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Introduction to Chemistry and Physics

The Fall semester of Chemistry and Physics will cover Physical Science. We will cover topics such as motion and forces, simple machines, and electricity. 

During the Spring semester, we will cover Chemistry. We will tackle topics such as the periodic table, chemical reactions and equations, metals and nonmetals, and acids and bases. 

Science is not a spectator sport. The best way to learn and truly comprehend scientific concepts is by doing hands-on experiments and activities. This class will consist of many experiments and activities designed to provide a strong science foundation for students in their high school science courses.

Materials Needed:

Binder to keep class handouts and lab reports

Fall Semester: Machines and Motion: God’s Design for the Physical World, 4th edition, by Debbie and Richard Lawrence, ISBN 978-1-62691-463-6

Spring Semester: Properties of Atoms and Molecules: God’s Design for Chemistry and Ecology, 4th edition, by Debbie and Richard Lawrence, ISBN 978-1-62691-471-1

Homework: Weekly reading assignments and occasional research or projects of about 2 hours per week.

Starting Date: 
Tue, 2020-08-25
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
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Monthly Tuition: 
Material Fee: 
Material Fee: 
Non-Refundable, One Time Fee
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Karen Stokes holds a Master of Science degree in Chemistry from N.C. State University. She has been a homeschool mom for 10 years and has been teaching science to students for the past 8 years. She likes to take a hands-on approach to science, giving students the opportunity to experiment with concepts they are learning. She loves helping students understand complicated scientific concepts and the world around them.