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What topics are covered by sixth grade ScienceFusion textbooks?

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Some of the module topics from the ScienceFusion textbook series for sixth grade include Cells and Heredity, The Diversity of Living Things, The Human Body, Ecology and the Environment, and The Dynamic Earth. Other module topics include Earth's Water and Atmosphere, Space Science, Matter and Energy, Motion, Forces, and Energy, and Sound and Light.

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The ScienceFusion textbook modules are for grades six through eight, and most homeschool families cover three to four of the modules each school year. There are 11 topics in total, and the modules are appropriate for all middle grade students, so parents can choose to only teach one type of science each year, or teach a bit of each type of science -- earth, life and physical -- each year.

The ScienceFusion homeschool program teaches students lessons in science both online and through printed materials. The courses allow students to ask questions, make decisions about science and think critically. The online curriculum allows students to participate in multi-model learning, and there is a write-in work text feature that gives students visual clues to help students move through all parts of the program. There are also labs that supplement the text and online learning that helps students to get hands-on with the subjects they are learning about in ScienceFusion modules.

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