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Apologia’s Readers in Residence is here to help children how to read to learn! Students will:
- Learn to recognize elements of literature such as character development, plot, and theme
- Read for understanding and consider literature in light of God’s Word
- Use reading strategies such as asking questions, making inferences, and connecting clues
- Identify the connotations and figurative meanings of words and phrases
- Read for deep understanding and consider literature in light of God’s Word
Using a total of six books (all sold-separately and not-included): Sarah, Plain and Tall, Charlotte’s Web, and Because of Winn-Dixie, plus three of the student’s choice, students will answer questions, discuss topics, and complete activities and unit projects that demonstrate comprehension. Checklists are included for each module and a suggested schedule is also provided.
Written directly to students in a conversational style, Volume 1: Sleuth*, uses the analogy of expert, active, readers as good detectives who collect clues to solve mysteries like what new words mean and what the book is about—as they pay close attention to every detail.
Teach your children to give glory to God as they discover how wonderfully they are made! Brimming with fascinating facts, engaging activities, and intriguing experiments, 14 lessons cover skeletal, muscular, respiratory, cardiovascular, immune, & other systems.
Introduce your young naturalists to plants---their structure, propagation, classification, and more---with this engaging yearlong classical science curriculum.
What would living on Venus be like? Are there really black holes? This 28-week curriculum gives students biblically based, scientifically sound answers. Using Charlotte Mason's methodology, 14 incremental lessons employ narration, notebooking, hands-on projects, and a course website to introduce 6- to 12-year-olds to the wonders of the solar system and universe.
Explore the vastness of the universe with the Exploring Creation with Astronomy, 2nd Edition curriculum from Apologia. Study the basics of the field of astronomy, the sun, moon, planets, asteroids & meteors, the Kuiper Belt and Dwarf Planets, galaxies, and more through conversational lessons written directly to students. This second edition features bright photographs, sidebars with Biblical wisdom, infographics to help children understand information, callout boxes which give special attention to God as Creator, “what do you remember?” review questions, and integrated activities.
The ruby-throated hummingbird, yellow-rumped warbler, little brown bat, spicebush swallowtail butterfly, Mexican bean beetle, common honeybee---they all have wings, and you'll find them here in this lavishly illustrated elementary science curriculum. 14 lessons include notebook activities, special projects, & hands-on experiments.
Presenting information with a strong creationist viewpoint, this detailed book contains chapters on aquatic animals, whales, seals, fish, sharks, reptiles, Cephalopods and many other creatures you didn't even know existed! Narration may be easily used with younger children; notebooking and "ocean box" activities are included in each chapter.
The third book in Apologia's acclaimed zoology series, Exploring Creation with Zoology 3 will give students a tour through their own backyards, bring them on a safari and introduce them to the varied inhabitants of jungles, deserts, forests, farms and other ecosystems.
Equip your elementary-grade students with a working knowledge of the nuts and bolts of physical science! Exploring the properties of matter and the basic building blocks of life, this lively introduction covers the laws of motion and thermodynamics, various forms of energy, electricity and magnetism, and a study of simple machines. Engaging activities, experiments, and projects provide opportunities for hands-on learning.
Designed to be a student's first systematic introduction to the sciences, Exploring Creation with General Science, 2nd Ed. explores topics such as the scientific method, designing experiments, simple machines, geology, archaeology, biology, anatomy and other disciplines, providing a wide range of scientific exposure. Grade 7.
This high school biology college-prep course features color illustrations; easy-to-perform experiments; in-text graphics for online resources; additional material for advanced learners, and more. Topics include the atmosphere; hydrosphere; weather; structure of Earth; environmentalism; physics of motion; Newton's laws; gravity; and astrophysics. Grade 8.
Nature's Workshop Plus!: Lab Kit w/ Prepared Slides & Microscope / Lab Kit with Prepared Slides / Prepared Slides / Microscope #131 / Dissecting Lab w/ Specimens / Dissection Specimens (4)
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Designed as the first high school-level science study a homeschooler takes, this course covers sixteen modules, including: cell life, genetics, creation science as an alternative to evolution, ecology, insects, plants, reptiles, mammals, and more.
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3rd Edition. Completion of Algebra 1 is a prerequisite. This course is designed for sophomores in high school/Grade 10.
