3rd – 8th Grade

The online curriculum that Charity Christian Academy uses is Ignitia. It is both challenging and flexible which makes it work well for most students. It is a comprehensive curriculum for grades 3 – 12, with five core courses (Bible, History, Language Arts, Math, and Science) and over 30 electives available. The courses include text-based lessons, quizzes, and tests, along with videos, games, and projects. We also have optional science kits to make experiments easier to do at home.

To see courses, please go to our resource page.

Online education is not “the easy way out of school”. It takes dedication to get the required assignments completed. Younger students can often complete their main assignments in just a few hours, while older students need to plan on a minimum of four and a half hours or more per day. Students are required to earn a minimum of 80% per unit or they get the privilege of doing part or all of the unit over to reinforce the concepts that were not understood the first time they studied it.

Every student is required to take placement tests to help determine if they have any learning gaps in their education. A learning gap sometimes arises because different curricula teaches subjects in a different order. Sometimes it is because a student didn’t quite understand a certain concept. A learning gap can affect a student’s progress and should be fixed before going forward.

Parents receive monthly online attendance reports. These reports tell down to the second how long a student was actively engaged in learning on the school website. Report cards are emailed quarterly.

    Additional kits for online courses are provided below:

    Available Elective Courses

    American Literature (Grades 7 – 12)

    American Literature is a five-unit elective that engages high school students in a literary conversation with some of the most colorful and influential minds in American history. Their words will give students a greater understanding of themselves, their culture, and the ideas of others. The course teaches students the various movements in American literature, starting with the roots of American literature in writings from the Puritans. The course concludes with works by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and other black writers who were part of the struggle for racial freedom during the civil rights era.

    Required Resources

    Some assignments in this course require the use of resources that must be supplied by the user. These outside resources are listed below by assignment.

    Our Town, Thornton Wilder

    Astronomy (Grades 5 – 8)

    This course covers everything a middle school student could want to know about astronomy and the heavenly bodies. This is a course designed to cover one semester and be substituted for one semester of any science course from fifth through eighth grade or used as an elective.

    A Trip Around the World (3rd – 6th Grade)

    This is an elementary world cultures course with a focus on a different country every month. The course contains art projects and cooking projects that will require fairly easy to find materials.

    Bird Study (Grades 7 – 12)

    This half year course is primarily a project-based course, especially for the hands-on learner. There are only a few actual lessons in this course, but many hands-on projects that are designed to teach the student both research skills and practical skills. There are several projects that will take special equipment such as building a birdhouse, building a birdbath, and planting a tree or shrub.

    British Literature (Grades 7 – 12)

    Beginning with works from the Middle Ages, British Literature is a five-unit course that teaches high school students about some of the greatest books of Western Civilization. Students will learn how to appreciate the English literature of the Middle Ages for its wisdom and beauty and will also gain a better understanding of the development of the English language and its literature. Course units cover one to two centuries, concluding with the writings of apologist C.S. Lewis in the 20th century.

    Required Resources

    Some assignments in this course require the use of resources that must be supplied by the user. These outside resources are listed below by assignment.

    1Project – Metonymy

    Newspapers and magazines

    1Essay – Comparing Literature with Scripture

    Bible

    Camping (Grades 7 – 12)

    This is a full year course with lots of hands-on projects mixed in with lessons. There are very few quizzes and tests in this course because the grade is primarily based off of the projects.

    This course does require physical activity including camping, hiking, biking, rappelling and more.

    Career Explorations I (Grades 7 – 8)

    The Career Explorations I course is designed to give seventh- and eighth-grade students an opportunity to explore various CTE subjects. Specifically, students will be able to learn about careers involving human-related services.

    Each unit introduces one particular field and explains its past, present, and future. The goal is to whet students’ appetites for these careers. Students can then explore that career in more detail as a high school student.

    Career Explorations II (Grades 7 – 8)

    The Career Explorations II course is designed to give seventh- and eighth-grade students an opportunity to explore various CTE subjects. Specifically, students will be able to learn about careers involving various technical fields from computers to agriculture.

    Each unit introduces one particular field and explains its past, present, and future. The goal is to whet students’ appetites for these careers. Students can then explore that career in more detail as a high school student.

    Career Explorations II: Course Requirements

    Access to the Internet to view various course-related Web sites and conduct research.

    Access to Microsoft® PowerPoint® or a similar program.

    Ability to conduct personal interviews for some projects.

