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Dinosaurs follows the stories of adventure, discoveries, and key people who helped contribute to the world's understanding of these giants of the animal kingdom. Written in living book style, the lessons begin with daily devotional prompts, and each week contain a section about apologetics (specifically, how we know that the Bible is true).
The first lesson introduces the main theories about dinosaurs and the age of the earth, and invites students to ask big questions about what they believe and why. This is a core focus of this unit: mystery, discovery, not being afraid to ask questions, and seek and you will find.
Due to popular request, we took a break from writing and instead focused on research steps, tools, and skills. Students will learn about the Dewey Decimal system, how to use a table of contents or index to find a topic. They will learn about keywords and safety on the internet. They will learn about reliable sources and biases and opinions. We hope that this unit will be a foundational one that will give some insight into how to find information.
We moved our notebooking and art pages to the appendix, so that students can rip out their pages to make their own dino discovery book with all the animals in one place. You can do this at the beginning and have your book as an add on, or at the end. This is a great way to show what you know towards the end of the unit!
Art is included in nearly every lesson and this time we did step by step! Middle and High School have an optional apologetics page (a sixth page) each day to go more in depth to the things they are learning about.
What to buy? You can purchase a leveled bundle with one student notebook of your choice and the Teacher's Guide, or the full family bundle that includes all levels with the Teacher's Guide. If you have more than one child you are buying for, it is more economical to get the full bundle to re-use in the future with your kids at older levels. All digital bundles come as an instant download in PDF format for you to print at home.
Teacher's Guide: 162 pages
Pre-Reader: 62 pages
Early Reader: 138 pages
Early Elementary: 132 pages
Upper Elementary: 132 pages
Middle School: 156 pages
High School: 158 pages