Jay Wile Science in the Ancient World Lapbook Binder Builder

Jay Wile Science in the Ancient World Lapbook Binder Builder - A Journey Through Learning Lapbooks

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"Craft-oriented children will love using these Binder Builders to review the things they are learning in my elementary courses!" Dr. Jay Wile

This Binder-Builder goes along with the textbook Science in the Ancient World, a science course for elementary students. It is written by Dr. Jay Wile, who also authored the Apologia Exploring Creation science series for middle school and high school students.

About Science in the Ancient World

The course covers the scientific work of natural philosophers who lived from about 600 BC to the early AD 1500s. Your child will learn about a wide range of topics including human anatomy, medicine, optics, heliocentrism, geocentrism, sound, music, magnets, how steam is used to generate power, the motion of objects through a medium, combustion, levers, pulleys, plant growth, plant anatomy, tree ring dating, the atmosphere, astronomy, the basics of graphing, plastics, density, water flow, friction, and erosion.

Throughout the course, students learn that most of the great scientists who lived from AD 500 to the end of this time period were devout Christians who did science because they thought they could learn more about God by studying His handiwork.

What is a Binder-Builder

What you are getting here is a Binder-Builder to go along with the Science in the Ancient World textbook. A Binder-Builder is a binder done with sheets of cardstock and a 3-ring binder. We provide the mini-booklets for your child to cut out, fold, glue, and record learned information. We also include a handy page per lesson for your child to record information and answer questions. There are two levels of pages to choose from. At the end of the study, your child has a beautiful notebook binder to show friends and family.

You will need to purchase the textbook Science in the Ancient World by Jay Wile (sold separately) to do this Binder-Builder.