Age / Level: Elementary
Prep Time: Minimal
Delivery: Instant, interactive PDF
Approach: Secular, Open-and-Go
We offer two different programs, A Year of Discovery and Be a Naturalist. Both programs focus on supporting children as they create a strong foundation of scientific concepts and a love of learning through nature.
Investigate concepts through hands-on quests designed to build a foundation of scientific understanding.
Little to no prep-time!
Exciting adventures that will get your child outside and into nature.
Learn in parks, preserves, or your own backyard!
Go beyond everyday learning to develop a love of science and an appreciation of the natural world.
Science Through Nature is built upon the belief that elementary science should focus on topics a child can see, feel, and experience for themself, thereby allowing them to investigate their world. Concepts are not presented as facts to simply study or memorize, but as a part of life... as something real and meaningful to the child.
What's more, Science Through Nature curriculums...
Are an all-in-one science and nature study program that will take approximately one school year to complete.
The only other required resources are nature guides, which can be obtained from your local library.
Suited for elementary aged students.
Be A Naturalist can be used for younger and older children as well. Our sample (available on the here) includes a scope of covered topics that should give you a good idea if it is suitable for your children.
A Year Of Discovery is geared towards elementary grades (1st - 6th), but is flexible enough to be used by older and younger siblings as well.
Suitable to any homeschooling method, including classical, traditional, Charlotte Mason, etc.
Combines indoor and outdoor adventures designed to keep your child engaged no matter the weather or your schedule.
Helps your child develop a knowledge of, and relationship with, the plants, animals, and other wildlife around him.
Contains outdoor adventures that can be conducted in any natural area near you - a local park, nature preserve, or your own backyard.