Science 6 (SC6)
2 (yearlong course)
Science 5 (SC5)
This course introduces students to earth science, life science, and physical science. Students will conduct experiments and labs to learn about Earth, the Sun, the Moon, and space; plants and how they grow and reproduce; ecosystems and how they function; matter and its properties; chemical reactions; energy and its forms, waves, electricity, and magnetism. Students will learn to see the wonders of the natural and physical world as a part of God’s great design.
This course includes hands-on labs and practical projects that require support from an adult. Most materials are household items or can be located locally. Please note that science labs require larger blocks of time to complete.
When only one semester is needed, it is strongly recommended that students take semester A of the elementary science course.
How do seeds grow into plants? What makes it summer in one part of the world while it’s winter in another part? How do magnets work? If you’ve ever looked at creation in wonder, trying to understand why and how things happen, you’re a scientist in the making! In fact, when we open our minds and hearts to see God’s hand in nature, we discover how incredible our Creator is, and in this class, we get a first-hand look at many of those amazing aspects of creation by growing our own plants, building models and designing ecosystems! If you like to conduct experiments, you’ll be having hands-on fun all year long while learning the foundations of Earth science, life science, and physics. This course will also help you develop study skills and organizational skills necessary to succeed in future middle school courses.
If there are books and materials for this course, they can be purchased from our Online Bookstore.
Your class was very well organized and I loved the way the class was set up!
Your class was well laid out and easy to follow. Thanks for a great year!
Thank you Ms. Shauna Mingus for providing to me and my classmates quality education. I have learned a lot this year at NorthStar.