The Science of Climate Change: A Hands-On Course focuses on the science concepts needed to understand why the climate is changing at this time, how humans are responsible, and what can be done to slow or stop the global warming that is causing climate change. Science is most effectively learned when there is a careful pairing of information with an application of that information. For that reason, this illustrated course has sixteen activities woven through it. This course is intended for use with grades ranging from late grade school to early high school. However, as one 12-year-old reviewer said, “There really is no upper age limit, if you do not know this material.”
Check out The Science of Climate Change: A Hands-On Course at the SEA Homeschoolers Conference June 1 – 4 in Shepherdstown, West Virginia and at the CHN Family Expo September 7 – 10 in Garden Grove, California.