Cells, fungi, mold, bacteria, protists, classification—children explore all of these things and much more in this engaging family-style science unit. 99 pages.
Lesson 1 – Introduction to Classification
Lesson 2 – Levels of Classification
Lesson 3 – Discovery of Cells
Lesson 4 – Cell Functions
Lesson 5 – Archaebacteria and Eubacteria Kingdoms
Lesson 6 – Protista Kingdom
Lesson 7 – Fungi Kingdom: Mushrooms
Lesson 8 – Fungi Kingdom: Mold and Yeast
Lesson 9 – Plantae Kingdom
Lesson 10 – Animalia Kingdom
MICROSCOPE: This unit introduces the use of microscopes. In this unit there are several microscope activities. The Botany unit also uses a microscope. The microscope greatly enhances the lessons, but if you do not have a microscope, this unit can still be completed by skipping the microscope activities. A cheap microscope may not work well enough to complete the activities. You can find our top-recommended microscope on Amazon.com (search for model # M150C-I).
The Good and the Beautiful curriculum takes a general Christian worldview, focusing, not on the doctrine of any particular Christian church, but on high moral character and basic Bible principles such as gratitude, honesty, prayer, and kindness. Parents can add in their own doctrinal beliefs as desired.
The curriculum is reviewed by members of many different faiths to make sure that the curriculum does not include doctrine specific to any Christian church. We have reviewers and users of the following denominations and more: Lutheran, Assemblies of God, Catholic, Baptist, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mennonite, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Nazarene, Methodist, Non-Denominational, and Seventh Day Adventists.
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