    Career Explorations III (Grades 7 – 8)

    The Career Explorations III course is designed to give seventh- and eighth-grade students an opportunity to explore various CTE subjects. Specifically, students will be able to learn about careers involving human-related services.

    Each unit introduces one particular field and explains its past, present, and future. The goal is to whet students’ appetites for these careers. Students can then explore that career in more detail as a high school student.

    Career Explorations III: Course Requirements

    Access to the Internet to view various course-related Web sites and conduct research.

    Access to Microsoft® PowerPoint® or a similar program.

    Ability to conduct personal interviews for some projects.

    Civics (Grades 7 – 12)

    In this five-section elective, high-school students will learn about the rights and responsibilities of being an American citizen. By studying different forms of government, students will investigate what motivated America’s founding fathers as they drafted the U.S. Constitution. Students will also learn about the branches of the U.S. government as laid out in the Constitution and about the structure of state and local governments. In each unit, students will complete an in-depth project related to that unit’s topic.

    Creative Cooking (Grades 7 – 12)

    Creative Cooking is a half year elective course for grades 7 – 12. It covers cake decorating, candy making, and how to host an English tea party (including the traditional foods served). This is definitely a fun home economics course.

    Creative Skills (Grades 8 – 12)

    This is a half year course with lots of hands-on craft projects. Students learn the basics of candle making, crocheting, painting, drawing, and more.

    Digital Arts (Grades 8 – 12)

    Digital Arts is a semester-long elective designed to provide computer science students with an introduction to visualization-graphics programming on computers. To equip students for today’s digitally driven lifestyle, this course focuses on using a digital camera and the practical application of digital imaging and editing programs. Additionally, students will work with audio-editing programs, and will also examine 3D technology and cinematography.

    Throughout the course, students may be asked to answer questions or to reflect on what they’ve read in their notes. The notes are not graded. Rather, they are a way for students to extend their thinking about the lesson content. Students may keep handwritten or typed notes.

    Additional Resources

    In addition to the default course program, Digital Arts includes extra alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs. Below is a list of suggested resources which can be used in conjunction with these assignments.

    All Projects, Reports, and Essays

    Supplies needed to complete most projects, reports, and essays throughout this course:

    Internet Access

    Students will be asked to download free software, such as Photoshop Express or Audacity.

    A digital camera is also recommended but is not mandatory.

    Electricity and Magnetism (Grades 4 – 6) 

    Students will learn about electricity and magnetism both through lessons and hands-on experiments.

    Elementary Ancient Art (Grades 3 – 4)

    Students will study art throughout history from ancient cave paintings through the Renaissance. They will study the art of various cultures through history including Egypt, China, India, Greece, Rome, Japan, and Viking. Students will try to imitate artwork while learning about line, color, motion, and perspective.

    Elementary Old Testament (Grades 3 – 4)

    This course is an overview of Old Testament Bible stories. The course is written in story format with a mixture of worksheets and comprehension questions.

    Everyday Math I (Grades 8 – 12)

    Everyday Math I is designed for the non-college bound student. This course covers basic operations, measurement, and fractions. The goal of this course is to reinforce the math skills that are needed in daily life.

    Everyday Math II (Grades 8 – 12)

    Everyday Math II is designed for the non-college bound student. This course covers basic operations, measurement, and fractions. The goal of this course is to reinforce the math skills that are needed in daily life.

    Everyday Math III (Grades 8 – 12)

    Everyday Math III is designed for the non-college bound student. This course covers basic operations, measurement, and fractions. The goal of this course is to reinforce the math skills that are needed in daily life.

    Everyday Math IV (Grades 8 – 12)

    Everyday Math IV is designed for the non-college bound student. This course covers basic operations, measurement, and fractions. The goal of this course is to reinforce the math skills that are needed in daily life.

    Fishing (Grades 7 – 12)

    Fishing is a half year course for students in grades 5 – 12. The course consists primarily of projects that help the student to learn skills in selecting and caring for their equipment in addition to catching fish for the dinner table.

    Genesis (Grades 3 – 5)

    Genesis is a Bible course designed for the hands-on learner. Assignments include written lessons, art activities, and more.

    Health Quest (Grades 4 – 7)

    Health Quest is a health science elective course for upper elementary and junior high students. The curriculum introduces students to the concepts of what good health is, why good health is important, and what students should do in order to achieve good health.

    High School Health (Grades 8 – 12)

    High School Health is a health science elective course that introduces students to what good health is, why good health is important, and what students should do in order to achieve good health.

