Welcome to The Good and the Beautiful Space Science
This family-style course is fun and simple to teach!
Reach for the stars with our 15-lesson Space Science unit! Children will learn about our sun and the planets in our galaxy. Concepts like gravity and weight on planets and moons will be explored through hands-on activities and experiments.
Don’t miss this epic journey to explore the spectacular universe created by God, the master scientist.
But first, let’s look at what is included in the course and how to get started.
One unit study book needed per family.
One student journal needed per child in grades 3–6.
One student journal needed per child in grades 7–8.
*Copyright: If you use this science course in a group setting, you must purchase an physical copy of the unit book for each set of eight children in the class.
You must purchase a student journal for each child who will be completing the unit.
Read-Aloud Book Pack
Grades 7–8 Extension Book
Space Science Unit Information
Each student needs his or her own student journal. Lessons direct the child when to complete the activities in the journal.
Just open and go! Your Space Science Unit Study arrives wire bound. Each student needs his or her own perfect bound Student Journal.
Science Wall Vocabulary
Cut apart the vocabulary words now, so they are ready to be placed on your science wall. The course tells you when to use these.
Engage children with hands-on activities. Always use appropriate adult supervision. A complete supply list is found here.
For Younger Children
Some lessons include extra content for younger children (grades 3–6). Parents or teachers may choose to skip this content if instructing only older children.
For Older Children
Some lessons include extra content for older children (grades 7–8). Parents or teachers may choose to skip this content if instructing only younger children. Read more about lesson extensions in our unit information download found below.
New discoveries in all fields of science are ongoing. The Good and the Beautiful reviews and revises science units periodically to keep information as up-to-date as possible.