EZ Geology Ebooks
EZ Geology Ebooks have been carefully chosen for their appeal to school age students. Each book is a stand-alone unit of study. Each chapter in a book contains written information on a specific topic. Every chapter also includes an activity that uses inexpensive materials usually found around the home or at a nearby store.
Our School Books are for students that can read at a 7th grade level. There are six books in this series. Each book is designed to be completed in 6 weeks.
Students completing 3 books earn a semester of credit. This was the timeline I used for my 8th grade students. Students completing all 6 units earn a year of Earth Science credit.
Rock Cycle Ebooks
Our Rock Cycle books are designed for students who are reading at least a third-grade level. Collecting and learning about rocks are a fascinating subject for all students.
Myrna Martin's activity-based Rock Cycle books are easier to use than any other Earth Science program available. They are designed for students interested in learning how to identify rocks and minerals. Each chapter contains written information and a fun science activity. Your students will look forward to their science lessons when they know each lesson includes an activity.
Rock Identification Ebooks
Our ID Rocks teach students how to identify rocks in the rock cycle. These books are designed for students that can read at a 3rd grade level. Students at this reading level need fun and interesting science material that these four books provide.
There are twelve chapters in each book. Each chapter contains written information and an activity.
Fun Science Activity Books
The Fun Science Activity Books are designed for younger students. The Introduction is a mini-lesson that you can use to introduce the activity. This saves you time looking for information to introduce each lesson.
Teachers like our activity book because they include a section titled More science activities. More science activities provides additional activities that students can do if there is enough time afte finishing the original activity. You can also use these activies on other days.
If you are teaching older students you might include activities and experiments from these books to supplement your textbook. When I was teaching older students they looked forward to their science classes because I always included activities or experiments in each class.