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These classical science plans will help the homeschool teacher, co-op leader, or classroom educator teach physics to middle school students!

Physics for the Logic Stage leads the middle school student through a study of forces, motion, and more by digging deeper into what was studied during the elementary years.

The level of work my students did with Physics for the Logic Stage has been quite fitting. They are grateful to you for the format you use to present the units. It really has been less of a struggle for them to complete science and they actually enjoy it again.” -Review by Dee P.

**Update August 2020**

Unfortunately, we have recently learned that the DK Encyclopedia of Science is officially out of print and there are no plans to reprint it. We are working on a permanent solution in the form of an update that is about a month away from being complete. In the interim, we are recommending that you use the encyclopedias under the additional reading assignments for the spines instead. Some of the questions won't match and you might have to help the students with a few of the sketches, but it will work.

Foster independently learning in your middle school student! OurPhysics for the Logic Stage Student Guide includes all student assignment sheets, sketches, experiment sheets and blank report pages that they will need to complete the year. Each of the student assignment sheets contains the weekly topic, sketch assignment, experiment directions, report options, dates to enter, and memory work.

Guide your students through learning about physics! OurPhysics for the Logic Stage Teacher Guide contains the student assignments sheets plus 2 day and 5 day schedules to help you plan out the year. The guide also gives tips on how to lead your student through the program, comprehension questions, answers for the student's work, and unit tests for you to use. 

Ages: 10 to 13 years old

Grade: 5th through 8th grade


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