The Geology Student Notebook
In this unit, students will use a combination of written narration and drawing alongside The Geology Book by Master Books to learn about our planet and its rolling hills, solitary plains, churning seas and rivers, and majestic mountains that were all set in place by processes that are relevant to today’s entire population of this spinning rock we call home.
Students will learn what really carved the Grand Canyon; how thick the Earth’s crust is; the varied features of the Earth’s surface; how sedimentary deposition occurs through water, wind, and ice; effects of erosion and ways in which sediments become sedimentary rock; fossilization and the age of the dinosaurs; the powerful effects of volcanic activity; continental drift theory; radioisotope and carbon dating; and geologic processes of the past.
Each chapter includes vocabulary words, written narration and notebooking, drawing, and more. There are also numerous Bible verses provided as copywork throughout.
At the beginning of the unit, you’ll find bonus related freebies we have for you that can enrich your study of geology. At the end of the unit, we’ve provided a set of ready-to-print vocabulary flash cards for review.
Like our other open & go curriculum, there is no prep-work involved – you simply grab your copy of the book and your notebooking journal and work at your own pace.
The Geology Student Notebook was created with permission from the publisher, Master Books. It is a companion to The Geology Book, sold separately.