When you know basic facts about a subject, it is easier to build up from those facts. Learning more difficult concepts in science is aided by knowing some basic facts. While the list of science facts to memorize is seemingly endless there are definitely some basic science memorization lists that will get you started.
1. Basic Cell Biology
Learn the basic structures of both a plant & animal cell.
2. Classification of Living Things
The classification of living things is called Taxonomy.
- Kingdom (Animal, Plant, Fungi, Protist, Moneran)
Classification Worksheets: One: Two
4. Names and Order of Planets in the Solar System
5. Periodic Table of Elements
6. The pH Scale
A pH scale is a measure of how acidic or basic a substance is. While the pH scale formally measures the activity of hydrogen ions in a substance or solution, it is typically approximated as the concentration of hydrogen ions. You need to know that a pH of below 7 is acidic, above 7 is basic, and at 7 is considered neutral.
Experiment with pH with these fun Acid and Base Experiments
- Study video and online quiz
- Laws of Thermodynamics Foldable Booklet
- Heat and Temperature Project Packs
Human Body Resources
- A Kid’s Guide to the Human Body Systems
- Inner Body – an online interactive guide to the human body systems
- Human Body Unit Study
- Human Body Lapbook
Ultimate Guide of Things to Memorize
Within each one of these categories are included lists of things to memorize as well as resources for helping your children memorize them. Be sure to check the landing page for an awesome Tracking Sheet!
Stay tuned each week as I add a new category rich with lists and resources!
- Simplify Science with Memorization– categories, formulas, laws and more! (this post)
- It Helps to Memorize History – to include things like Presidents, history timelines, speeches, and documents
- Memorizing Math Facts– basic facts and formulas
- Guide to Memorizing Geography – to include land forms, countries, states and capitals
- Memorize English Grammar – to include poetry, Shakespeare, grammar rules