Science Made EZ Books
Science Made EZ books have been carefully chosen for their appeal to school age students. Each chapter contains fascinating science information and a fun experiment or activity.
Science Made EZ books are for students who want Earth Science classes included in their curriculum. Students can often work through their school books with minimal help from their teachers.
Teachers like these books because each book is an independent topic-oriented area of Earth Science. The experiments and activities use inexpensive materials often found around the home or at a nearby store. Students look forward to their science lesson includes an activity.
Students like these books because they contain an activity or experiment in every chapter. Each chapter also contains fascinating information about the Earth.
Teachers like these books because they require very little preparation time. You can scan the pages first. Read the chapter summary at the end of the written information. Finally, you will need to make sure you have the materials needed for the experiment or activity.
The experiments and activities use inexpensive materials that are usually found around the home or at a nearby store. Students can help your gather the materials they will need for the experiments. You can keep them in a box for future use.
Science Made EZ Activity Books
Our Science Made EZ activity books are designed for younger students. The Introduction is a mini-lesson that you can use to introduce the activity. This saves you time looking for information to introduce each lesson.
Teachers like our activitiy books because they include a section titled More science activities. More science activities provides additonal activities that students can do if there is enough time after finishing the original activity. You can also use these activities for other days.
Science behind the activity is information for you. You might like to include the information in your introduction depending on the age of your students.
If you are teaching older students you might include activities and experiments from these books to supplement your textbook. When I was teaching older students they looked forward to their science classes because I always included activities or experiments in each class.