Astronomy for Homeschoolers

I just learned about an exciting new resource, Home School Astronomy. I’ve included their You Tube presentation above, but they emphasize that the actual curriculum presentations are of higher quality video. Their site states:

Each Astronomy Teaching Presentation comes with:

  1. A script for you to read from as your student views the presentation.
  2. Discussion questions throughout the presentation and at the end.
  3. Lesson Objectives, Anticipatory Sets and Warm-up Activities, Cross-Curricular and Extension Activities.

You can see a sample of the written component of the curriculum here.

Labels: Curriculum, Science
Posted by Maureen Sklaroff