Apologia Physical Science Module 3 Links | The Atmosphere
Module 3: The Atmosphere
Links and cool science experiments about the earth's atmosphere, pressure and temperature, to supplement Module 3 of Apologia's Exploring Creation with Physical Science. It is recommended as an 8th grade middle school course, but may also be used for ninth grade or younger advanced students.This curriculum is popular in Christian schools and homeschools to learn the science necessary for advanced education. I pray that by the end of the course, you will more deeply appreciate the wonder of God's creation!
Lapbook Journal - by Knowledge Box
Apologia's Physical Science curriculum comes to life with this great tool. All ""On Your Own"" questions are together in a journal format, so the student doesn't have to re-write all of the questions. All ""Study Guide"" questions at the end of each module are represented by colorful booklets that each student cuts out and assembles within his or her notebook. Lab reports are partially completed, with Supplies, Introduction, & Procedure portions completed and Observations, Diagrams, & Summary left blank for the student to fill out. This file includes over 600 pages of helpful and organized tools for improved retention of this challenging topic. This product is available in ebook, CD, and printed.
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Lab Supplies for Module 3
Eye protection such as goggles or safety glasses
Two empty, 12-ounce aluminum cans (like soda pop cans)
Plastic bottle (The best volume would be 1 quart or 1 liter, but any size will work.)
Visit Applie's Place here for experiment on atmospheric pressure.
The Layers of Earth's Atmosphere
Atmosphere Song - By Mr. Parr
What is Temperature?
See the effect of changing temperature at DonnaYoung.org
Homosphere and Heterosphere:
3 Layers in the Homosphere:
Greek & Latin Roots:
Sphere= round body