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Free fun Science Curriculum


An engaging, colorful, life science program for your elementary school aged children. Curriculum appears to be "secular".
This 36 week program is written in a style that will certainly engage children. There are lots of little jokes and zany photos with comic book style captions, and the tone is informal and down-to-earth.

The curriculum is designed to be taught 3 days a week. The first day is spent reading an interesting passage about a topic and completing an associated worksheet, which could include a crossword puzzle or matching definitions, etc. The remaining two days are spent on activities and experiments. There are a number of science fair type projects scheduled for the year. In fact, your child would complete about 10 of them, which would certainly lead to a lot of exposure to and comfort with the scientific method.

The Life Science 36 week program is free, the others years are available for a small cost.


Free: Life During WWII - Victory Garden Project

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Free "Life During WWII" Lesson Plans, Science, Social Studies, Gardening

(from the National WWII Museum)

"In order to make The Classroom Victory Garden Project accessible to all teachers, it has been broken down into different time-frames. If you would just like to spend a class period introducing your students to life during WWII, you can use our “one class period” lesson plan. If you have more time to devote to gardening and community during crises, there are many lesson plans provided. From science to social studies, gardening and learning about the war years opens up all sorts of ways for your students to learn many subjects."

Classroom Victory Garden