Science G Package


Chemistry, Physics & Biology

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SKU
B-GS4B
Age Range: 11-13 Grade Range: 6-8

Chemistry, Physics & Biology

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BookShark Virtual option now available!**

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Chemistry, Physics & Biology

Watch students make connections and delve deeper into chemistry, physics, and biology in Science G.

What’s Science All About? is a wonderfully illustrated exploration of biology, chemistry and physics. We combine this with TOPS  to put all that knowledge into use with experiments almost every week.

Genetics provides a great insight into family traits and which ones are genetic, what a chromosome is, how DNA works and relates some concepts to biology and chemistry.

 

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Instructor's Guide, 3-Week Sample

One Set of Consumables is included with the package. To add consumables for another student please click here.

Can I use this package with both of my children?

Yes, you can! If your children are within three years of age, they can share the same BookShark Science package. Please note that you will need an extra set of Science G Student Activity Sheets for each additional student (one set is included with the Instructor's Guide).

Can my students share the Science Supplies Kit?

Yes! If your students are willing to work together as lab partners, they can share the resources in the Science Supplies Kit G. You may want a second kit if you prefer that each student perform every experiment, or if you have more than two scientists sharing the Science package.

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