Curricula

Textbook Name Source Grade Level Version Description Website
Text Connections: The Sun and the Seasons Benchmark Education 1-2 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: Earth's Surface Benchmark Education 1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: Hurricane Diary Benchmark Education 1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: Penguins in Antarctica Benchmark Education K-1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: Rivers Are Amazing Benchmark Education K-1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: There's a Season for Everyone Benchmark Education K-1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: Thunderstorms Are the Best Storms! Benchmark Education 1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
Text Connections: Wind Benchmark Education 1 hard copy No description available. Visit Site
The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology 12e 2013 Pearson/Prentice Hall 9-12 hard copy The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology reinforces basic concepts with everyday, easy-to-grasp examples. This text retains the hallmarks teachers have come to expect from Tarbuck and Lutgens: a friendly, largely non-technical narrative, timely coverage of recent atmospheric events, and carefully crafted artwork by leading science illustrator Dennis Tasa. This edition maintains a student-friendly approach while evolving to address various course challenges and trends. Visit Site
The Earth in Space - Issues and Earth Science Unit F LAB-AIDS 6-8 hard copy The Earth in Space unit begins with an exploration of the day-night cycle and Earth?s rotation around its axis. Students then analyze data, and use models and a computer simulation to explore Earth?s axis tilt and revolution around the Sun, and to explain Earth?s year and seasonal changes in day length and average temperature. In the final activities of the unit, students investigate the relationship of the solar and lunar cycles to different calendars and predict how variations in these cycles and axis tilt would impact a planet. Visit Site