    Keyboarding and Applications (Grades 8 – 12)

    Keyboarding and Applications is a semester-long elective that teaches students keyboarding skills, technical skills, effective communication skills, and productive work habits. In this course, students will learn about proper keyboarding technique. Once students have been introduced to keyboarding skill, lessons will include daily practice of those skills. Students will gain an understanding of computer hardware, operating systems, file management, and the Internet. In addition, they will apply their keyboarding skills and create a variety of business documents, including word processing documents and electronic presentations.

    Keyboarding and Applications Course Requirements

    word-processor software

    presentation software

    Lego Study on Gold and Gold Mining (Grades 7 – 10)

    This course covers the scientific aspects of gold, California Gold Rush, and gold in the Bible. There are lots of hands-on projects in this half-year course.

    Requirement

    Lego City kit 4204 The Mine

    Literature 130 (Grades 7 – 11)

    Literature course for grades 7 – 11 that uses primarily historical fiction books. Most of the books focus on early USA history. This is a one-semester course.

    Middle School Ancient Art (Grades 5 – 8)

    Students will study art throughout history from ancient cave paintings through the Renaissance. They will study the art of various cultures through history including Egypt, China, India, Greece, Rome, Japan, and Viking. Students will try to imitate artwork while learning about line, color, motion, and perspective.

    Middle School Art 1 (Grades 5 – 8)

    This course covers drawing, painting, art history, and more.

    Middle School Home Economics (Grades 6 – 8)

    The goal of this year-long course is to introduce students to various skills in homemaking. Students will be introduced to cooking, sewing, child care, and various other skills that are necessary for maintaining a home.

    Music Appreciation (Grades 8 – 12)

    The goal of this semester-long course is to provide instruction in basic musical elements, trace the development and growth of classical music, and give students a strong foundation for a greater appreciation of music. Students will examine music in the world around them and discover how they experience music. They’ll be introduced to the basic elements and sounds of music and instruments. Students will learn the names and backgrounds of several famous musical composers. Students will also learn how and where classical music began, how it developed over the centuries, and the ways in which music and culture affect each other. Lastly, students will examine the ways modern music has been influenced by classical music.

    This course also provides students with lessons in engaged listening. These special lessons allow students to listen and respond to music. A template for how to listen and respond is provided.

    Additional Resources

    In addition to the default course program, Music Appreciation includes extra alternate lessons, projects, and tests for use in enhancing instruction or addressing individual needs. Below is a list of suggested resources which can be used in conjunction with these assignments.

    All Projects, Reports, Essays in Course

    Supplies needed to complete most projects, reports, and essays throughout this course:

    Internet or other research material

    Paper, pencils, or other writing material

    Printer

    1Project: Music Response

    Access to at least 20 minutes of recorded or live classical music

    1Project: Find Your Musical Heritage

    Access to listening samples of traditional ethnic music

    1Lesson: Engaged Listening

    Access to at least 10 minutes of a listening sample of traditional ethnic music

    2Project: Choose Your Instrument

    Access to a listening sample of a favorite song

    2Lesson: Engaged Listening

    Internet access to a musical piece, “The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra” by Benjamin Britten

    2Project: Creative Instrumentation

    Access to two or three pictures of student’s choice of musical instrument

    Access to two listening samples of student’s choice of musical instrument

    3Lesson 5: Engaged Listening

    Access to internet or other reference material

    3Project: Renaissance Moods

    Access to internet or other reference material

    3Lesson 15: Engaged Listening

    Access to internet or other reference material

    3Project: Patron of the Arts

    Access to internet or other reference material

    Access to listening samples of music created by student’s choice of composer

    4Lesson 5: Engaged Listening

    Access to internet or other reference material

    4Project: Composer Under Suspicion

    Access to internet or other reference

    Access to listening samples of music created by student’s choice of classical music composer

    4Lesson 14: Engaged Listening

    Access to internet or other reference material

    Access to listening samples of music created by student’s choice of Romantic music composer

    4Project: Art

    Access to photographs of the following two paintings: “The Hay Wain” by John Constable and “The Battle of Trafalgar” by J.M.W. Turner

    5Lesson 5: Engaged Listening

    Access to internet or other reference material

    Access to listening samples (at least 10 minutes long) of music created by student’s choice of 20th-century music composer

    5Lesson 13: Engaged Listening

    Access to internet or other reference material

    Access to listening samples (at least 10 minutes long) of music created by student’s choice of 20th-century American music composer

    5Project: Concert Experience

    Option 1: Attend a local classical music concert.

