Physics 1 (Grades 1-3)

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Physics 1 is the open-and-go curriculum that has everything you need to get science done in a year: books, experiment kits, a schedule that coordinates physics readings and experiments, and a student notebook to retain the year's lessons. Physics 1 is perfect for readers interested in physics who can read 1st - 3rd Grade material, typically ages 5-8.

    Inside Physics 1


    • Major Topics Covered in Physics 1:

      • Forces and Motion
      • Simple Machines
      • Light
      • Sound
      • Electricity
      • Magnetism
      • Flight
      • Space
    • Famous Inventors Covered in Physics 1
        • Albert Einstein
        • Benjamin Franklin
        • Thomas Edison
        • Alexander Graham Bell
        • Galileo Galilei
      • Instructor's Guide
      • Lab Manual
      • Living Books
        • A Crash Course in Forces and Motion with Max Axiom
        • The Illuminating World of Light with Max Axiom
        • The Attractive World of Magnetism with Max Axiom
        • Adventures in Sound with Max Axiom
        • How Do You Lift A Lion?
        • First Flight: The Story of Tom Tate and the Wright Brothers
        • Now & Ben
        • Thomas Edison and his Bright Idea
        • Did it Take Creativity to Find Relativity, Albert Einstein?
        • The Story of Inventions
        • Alexander Graham Bell (National Geographic Reader)
        • Who Was Galileo?
        • National Geographic Kids First Big Book of Space
        • Wishing on a Star: Constellation Stories and Stargazing Activities for Kids
      • Experiments by Thames and Kosmos
        • Simple Machines (Experiment Kit)
      • Experiments by The Young Scientists Club:
        • Kit # 3 Magnets
        • Kit # 16 Flight
        • Kit # 21 Light
        • Kit # 22 Mirrors
        • Kit # 33 Forces
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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 20 reviews
        Elisabeth DeFoor
        Hit and Miss

        I really enjoy the length of the lessons and the Max Axiom books, but the Young Scientist Experiments have not worked consistently. We end up with a fair amount of wasted time trying to make them work. The kids are learning, and I appreciate that each week includes hands on components.

        To be fair, we are only on Week 6, and have plenty more to go. It may get better as we continue along.

        Monique Kipp
        Hands on science learning

        The kids are enjoying learning Physics in a hands on learning fashion.

        Jenna Hodge
        Physics = fun!!

        Who knew teaching physics would be so much fun?!?! I would highly recommend!

        Megan Ward

        We love this curriculum, but as a former science teacher, I have a suggestion. The instruction manual can be very confusing. I suggest making it clearer and adding the structures/reading for the experiments, to the manual as well.

        Nicole Diebel
        Physics One is lots of fun

        I enjoy the simplicity. My son just enjoys it. Well organized. Easy to set up. Fun and engaging. Books are great quality. Some improvements could be made to the quality of a few materials. The Young Scientists Club readings are in need of editing. Overall, a good purchase.

        Comes with everything your family needs.

        Living books, hands-on experiments, real world science.

        What makes Noeo better:

        Easy-to-use Instructor's Guides

        Get guides that simplify and schedule books to read and kits to use for a year's worth of science, two or four days a week, fifteen minutes a day and up.

        Complete Experiments

        We're shipping everything to you but faucet water and common household items. Hands-on experiment kits bring the world into your home and helps you explore the world beyond home.

        A Living Books Approach

        Great books make the world come alive. We intensely searched through library catalogs, websites, and hundreds of books before deciding on what we believe are the best.