My First Science Curriculum – Year K to 2


Our package includes:

  • Nature Journaling With Kids ebook  – PDF
  • Australian Animals Mini Books – PDF
  • Chemistry & Physics Conversations ebook – PDF
  • Earth Science Conversations ebook –  PDF

This science curriculum includes science understanding, science skills and science as a human endeavour.

Grades: Foundation to Year 2
Ages: 5 to 8 years old


Homeschool Science Curriculum with Living Books

Use this homeschool science curriculum from Kindergarten to Year Two and cover the first three years of Australian Curriculum’s four strands of science.

Our homeschool friendly guides:

  • are easy to use in your homeschool.
  • use age appropriate questions that encourage your child to come up with their own answers.
  • include additional notes to help you answer your child’s questions
  • are written with the Australian Curriculum in mind
  • include outcome lists for your homeschool records.

Homeschool Science Bundle

My First Science: Australian Animals Mini Books includes:

  • short animal poems for your child to enjoy and memorize,
  • narrative descriptions for you read aloud to your child,
  • minibook pages with easy instructions for you to follow,
  • activities kids will enjoy like cutting, pasting and tracing.


My First Science: Earth Science Conversations includes:

  • 27 guided question lessons for you to ask your child about weather, outdoor observation and earth’s resources
  • Simple experiments with items found in your home
  • Observation charts and skill development
  • Bonus Australian Book Traveller – Earth Science Literature Study


My First Science: Chemistry and Physics Conversations includes:

  • 21 guided question lessons for you to ask your child about chemistry & physics
  • Simple experiments with items found in your home
  • 2 short stories for your child to enjoy about Archimedes and Sir Isaac Newton.


Nature Journaling With Kids
Nature Journaling with Kids will help you make nature journaling a part of your child’s homeschool lessons.This book will give you ideas for:

  • where you can go,
  • what you should look for,
  • what you need to take,
  • what you can collect.

Table of Content

All our guides include:

  • An uncomplicated fuss free format for you to follow
  • Additional notes to help you answer your child’s questions
  • Australian Curriculum outcome checklists for your homeschool records
  • Book suggestions for you to read.


The Australian Curriculum uses a spiral approach to teaching science, teaching a little bit of biology, chemistry, physics, earth and space science—each year. However Charlotte Mason science lessons use an immersion approach—this is where you focus on one topic at a time and cover it in depth, possibly over a year. This resource has been prepared with more of an immersion approach in mind.

You can choose to do a part of each resource each year or follow sequentially through each topic over the three years. It is up to you. These topics flow well together, and flexibility is allowed when deciding when to teach them. The Australian Curriculum content and outcomes per year are suggested  guidelines but the learning is grouped into one early learning framework—Foundation to Year 2 (or Stage One in NSW). During these years it is considered appropriate to teach “and then to select the most  appropriate content (possibly from across several year levels)”. The teacher has autonomy here, “The order and detail in which the content descriptions are organised into teaching and learning programs are decisions to be made by the teacher.” (Australian Curriculum: implementing).

The Australian Curriculum & NSW Syllabus

This resource uses the framework of the Australian Curriculum for its  lessons. For those studying in NSW who are worried that the NSW Board of Studies syllabus has not been used exactly, do not fret. Here is a quote taken from the NSW Home Schooling Registration Package 2013, “the   educational   program identifies the intended learning outcomes BASED ON the relevant Board of Studies syllabus and relevant content.” Since the NSW syllabus is based on the Australian Curriculum, differences are minimal and your program only needs to be based on the NSW Board of Studies syllabus which is, as mentioned, based on the Australian Curriculum anyway.

Creation And Evolution

The guides were written by homeshooling mothers who both have science based university degrees. They do not believe in the theory of evolution and have a young earth theology. However the resources are basically secular in nature.

Additional information

Wonderland Of Nature Set

Nature Journaling With Kids, Wonderland of Nature Book Only, Wonderland of Nature Journal Only, Wonderland of Nature Book & Journal


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