    Option 2: If no live concerts are available, an audio-visual recording of a classical music concert may be substituted.

    Native American Lore (Grades 7 – 12)

    This is a half year course that can be used for either a half year of social studies or for an elective. The course is primarily project-based with some lessons to help enhance the student’s understanding of the subject matter.

    Photography (Grades 7 – 12)

    Photography teaches students how to care for their camera, the parts of a camera, how to take good shots, a little history of photography, and much more. A digital camera is necessary for the course.

    Prepare and Pray 1 (Grades 7 – 12)

    Prepare and Pray 1 is a unit study based off of Swiss Family Robinson. It covers Literature, English, art, music, Bible, various branches of science, history, geography, survival skills, and more.

    Prepare and Pray 2 (Grades 8 – 12)

    Prepare and Pray 2 is a continuation of the unit study based off of Swiss Family Robinson. It covers Literature, English, art, music, Bible, various branches of science, history, geography, survival skills, and more.

    Principles of Coding (Grades 5 – 8)

    Principles of Coding is designed to introduce middle school students to the power of coding. Computer literacy has become just as important as reading and math literacy in the 21st Century. No matter what career students select, learning even the basics of coding and computers will benefit them. Additionally, every year there is a standing demand for 120,000 people who are trained in computer science. Jobs in this industry are growing at more than two times the national average of any other field.

    Rocketry (Grades 4 – 6)

    This course covers a study of rocketry including experiments and building two model rockets.

    State History (Grades 7 – 12)

    State history is available for all 50 states.

    Viking Adventure (Grades 4 – 6)

    A fun study on Vikings that includes some hands-on activities and even a cooking project.

    Wild About Animals (Grades 3 – 6)

    Wild about Animals is a study of various kinds animals through lessons, videos, and hands-on projects.

    Wildlife (Grades 3 – 5)

    Wildlife is a fun half-year science course with lots of hands-on activities. The course covers a variety of animals that students learn about in through books, videos, and other activities.

    Zoology (Grades 3 – 5)

    This is a fun half year course designed for students in grades 3 – 5 that covers animals in a number of different aspects. This is a course designed can be substituted for one semester of any science course from third through fifth grade or used as an elective.

    Available Art Kits

    Elementary Ancient Art Kit (3rd & 4th Grade)

    • Drawing Paper (White) Std 50# 12″x18″ 100 sht
    • Prang Thick Core Color Pencil Set/24 (3.3 mm)
    • Plast-I-Clay Modeling Clay 10 Colors
    • Square Chalk Pastels 24-color Set
    • 8 Tempera Cakes in Plastic Tray with Brush
    • Prang 16-Pan Watercolor Set
    • Scotch Magic Matte Finish Tape Disp Roll(3/4x650)
    • Prang Classic Art Markers 12 Count
    • Drawing Pencil Set (HB, 3B, 5B, 6B)

    Middle School Ancient Art Kit (5th – 8th Grade)

    • Drawing Paper (White) Std 50# 12″x18″ 100 sht
    • Prang Thick Core Color Pencil Set/24 (3.3 mm)
    • Plast-I-Clay Modeling Clay 10 Colors
    • Square Chalk Pastels 24-color Set
    • 8 Tempera Cakes in Plastic Tray with Brush
    • Prang 16-Pan Watercolor Set
    • Scotch Magic Matte Finish Tape Disp Roll(3/4x650)
    • Prang Classic Art Markers 12 Count
    • Drawing Pencil Set (HB, 3B, 5B, 6B)
    • Large Origami Paper refill
    • Fiskars Student Scissors 7″ Blue
    • Jumbo Multi-Color Stamp Pad

    A Trip Around the World Kit (3rd – 6th Grade)

    • Prang Crayons – 16 Colors Set
    • Modeling Clay – 1 lb. Asst.
    • Tissue Paper 24 sheet Bright (20″ x 30″)
    • Fiskars Softgrip Student Scissors 7″
    • Chenille Stems-Striped Asst Colors(6mm x 12″)
    • African Wildlife Challenge (Deck 1 & Deck 2)
    • Aleenes School Tacky Glue (4oz)
    • BIC Marking Prm Marker Fashion Clr-Fn Pt 12pk
    • Alphabet Stickers
    • Hi-Polymer Professional Pencil Cap Erasers-10pk
    • Rainbow Earth Marble 1″
    • Flames Tape Works
    • Prang Thick Core Color Pencil Set/50 (3.3mm)

