Science in the Ancient World Set
Science in the Ancient World is the second book in a multilevel elementary science series. Engaging K-6 students with hands-on lessons, it introduces scientific concepts through historical context. The course offers about 90 hours of instruction, with 35 hours dedicated to hands-on activities.
Exploring the work of natural philosophers from 600 BC to early AD 1500s, the course highlights their scientific achievements and errors, teaching students the evolution of scientific understanding. It covers a broad range of topics like human anatomy, medicine, optics, heliocentrism, sound, and more, emphasizing the Christian scientists’ pursuit of knowledge to understand God’s creation.
This set includes both the textbook and the helps & hints book, providing a comprehensive teaching resource.