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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
- 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
- Who Was Albert Einstein?
- The Story of Inventions
- Alexander Graham Bell (National Geographic Reader)
- Who Was Galileo?
- National Geographic Kids First Big Book of Space
- Newton's Rainbow: The Revolutionary Discoveries of a Young Scientist
- Experiments by Thames and Kosmos
- Simple Machines (Experiment Kit)
- Experiment Guide with Experiment Kits covering:
- Newton's Laws of Motion
- Centrifugal Force
- Air Resistance
- Moving Air and Work
- Moving Pictures
- Telephones and Sound
- Solar System
- And More...
- Instructor's Guide
- Regular improvements to our curriculum demand changes in resources, so this sample may not match the resources currently offered and listed in the package.
- Lab Manual
- Experiment Guide
- Complete list of household materials for experiments
My kids love the books included with our box, and the experiments are easy and practical and do a good job of illustrating the principles discussed in the books. I love the fact that it's very "open and go" for me--no real advance prep. The fact that Noeo uses experiment kits from a third party (and that these kits are used out of order in Noeo from how they were intended to be used) is slightly confusing, but nothing we can't handle. I'm much, much happier with this than with our previous science curricula.
So, we have really loved using NOEO. BUT, we've gotten closer to the end of Physics 1 and it really starts to focus more on the inventors and not physics and then even venturing into earth science with the planet and constellation study... So I'm a little confused why the curriculum went that direction?
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.
The kids are enjoying learning Physics in a hands on learning fashion.
Who knew teaching physics would be so much fun?!?! I would highly recommend!
Comes with everything your family needs.
Every Noeo package comes with books, matching experiments, and difficult-to-find materials that multiple kids can share and usually reuse for a year of science.
Living books, hands-on experiments, real world science.
In contrast with a single textbook approach, we think that living books, hands on experiments, lab notebooks, and other activities will encourage more interest in science.