    Wild About Animals (3rd – 6th Grade)

    • White Tempera Paint 16 oz.
    • Black Tempera Paint 8 oz.
    • Hobby & Craft Asst. Dynasty Brushes (Set #9)
    • Fiskars Softgrip Student Scissors 7″
    • Prang Thick Core Color Pencil Set/36 (3.3mm)
    • Large Origami Paper refill
    • LEGO Classic Creative Bricks (10692)
    • Plastic Beads (7 oz bag)
    • Calder Kit
    • Construction Paper 76# Assorted 9″x12″
    • Crayola UC Wshbl Fine Line Markers-Classic 10
    • Sticky Black Eyes Round Black/White (160 pcs)

    Rocketry Kit (4th – 6th Grade)

    • Hi-Flier Level 1 Rocket Kit
    • Mosquito Mini Engine Rocket Kit
    • 1/2A3-2T Rocket Engines 4-Pack (engines for Mosquito Rocket)
    • A8-3 Rocket Engines 3-Pack (engines for Hi-Flier Rocket)
    • Rubber Bands – #64 (3.5″ x .25″)
    • Hi-Polymer Professional Pencil Cap Erasers-10pk
    • Mighty Bright Placemats-24 Placemats(card stk)
    • Safety Goggles, Colored (asst)
    • Fiskars Softgrip Student Scissors 7″
    • Cotton Warping String fr Tapestry Looms 1lb cone
    • Tape Measure English/Metric 60″

    Additional English kits:

    Reading level A (3rd & 4th Grade)

    • Cora Frear: A True Story
    • Stone Fox
    • Littles
    • Pioneer Cat
    • Phoebe the Spy
    • Hannah
    • Lighthouse Family: The Storm
    • Courage of Sarah Noble
    • Lion to Guard Us
    • Who’s That Stepping on Plymouth Rock?
    • Capyboppy
    • Bears on Hemlock Mountain
    • Dolphin Adventure
    • Secret Garden (Classic Starts)

    Reading level B (3rd – 5th Grade)

    • Sarah, Plain and Tall
    • Louis Braille
    • Om Kas Toe: Blackfoot Twin Captures an Elkdog
    • A Penny’s Worth of Character
    • Shiloh
    • The Year of Miss Agnes
    • Freedom Train: The Story of Harriet Tubman
    • Pocahontas
    • Matchlock Gun
    • Great Wheel

    Reading level C (4th – 6th Grade)

    • Kite Fighters
    • House of Sixty Fathers
    • Where the Red Fern Grows
    • Ali and the Golden Eagle
    • King of the Wind
    • Big Wave
    • Sign of the Beaver
    • Toothpaste Millionaire
    • Gentle Ben
    • Black Stallion
    • Incredible Journey

    Additional Science kits:

    Science Lab Kit (3rd Grade)

    Kit includes: bag of rocks, baking soda, large balloons (5), black construction paper (3), small brown gift box (2), chalk, clay (Play-Doh), cocoa, comb, cone-shaped drinking cup, copper tube, dry cereal, flashlight, flat baking pan, food coloring (blue), glue, index cards, inflatable globe, large glass jar (12 oz), large glass jar lid, lima beans, magnifying lens, mass scale, matches, measuring tape, moldable wax, small nail, paper cups (10), paper towel sheets (4), pencils (2), permanent marker, piece of lined paper, pieces of rubber (2), plastic wrap, potting soil, red drink mix, rubber band pack (6 different sizes), ruler, salt, sand, sandpaper, scissors, small glass jar w/ lid (8 oz), small mirror, small wood block, sponge, stickers (4 pk), stopwatch, straight pins (3), student thermometer (2), tea light candles (3), thumbtacks, toothpicks, tuning fork, vinegar, waxed paper, white cotton string, white paper (5), wire coat hangers (2), and wooden dowel 6″.

