Nancy Larson Publishers is proud to bring you Nancy Larson® Science 5. It is a comprehensive and creative approach to elementary science where sophisticated topics are explored in age-appropriate ways. Our kits include the things you need to successfully teach the program. Challenging topics, innovative strategies, built-in reinforcement of reading, and many hands-on activities make this program a very effective and enjoyable learning experience for parents and students!
Science 5 is recommended for ages 10–13 and is appropriate for older children with limited science experience.
Science 5 – 95 lessons; approximately 45 minutes per lesson, 5 days a week.
Your Homeschool Program
Includes: Science 5 Tool Kit, Teacher’s Manual, Student Materials, Resource Materials, and access to website resources for one year.
Your Tool Kit
Our science tool kits contain important items to illustrate or augment lesson content. From mica and magnets to pulleys and gears, we’ve gathered it for you!
The Science 5 Tool Kit contains a bucket balance; binder clips; masonite boards; centimeter cubes; chalk; compass; cork stopper; plastic medicine cups; equal volume set; coffee filters; gears and bases; graduated cylinders; litmus tests; bar magnets; stacking magnets; hand lens; marbles; Hexagram® Mass Set; biotite, feldspar, granite, and quartz samples; pen; pipettes; pulley and cord; Ivory® Soap bar; spring scale (dynamometer); steel wool; telescope kit; thermometer; ruler; and the following books/guides: Peterson First Guide to Astronomy, and Geology, A Folding Pocket Guide.
Your Teacher's Manual
Your teacher's manual contains the lessons and answer keys. The lessons are presented in dialogue form so all important vocabulary will not be missed.
Sample lessons are available to preview.
View the Table of Contents for Science 5.
Your Student Materials
Challenging and engaging content is presented through booklets. Concepts are reinforced through lesson reviews and assessments, all gathered in a handy, tear-off tablet.
Your Resource Materials
Included in every science kit are photo cards and other materials to help you teach.
Nancy Larson Makes Science Primary in Reading!
Vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension are three important components in reading that we have taken into consideration when we wrote our lessons. To reinforce your child's reading skills and comprehension of text, important strategies are built into the program. Some of these include observing, visualizing, applying, predicting, describing, and summarizing.