8th Grade Science Curriculum
Time4Learning believes that science should be a never-ending process of discovery, interpretation, and evaluation. Our 8th grade science curriculum encourages independent learning by using the power of multimedia learning to keep students motivated and excited about scientific inquiry. Comprehensive, standards-based content also prepares 8th graders for the rigors of high school science courses.
The following information will provide you with advice on teaching 8th grade science, what to look for in an eighth grade science curriculum, and how Time4Learning can help you reach your 8th grade science goals.
What Do You Teach in Grade 8 Science?
There is not a designated course of study for 8th grade science, so homeschool families have a lot of flexibility with what to focus on. Time4Learning offers three primary science courses at the middle school level:
Learn more details about what 8th graders learn in science by using the individual course links above.
8th Grade Science Objectives
An effective 8th grade homeschool science curriculum should pave the way for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) courses at the high school level.
By the end of the year, 8th graders should be able to:
- Identify questions that can be answered through scientific investigations
- Design and conduct a scientific investigation
- Use technology as a tool to gather data and information
- Analyze and interpret data
- Think critically and logically to connect evidence and explanations
- Use scientific practices during laboratory exercises
Why Choose Time4Learning 8th Grade Science Homeschool Curriculum?
Your 8th grader will fall in love with science using a curriculum that offers fun, multimedia lessons, interactive tools and simulations, and graded activities.Time4Learning can be used as your main eighth grade science curriculum, as an afterschool skill-building tool, or even as a summer school curriculum.
Below are some of the reasons thousands of families choose Time4Learning for middle school science help:
|As a Full Curriculum
||As a Supplement