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Earth Science Program

  • Earth Science Program
  • Earth Science Program
  • Earth Science Program

Earth Science Program

  • Revised Second Edition!

    Earth Science is designed to draw middle-school students into close engagement with the subject matter and provide a solid education while fostering a sense of wonder and responsibility for God’s amazing world. Within the context of the fascinating study of landforms, minerals, and planetary phenomena, many other timely and important topics are covered including conservation of natural resources, climate change, pollution, and environmental justice, as well as the current scientific consensus concerning geologic history.

    Earth Science should be about much more than learning about rocks and mountains and the seasons. Think about God’s exciting mandate to steward and exhibit vice regency over creation! Author Kevin Nelstead regularly draws the reader to appreciate the intricacy and excellence of God’s works, tying in scripture without becoming heavy-handed.

    Full program includes:

    • Earth Science: God's World, Our Home, 2nd edition. Written for middle school-aged students, this book includes all the popular characteristics of Novare textbooks: smaller profile; vibrant, original, and relevant graphics; lucid conversational prose, and an approach that connects students with real-world science as stewards of God’s creation.
    • Digital Resources for Earth Science These documents to help the teacher conduct class include quizzes, semester exams, answer keys, instructions for 8 experiments, weekly review guides, and more.

    Optional Resource Available for Purchase
    You may wish to purchase the following optional resource to further supplement this course:

    If you need to order the charter school version of this program, please visit this page.

    The Earth Science Program now includes the revised second edition text.

  • Grade Level: Grades 6-8
    Course Length:

    • Earth Science: God's World, Our Home
    • Digital Resources for Earth Science