Earth Science for Middle School (Live Online Class)


SIGN UP NOW! Next class starts September 12, 2023. Live, online, interactive class for grades 4-8. Twelve weeks. Books and geology samples included.

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The next session of Earth Science for Middle School Live Online Class begins September 12, 2023!

Northwest Treasures is offering a *LIVE* online, interactive Earth Science class designed for your middle school student (4-8 grades). Twelve weeks, beginning September 12, 2023. Please note: enrollment is limited to 20 participants.

Teacher: Patrick Nurre, geologist. (Read more about Patrick Nurre here.)

For: Middle school (grades 4-8)

Prerequisites: none

Course description: 12 one-hour weekly classes, taught live. Students will be learning the basic components of understanding Earth Science and Earth History from a Biblical perspective. Course work will cover rocks, minerals, landforms, volcanoes, fossils, dinosaurs, oceans, and the cataclysmic events that formed our earth, as well as a basic introduction to examining creation and evolution. Students will be able to interact with the instructor either via chat or in real-time discussion.

Required materials:

  1. Textbook – Geology for Kids (supplied by teacher)
  2. Geology for Kids, Geology Journal (supplied by teacher)
  3. Complete rock, mineral, and fossil kit from Northwest Treasures * (supplied by teacher)
  4. Bible
  5. High-speed internet
  6. Computer/laptop/phone/ipad with camera  (for live classes)
  7. Printer

Expectations/homework: This class will require 1.5-2 hours of reading and homework each week. Homework can include things like: reading, journal projects, etc. There will be occasional quizzes.

Parent will need to be available, occasionally, to proctor quizzes/tests.

Cost: $325.00 for this session, which includes: 

When: Every Tuesday, at 12:15 pm PST (3:15 pm EST, 2:15 pm CST, 1:15 pm MST.)

Start date: September 12, 2023

End date: November 28, 2023

Enrollment is limited to 20 students.

*Samples include: 

  • Rock-forming minerals: quartz, potassium feldspar, muscovite mica, sodium feldspar, jasper, calcite, calcium feldspar, pyroxene, amphibole, magnetite, biotite mica, olivine
  • Rock samples: granite, gabbro, basalt, rhyolite, ash, tuff, volcanic bomb, cinders, gneiss, schist, quartzite, marble, shale, chert, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, breccia, limestone, halite, travertine, fossil limestone, chalk, bituminous coal
  • Fossils: graveyard fossil, fern, clam, coral, marine reptile fossil, agatized wood, fossil cast/mold, worm tubes, gastrolith, gastropod, sea urchin, ammonite, trilobite, dinosaur bone, fossil mammal bone, leaf fossil, fossil algae, marine fossil from high in the mountains, otodus shark tooth, megalodon tooth, crinoid fossil, dugong bone, fossil fish, fossil fish vertebra
  • Oceanic specimens: kimberlite, diabase, peridotite, modern coral and sea shells, white sand, green sand, black sand, magnetic sand

Samples may vary, due to availability.

For more information: or 425-488-6848


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