I am very impressed with this item. Photosynthesis can be a very complicated process to learn, but there are many colorful pictures and charts that help the student see exactly what is going on within the leaves of a plant. The author made this topic easy to understand. Questions and activities like matching are included.
Not a Christian packet.
One of the activities mentions the "goddess Eostre" and asks children to decorate an egg the way the hare would (as a gift to her). A gift ... to another god. The first commandment - broken.
This download seems to be attempting to combine Christianity and paganism.
A final note, John 3:16 does not say that Jesus is God's only son, just His only begotten son. We are all His children when we accept Christ as savior.
I have been looking for something other than rote worksheets for when I begin multiplication with my son. This is a great resource to add to our studies. The pictures are interesting and engaging and the activities provide something other than a long list of problems to complete. This resource will help with reinforcement and additional practice to promote mastery.
I used this workbook as a review for my 8th grade daughter who has had trouble "getting" fractions. This workbook has been great! She is actually enjoying Math and is getting the pages done so fast!! I'm also impressed with how well it's put together and easy to follow.
This is a very interesting book! There are enough facts, vocabulary words, and comprehension activities to make mom happy with a writing style and interesting topics to make my 7th grade science lover happy. We're using it to supplement the science in My Father's World ECC.
My kids are 8 and 11 (boy special needs) this was a bit too repetative for them. They were bored with it. The lesson goes over the verses over and over. I think this is more for older kids not younger kids. Like middle school and older.
I used this for my children ages 10 and 11. We spread it out in a 2 week time span and they really enjoyed this unit. I liked it because we are transitioning from school to home school and choices are something we need to work on. It made them really think about the choices they want to make and what they should make and why.
This is a fun and educational way to learn phonics for beginner readers. I am excited that there are lists with different phonetic groups so you can use these as vocabulary and spelling for older kids. I like the fill in the blank pages and the illustrations are awesome so it will keep a beginner reader entertained while they learn.