The summer-long, science-filled, adventure-packed journey rolls on with a look at rocks, volcanoes, and more!
In The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume Five: Geology, the zip-lining science adventure rolls on for Blaine and Tracey Sassafras – and we want to bring you all along for the ride!
Join the Sassafras Twins as they travel to bizarre locales to learn about rocks.
Together, you will learn about rocks, fossils, maps, and more as the twins zip around the globe. In the book, you will visit locations like:
The twins will meet a variety of local experts who help them along the way to learn about the different geological wonders found on the Earth.
We want you to enjoy learning about geology, too!
And, we know that through monster chasing, cross-continental hiking, and mining expedition this living book will teach your students about rocks, volcanoes, and more in a way that they’ll never forget!
We know this because thousands of readers have already told us so. Here is what one of our Sassy-Sci peeps had to say about the fifth leg of our adventure:
My kids and I can hardly put the book down to pace our learning adventure! Love this so much!! – Review from Ashley on Facebook
Read (or listen to) a sample of The Sassafras Science Adventures Volume Five: Geology.
See how the adventure rolls on:
Check out the following guest posts on our blog to get to know a few of the characters you will meet on your geological journey.
We actually have a full line-up to help you teach science!
You can enjoy this volume on its own . . . Or you can add the activity guide, SCIDAT logbook, or lapbooking guide to construct a full homeschool science curriculum! (Note - If you plan on using Sassafras Science as your main science program, we recommend that you choose either the activity guide and logbook combo or the lapbooking guide. Learn about the differences and similarities between the logbook and lapbook options.)
Curious about how this would work? See if the Sassafras Science series is right for your family or watch the video below to peek inside our geology materials.