We received a Language Arts Study and a Science Study from Moving Beyond the Page. It is a literature-based curriculum. This curriculum works well for children that are hands-on learners. They sell complete curriculum and also individual units so you can pick and choose what studies you want to do.
We chose the Language Arts Unit Tornado and the Science Unit Amazing Weather. They can be used separately but are designed to be used together. These units are designed for ages 7-9 and include everything you need for a full study.
We received the physical book for Tornado. The set included the book, Tornado, How the Turtle Got It's Shell and the teachers guide.
The teachers guide is a spiral bound book with lesson plans and student worksheets for you children to work through as they read through the story. There are daily activities listed that you will do for that days lesson.
book and Weather and Climate - Geography Facts and Experiments book and a boiling point thermometer. For the student worksheets with the study, I would go online and print the pdf pages for each lesson. With the online access, you can print as much or as little of the pages as needed.
The printable online units seem like the more cost-effective way to go if you are wanting to use this curriculum with multiple students.
The physical unit for Tornado is $24.97 and there is also an online unit available.
The online unit for Amazing Weather is $29.91 and there is also a physical unit available.
Our Final Thoughts
We really enjoyed both of these units. They are really exciting. The teacher's guides are well laid out and easy to follow. All of the bugs participated in these studies as much as they could. The were always excited to hear what would happen next in the Tornado book. I can see us using Moving Beyond the Page more often. I will be using the online version for our family for everything, that way, everyone can enjoy doing the worksheets. I highly recommendced this curriulum, especially for those who want full inclusive science, language arts or social studies.
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