6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Supplemental Science Curriculum: Funny, Witty, and All Students Can Relate
Teach With Cartoons is a middle school program covering 6th, 7th and 8th grade science.
The science program is aligned with national standards, and covers a realm of learning abilities and multiple intelligences. I really like this 6th, 7th, and 8th grade science curriculum because it is flexible enough to provide supplemental support for all types of learners, including, but not limited to: special needs, ESL, mainstream students and those who are also home-schooled.
I taught 6th grade science for 2 years with a mix of high-level needs and various multiple intelligences in my classes.
I would have loved to have this science program as a tool to enhance, supplement, and simply make my 6th grade science class a bit more realistic, fun and interesting. I like how the characters are relevant to real life. Students will be able to find a personal connection within one of the characters, as they all have traits in common with different types of learners. Real life and real world connections always enhance any curriculum; especially with 6th grade science learners. For example, it is not always easy to relate the cycle of photosynthesis to a student’s everyday life, nor is it funny. This science program keeps kids engaged because it is light, interactive, and relevant to the world.
If you teach 6th grade science (as I did), I believe your science students will really enjoy this new comic strip program. Click the banner for a free trial too!
The science curriculum also supports multiple intelligences by incorporating work for:
The science program is funny, down to earth and kids can relate to the characters very well.
Here is a short video about the program:
Teachers and/or parents who like the science program can receive a 10% discount when checking out with my name: Robyn.
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