In The World of Space students explore space while learning about the solar system, galaxies, sun, planets, comets, meteorites, and more.
- 24 hands-on lessons appropriate for grades K-8 at different mastery levels facilitating multi-level teaching
- Lots of Science Library Books with information, pictures, and diagrams
- Investigative Loop guides the student through each step of the lab activities with materials lists, questions, and data for students to record
- 3D Graphic Organizers provide a format for students of all levels to conceptualize, analyze, review, and apply the concepts of the lesson
- Teacher Pages include vocabulary words, maps, assessments, and assignments
Great Science Adventures had a ton of awesome ideas for learning about the moon.
Only Passionate Curiosity
Each lesson is filled to the brim with facts and information about the planets, the stars, the sun, galaxies, asteroids, meteors, astronomy, space shuttles, space probes, life in space, astronauts, and more.
Bridgette Taylor, Homeschool Freebies and Giveaways
If you’re looking for a fun and easy space curriculum for homeschoolers, you don’t want to miss Common Sense Press’ The World of Space.
I believe that The World of Space is a fun and exciting way to teach astronomy, whether it’s used in a homeschool, a private or public school, or even by a parent who just wants to provide more learning opportunities for his child. All students will enjoy the experiments, and the additional learning opportunities provided in each lesson’s “Experiences, Investigations and Research” section will challenge older students or those who are just fascinated with science or astronomy.
Melanie Reynolds, The Old Schoolhouse