Rabbit Trails through Science: Birds is a literature based science curriculum for all elementary age children. It contains 16 lessons, with each lesson taking two weeks to cover. This makes it a full 32 week curriculum, which will take one full school year to complete.
This science curriculum has 16 lessons on birds so that you will become expert ornithologists! The 16 different lessons and Rabbit Trails include:
-Introduction to Birds
-Feathers & Wings
-Beaks & Bills
-Peacocks & Courtship
-Birds in Mythology
-Endangered and Extinct Species
The main books that go along with this curriculum are:
Explanatorium of Nature
This is the main book that all of our nature curriculum uses as a spine. It has beautiful, full color photographs, diagrams, and so much more to learn from! It’s an amazing resource book to include in your homeschool and is sure to be well loved.
Nests, Eggs, Birds
This is another wonderful reference book that will be used throughout the curriculum. The pictures are absolutely beautiful and there are is also a wonderful glossary in the back to help with vocabulary and definitions.
The Burgess Book of Birds
This classic is included as a read aloud to be enjoyed throughout your time learning about birds. You will learn amazing facts about different birds throughout the story to add enrichment to your studies!
On Wings of Song
This book is full of poetry all about birds! These poems will be included in the copywork sections of each lesson, plus you can have a fun poetry tea time reading them, too.
Want to know more how the curriculum works and what is included? The file below gives an inside look on how to use the curriculum, the books, lessons, and Rabbit Trails included, and a sample lesson to look over.
Want to see inside of Rabbit Trails through Science: Birds? You can see inside of the curriculum with my full walk through here:
What about a sample schedule? I created Rabbit Trails through Science to not have any boxes to check- I want homeschool families to make Rabbit Trails fit into their everyday lives without stressing about what lesson needs to be done each day. However, I know some people like to have a lesson all laid out for them so they can envision how the curriculum will fit into their homeschool. I have attached a file that shows a sample schedule for one lesson to give you an idea of how I personally lay out the lessons in my own homeschool.
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