Apologia Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and PhysiologyJeannie FulbrightApologia Educational Ministries / 2010 / Hardcover$27.30 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 87 Reviews
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CNL5 Stars Out Of 5Exploring CreationJuly 5, 2018CNLQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is our 3rd Apologia text, and we've loved them all.
J5 Stars Out Of 5Love this CurriculumJune 23, 2018JQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Did this Curriculum with my 6th grader who also has ADHD who struggles with reading comprehension. This book made her fall in love with science. The book is engaging and exciting to read. She loved all the experiments and also writing in the Journal. The best part is, do to a good mix of reading, journaling, and hands-on experiments, she retained so much she could hardly believe all she learned.
Kelly5 Stars Out Of 5Great resource!April 30, 2018KellyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We bought this book because our 9 year old daughter wanted to learn about the human body. It has given us so much more than that! The history and experiments are so interesting and easy to understand. We are considering switching to Apologia for our homeschooling needs. What a great resource!
KQ5 Stars Out Of 5Engaging and fun!August 8, 2017KQQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book and the journals to go along with it are very well put together! It is interesting and fun. Definately worth the investment!
JustMe5 Stars Out Of 5Best Curriculum Out ThereFebruary 28, 2017JustMeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5As a mom of now college age children (young adults!) I just wanted to review one of our favorite home school subjects.
My older kids started with the Apologia Botany book many years ago (K, 2nd, 4th grades). We were hooked on the notebooking (before it became so popular) and the multi-age level ability to use the text. I believe it was the one thing that made my children not only better artists, but lovers of observing nature. We then went through each of the Zoology books, and Astronomy. I then repeated this process with my younger child. We have been through the series twice. All four of my kids loved it!
Only more recently have I gone through the newer books in the series (Chem/Physics and Anatomy & Physiology) book with my younger son. I must say that these last two in the Young Explorer series are definitely geared more to a 5th-8th level. That being said, it is a great next step before they enter the upper level of sciences (which were always a giant step for my older children around 7/8th grade). We have had a blast doing the activities and gently becoming familiar with advanced terms and ideas. I believe this will be very beneficial to my younger child and the leap into upper science will not be such a daunting task.
I would say to moms who find this curriculum a challenge to remember that narration and making the activities fun will be remembered long after other details may be forgotten. Enjoy!