Category: Correlated Reading

Grades K–2

The Space Science: Science Activity Book for Littles is an optional resource for your K–2 students. Now your younger children can join in alongside their older siblings and learn about the exciting universe of planets, stars, and space! With fun activities, including mazes, coloring, cut-and-paste, and more, these unique, beautifully illustrated activity books are a valuable addition to family-style science or a wonderful resource to kick-start your child’s scientific learning.

  • 35 pages
  • Black and white illustrations
  • Paperback, saddle stitch, 8.5”x11”

Each book in the Science Activity Books for Littles series correlates to a Good and Beautiful science unit, with every 2-page spread in the activity book corresponding to a lesson in the science unit. However, the activity books are not integrated into the unit and can be used independently.

Space Science: Science Activity Book for Littles can be purchased in PDF form here.

Note: Colored pencils are not included.

Space Science Science Activity Book for Littles

$6.49
Picture Books for All Ages

Two full-color, engaging books included in the optional Space Science Read-Aloud Book Pack expand learning and provide a fun, engaging addition to your Space Science study.

For centuries mankind has been fascinated by the bright red spot in the sky that is Mars, Discover the ongoing scientific journey to photograph and explore the mysterious planet of Mars, and perhaps someday, to land the first human being on its cratered surface in Mars Exploration / 1960-2016 by Megan Noel. (24 pages, full-color, 11″X8.5″)

Fascinated by science and the night sky, Mae Jemison pushed through the obstacles before her to achieve her dream of becoming the first female African American astronaut. People everywhere will be inspired by her story of aspiration, determination, and grit in The Story of Mae Jemison by Amy Drorbaugh. (32 pages, full-color, 11″X8.5″)

These books are all published by The Good and the Beautiful Library and are designed to appeal to children in grades K–8. Lessons will prompt students when to read these optional books, but they are not integrated with the lessons.

Space Science Read-Aloud Book Pack

$14.98
Level 8

By Rebecca B. Marcus

Born in 1564 in Italy, Galileo Galilei spent his life asking “Why?” It was not enough for him to be told a fact—he had to investigate it and prove it for himself. Would Galileo become a great musician? An inventor? A mathematician? A teacher? An author? Actually, he became all of these! More than anything else, he was a dedicated scientist and is now known as the father of modern experimental science. Even though some individuals were slow to accept Galileo and his research, he never gave up “finding the truth and proclaiming it.”

This book is suggested to accompany our Space Science unit as extra reading for students in Grades 7–8.

Galileo Space Science Grades 7-8 Extension

$6.99
Picture Book for All Ages

“I realized I would feel comfortable anywhere in the universe—because I belonged to and was a part of it, as much as any star, planet, asteroid, comet, or nebula.”

Young Mae Jemison was a dreamer. While other girls were expected to become nurses or teachers, Mae just knew she would one day become an astronaut. Fascinated by science and the night sky, Mae pushed through the obstacles before her to become the first female African American astronaut. People everywhere will be inspired by this story of aspiration, determination, and grit and will discover that they can achieve anything they can conceive!

32 pages, full-color, 11″X8.5″

This book is an optional read-aloud book for our Space Science unit and is included in the optional Read-Aloud Book Pack which is suggested to accompany that unit.

The Story of Mae Jemison by Amy Drorbaugh

$6.99
Picture Book for All Ages

For centuries mankind has been fascinated by the bright red spot in the sky that is Mars, one of our nearest spatial neighbors. The red planet was discovered in the night skies more than 4,000 years ago and since then has inspired multiple generations with dreams of space exploration and life on other planets. Discover the ongoing scientific journey to photograph and explore this mysterious planet, and perhaps someday, to land the first human being on its cratered surface.

24 pages, full-color, 11″X8.5″

This book is an optional read-aloud book for our Space Science unit and is included in the optional Read-Aloud Book Pack which is suggested to accompany that unit.

Mars Exploration / 1960–2016 by Megan Noel

$7.99

PDF for self-printing

The Space Science: Science Activity Book for Littles is an optional resource for your grades K–2 students. Now your younger children can join in alongside their older siblings and learn about the exciting universe of planets, stars, and space! With fun activities, including mazes, coloring, cut-and-paste, and more, these unique, beautifully illustrated activity books are a valuable addition to family-style science or a wonderful resource to kick-start your child’s scientific learning.

Each book in the Science Activity Books for Littles series correlates to a Good and Beautiful grades 3–8 science unit, with every 2-page spread in the activity book corresponding to a lesson in the science unit. However, the activity books are not integrated into the unit and can be used independently.

The Space Science: Science Activity Book for Littles can be purchased in physical form here.

*NOTE: Downloads are final sale and may not be refunded, returned, credited, or exchanged.

Space Science (PDF) Science Activity Book for Littles

$9.99