About the story of Creation from the Big Bang through the evolution of humans
Suitable for Classes Ranging from 1st through 5th Grade
This field-tested curriculum was written by an early childhoood educator and a cosmologist (former parish minister), and includes 15 to 22 weeks of reading and active learning experiences in which children learn and celebrate the origins of the Universe, our world, and human beings. The series includes readings, group activities, experiments, songs, games, and poetry, as well as two children's picture books (one written by Melott and Gronlund). Although originally developed for use in Unitarian Universalist congregations, the curriculum is very nonsectarian; in addition to the scientific content, reverance for and celebration of the natural world are emphasized. By adding or removing small amounts of material, it can be useful in most religious institutions that respect the results of science.
Some comments on the curriculum experience:
For more information, contact Gaye Gronlund, M.A., 231-276-0313, or Adrian Melott, Ph.D., M.Div. (785) 864-3037. Gaye may also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
includes 2 children's books: our own, beautifully illustrated in watercolor ("The Beginning of Everything" and "The Tree of Life", a binder with 15 to 22 weeks of lesson plans with suggested readings, poems, songs and celebrations as well as hands-on activities and explorations with the scientific concepts involved. To see the cover of our book (showing the illustration style), click here.)
How to to Order:
Please give your name and address and send $95 in check or money order:
Cost for materials......$87.50
Plus shipping & handling.................................. ...........................................$ 7.50
Send check or money order for $95 payable to:
ECE Consulting, Inc.
4160 Peninsular Shores Dr.
Grawn, MI 49637
Orders for the full curriculum will only be accepted by postal mail at ECE consulting.
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