Digital Science Online: Elementary Edition is an annual subscription allowing you access to the program for one year. There are more than 135 units of study covering grades K-5. Each of these units are visual in design, drawing the students interest to the lesson and keeping the mind intrigued.
Parents, students and teachers also have 24/7 access to the program so learning can happen at any time. It’s easy to use and allows many options for lessons. This makes for a great program to learn by. There are videos, images, and animations available throughout the program, along with access to student and teacher content.
Some of the primary subjects we covered have been measuring length, exploring sound, using electricity, observing weather changes, learning about seasons, and so much more. Subjects covered through the program for Elementary are Physical, Earth, Life and Health science. We learned so much for these wonderful lessons.
Laycie and all the kids have enjoyed using Visual Learning Systems: Digital Science Online. It’s been a great program for our family and has fit well with our learning style. I look forward to using the program throughout this year with my children.
I also love the fact that the lessons are laid out so thoroughly. The videos are easy to access along with the animations. There are worksheets available to use with students to ensure they are learning the information provided to them in each lesson. Learning objectives are also provided which are great to show just what is being taught by each lesson covered.
Laycie enjoys the lesson videos the most. The simple things she learns intrigues her and leaves her wanting to learn more. Since the lessons are thorough though, we don’t have to outsource a lot to teach her more. It’s all provided right on the website, easy for her to see and learn.
Visual Learning Systems: Digital Science Online is available for $99 a year for either Elementary Science or Secondary Science access. Digital Science Online: Elementary Edition is for students in grades K-5. Digital Science Online: Secondary Edition is for students in grades 6-12.
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