    Science Lab Kit (4th Grade)

    Kit includes: ammonia (50 ml), bar magnet, glass beaker (250 ml), black construction paper (6), permanent marker, cardboard (8.5″ x 11″), cardboard tube, chalk, cheesecloth netting, clear 12 oz plastic cups (6), clear tape, compact disk, cooking oil, copper strips (3), non-insulated copper wire (3 ft), directional compass, drawing compass, dry cell (9 volt), electrostatics kit, flashlight, blue food coloring, galvanometer, 8 oz glass jars (2), insulated copper wire (4 2ft pieces), iron filing tube, knife switch, large 3″ nail, kitchen scale, measuring tape, paper clips, paper cup (7 oz), paper lunch bag, paper towels (3), pencil, plastic container, plastic knife, plastic spoon, red drink mix, rope (2m, pulley cord), rubber bands (2), ruler, safety goggles, salt, screw, single pulley (2), small blocks of wood (2), small nail, spool of thread, spring scale (250g metric), star & planet locator (star map), straight pins, 6″ styrofoam ball, sugar, thin pieces of wood (2), thin white box, toy car, vinegar, white cotton string (4 pieces), white paper (4), and zinc strips (3).

    Science Lab Kit (5th Grade)

    Kit includes: bag of rocks, baking soda, blue food coloring, bran flakes, cardboard, corn seeds, cotton ball (2 pk), diluted iodine solution, dissecting pins (10 pk), eyedropper, forceps (tweezers), 12 oz glass jar w/ lid (2), graduated cylinder (plastic, 100ml), lancet, lima bean seeds, magnifier, large marble, small marble, match book, microscope slides & coverslips (10 pk), modeling clay, oblong baking pan, large paper clips, paper towel, plaster of paris, plastic container, plastic funnel, plastic spoon, primary pan balance, rubbing alcohol, sand, scalpel, sea shells, short board, small block of wood, soil, student thermometer, sugar, table salt, tea candle w/ holder, vinegar, white paper (2), and yellow construction paper. 

    Science Lab Kit (6th Grade)

    Kit includes: 8 oz glass jar (w/out lid), alcohol burner w/ stand (fuel not included), baby lima bean seeds, baking soda, large balloon, 250 ml glass beaker (2), Benedict’s solution, black construction paper (3), black marker, blue food coloring (2), blue tissue paper, cardboard (2), cardboard, cardstock (2), chalk, clear tape, cooking oil, corn seeds, corn starch, cotton ball (2 pk), cotton swab, dialysis membrane (2), dish soap, economical magnifier, flashlight, 12 oz glass jar, glucose test strips, green construction paper (2), green tissue paper, honey, household ammonia (50 ml), insulated copper wire (6″), iodine solution, 8 oz jar lids (2), large 3″ nail, lima beans, lime water, large marble, 4″ masking tape (2), metal nut, microscope slide & coverslips (10 pk), mint candy, paper towels (5), pencils (2), phenolphthalein solution, clear 12 oz plastic cups (8), plastic graduated cylinder (10 ml), plastic knife, platic petri dish, plastic pipette, plastic red bowl, plastic spoon, plastic zip lock bags, prepared slide of a leaf, protractor, PTC paper strips (10 pk), radish seeds, single-edge razor blade, red construction paper (2), red food coloring, red tissue paper, rennet table, rope (10 ft), small rubber bands (5), #00 15 mm rubber stoppers (2), rubbing alcohol, wooden ruler, safety goggles, saltine crackers, scissors, small block of wood, small mirror, spectroscope, 250g spring scale, stopwatch, large straw (3), string, styrofoam cups & lids (2) test tube holder (clamp), test tubes (6 pk), thumbtacks, toothpick, tuning fork, vinegar, white construction paper (2), white paper (10), white trash bag, world map w/ latitude & longitude lines, and yellow food coloring.

    Science Lab Kit – General Science I

    Contains blindfold, convex lens, drawing compass, drinking straw, flat mirror, forceps, glass slides & cover slips, graduated cylinder, iodine solution, limestone rock, magnifying mirror, metal washer, modeling clay, paper fasteners, pen light, pipette, protractor, ruler, stopwatch, thermometers, umbrella, and wood blocks. You will still need to gather some common items from around your home to use in some experiments.

    Science Lab Kit – General Science II

    Contains 250 ml glass beaker, alcohol lamp with stand, bar magnet, electrostatic kit, graduated cylinder, horseshoe magnet, inflatable globe, iodine solution, iron metal filings, large marbles, mass scale, Milk of Magnesia, phenolphthalein solution, pipette, Plaster of Paris, plastic funnel, pulley, red and blue litmus paper, ruler, safety goggles, cover slips and slides, spring scale, stirring rod, stopwatch, test tube rack, test tubes, thermometer, and wire test tube holder. You will still need to gather some common items from around your home to use in some experiments.

    Purchase options

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    Tuition billed seperately ($50 a month for 12 months).


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