Exploring Creation With Chemistry and Physics is the latest book in the Apologia Young Explorer Series!
Chemistry and Physics can be a lot of fun! With this book, you don’t have to wait until the Middle School and High School Years to teach it to your children!
Exploring Creation With Chemistry and Physics (Description from the Apologia Website)
This K-6 homeschool science curriculum uses the Charlotte Mason methodology to give young students an introduction to the fascinating world of chemistry and physics. It is a wonderful way to teach your young students just how God made everything in the universe. Jeannie Fulbright presents a scientifically sound and God-honoring study that covers atoms, molecules, simple chemicals, laws of motion, electricity, magnetism, and simple machines.
There are a lot of fun ideas to go with this book!
What is Matter? Labeling Worksheets
Printable Periodic Table of Elements
The Periodic Table of Elements in Pictures and Words
Chemistry Unit Study and Lap N Note Student Guide
FREE Periodic Table of Elements Lapbook
Periodic Table Mini Books
Introduction to Chemistry Lapbook
Chemistry Periodic Table of Elements Printable Notebooking Pages by Marine Corps Nomads
For the Lego Lovers and upper elementary students there is a printable Lego Chemical Reaction Unit Study Activity from MIT!
Fun Activities, and Crafts that all ages will enjoy:
Lid Art Magnets – art activity for the magnetism portion of the book
Rocket Pinwheel Activity (physics)
Jumping Coin Science Experiment
Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction
Melting Ice With Salt
This are some amazing resource to use when studying Chemistry and Physics:
You won’t want to miss the rest of the posts in this series:
Free Resources and Ideas To Use With Astronomy
Free Resources and Ideas To Use With Botany
Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Zoology 1: Flying Creatures
Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures
Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Zoology 3: Land Animals
Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Anatomy and Physiology