!
Are you looking for a living books science curriculum that will:
- Shake up your education routine?
- Inspire your students to love science?
“My kids absolutely love these adventures! They talk about the mall day long. Even my 3 and 5 year old can remember animal facts from these books. Highly recommend!” ~ (Review from Amazon)
Adventure, mystery, and science all rolled up into a set of exciting living books!
How The Series Works
The living books of The Sassafras Science Adventures series can be read alone or you can add in the activity guide and logbook to create full homeschool science curriculum. The completed series will contain 8 books, each designed to take half a year to cover. Each title in the series includes the following:
- An adventure-style novel for a given area of science that can be used as a read-aloud for K-adult or independent reader for 4th-adult.
- A coordinating activity guide and SCIDAT logbook that are designed to help you create a full science curriculum from the Sassafras books.
When you use the series as your main homeschool science curriculum, you will read a chapter in the adventure-style fictional book each week. Then, you will choose what to do from the activity guide which provides you with a buffet of options to explore the facts presented in the book. You can do a scientific demonstration, study related vocabulary, make a craft project or read more about the topics. Your student will also keep their own SCIDAT logbook as a record of what they have learned.
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Take a Tour through our Living Books Series
Programs in the Series
- The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume 1: Zoology
- The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume 2: Anatomy
- The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume 3: Botany
- The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume 4: Earth Science
- The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume 5: Geology
The Sassafras Science series will have eight volumes when it is completed. Future volumes will include astronomy (currently in production), chemistry, and physics.