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Investigative Science

Course ID: 1001

(Designed for 6th and 7th grade students)
This course is a hands-on approach to solving problems in the area of science for middle school students. It is designed to allow students to investigate God's creation using their area of giftedness. The course is based on science process skills that will bring them to logical conclusions. This type of science is widely accepted and assessed through national exams because it follows the National Science Standards. It will cover various areas of exploratory middle school science including: Life Science, Physical Science and Earth and Space Science. Students will be taught to keep a science notebook for their observations and collection of data. They will learn how to compile and analyze their data with graphs, charts and illustrations, and summarize their conclusions in a clear and understandable way. Topics include flight, rocketry, sea life, environment, insects, kitchen chemistry, machines and many others. There will be no textbook required. Students will be given lab packets for each session. They will also be evaluated using their lab notebooks and quarterly evaluations.

Materials: Under consideration now. Any resources that need to bought will be listed prior to enrollment.

Categories: Science
Target Levels: Grade 6; Grade 7

Johnny Maury

Tuition and Class Schedule by Academic Term:

Full Year 2024-25

  • Tuition and Fees

    • Lab Fee: $55.00

    • Tuition Fee: $595.00

    • Paid Security Guard Fee for Safety of Students: $25.00

  • Section 1: Johnny Maury ( (Open)

    • Tue 8:00 am - 9:20 am

Topics and Objectives
1. Module 1: The Study of Life
— Give accurate definition of life and the relationship to DNA
— Identify what day God created the different life forms
— Discuss what evolutionists believe including Panspermia
— Classify the living things in seven basic categories
— Define the five major Kingdoms
— Identify the different parts of a grasshopper
— Learn about Insects and its characteristics
2. Module 2: Arthropods
— Learn main Characteristics of Arthropods
— Study different classes of arthropods
3. Module 3: Introduction to Matter
— Explain how the Word of God in John 1:1-3 relates to the meaning of Science.
— Define the differences of the terms Matter, Mass and Energy.
— Observe how a Candle Burns.
— Define combustion and study combustion in a candle.
— Identify the combustion zones in a candle flame.
— Describe how a candle burns.
— Experiment with the properties of matter.
— Identify the different properties of a solid, liquid, gas and plasma state.
— Describe the different characteristics of particle motion.
— Illustrate chemical and physical change with particle drawings.

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