Featuring more in-depth discussion of concepts and new biographical sketches of Christian scientists, this rigorous curriculum requires mathematical proficiency at the algebra level. Topics include thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, and atomic structure. Kit includes hardcover student text with study questions, lab exercises, and module study guides; softcover solutions manual; and test packet.
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Physics covers vector analysis, Newton's laws, work and energy, waves, magnetism, electrodynamics, and more! Trigonometry and chemistry are recommended prerequisites. This course is designed for high school juniors/Grade 11.
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Advanced Biology features engaging textual material, beautiful illustrations, and an emphasis on connecting creation to the Creator! Designed to prepare older high school students for the Advanced Placement (AP) or College Level Examination (CLEP) tests, this curriculum is intended for teens who have successfully completed high school biology and chemistry. Sixteen modules cover human anatomy and physiology, including the skeletal, nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, and reproductive systems.
Sixteen modules cover marine vertebrates and invertebrates, intertidal zones, estuary communities, coral reefs, continental shelf communities, deep ocean habitats, and more. Hands-on experiments require microscope and dissection equipment. This course is designed for high school seniors or for students whose parents feel that they are sufficiently prepared for the demands of this advanced course.
Challenging and understandable, this "fill in the gaps" curriculum covers stoichiometry, thermochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, redox reactions, atomic structure, Lewis structures, molecular geometry, gas laws, equilibrium, plus an introduction to organic and nuclear chemistry. Prerequisites: Algebra II & Chemistry.
Offering descriptions of kinematics, dynamics, gravity, waves, special and general relativity, electrical forces, and other concepts, this detailed course is equivalent to one year of university-level physics. Prerequisites are one year of high school physics and a trigonometry class. This course is designed for high school seniors.
Teach your elementary students how to use Scripture to view the world from God's perspective with this engaging curriculum. As they learn the basics of the Christian faith---about who God is, who we are, sin, redemption, and more---they'll be equipped to discern the truth among competing cultural messages and stand strong for what they believe!
What gives a person value? What provides purpose for a life? Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here? helps children understand what it means to be made in the image of God. This is the second volume in Apologia's What we Believe Worldview series.
Volume 3 in Apologia's What We Believe series, Who is My Neighbor? And Why Does He Need Me? helps children understand how to live as Christians who are salt and light in the world, in their country, in their family, and in their lives wherever they go.
Volume 4 in Apologia's What We Believe series, What on Earth Can I Do looks at what being a good and faithful servant means to your kids. Designed around a notebooking concept, this study provides opportunities for your children to ponder who God is, the talents they've been given, how to use them for his glory, and more. Each lesson includes a main topic, learning objectives, short story, thought-provoking questions, vocabulary, and more. Ages 6 to 14.
The Constitution is the document that's guided the development of the United States of America from its inception. It was formed by the Founding Fathers by the authority of the people, and it was expected that "We the People" would be vigilant to protect and defend its contents and abide by its restrictions on power.
Designed to accompany the Constitutional Literacy DVD Series, the workbook will help you turn the 25-part DVD series into a full high-school level course.
All worldviews are in search of truth, including atheism. But does one belief system possess more of the truth than another? In this 14-session companion study to Norman Geisler and Frank Turek's book, I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, teens tackle questions about absolute truth, postmodernism, and moral relativism.
Give students the opportunity to explore the power and beauty of America’s greatest literary works from a biblical Christian worldview. This course will help them see how enjoyable literature can be, how it speaks to their lives today, and how it affirms and illuminates biblical truth. It uses the Socratic method of asking probing questions about each work and leading students to a deeper understanding of what the author is saying how he or she is saying it.
The (sold-separately) student notebook includes every study question from the textbook, with plenty of space for students to record their answers. This notebook also contains chapter tests, semester exams, and literary analysis assignments needed to fully engage in this course.
The Apologia Writers in Residence curriculum is a complete, writing-focused language arts program that integrates grammar, punctuation, and capitalization.
Teaching students about sentence structure, the parts of speech, punctuation, capitalization, and usage within the context of creating clear, engaging stories and essays, this program sets aside the traditional “personal/expository/persuasive/narrative” divisions in favor of real-life writing assignments. Volume 1 focuses on introducing the parts of speech and how they function in a sentence, including: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections.
Jump in to the world of writing--whether you're an aspiring writer, or hate the thought of pencil and paper! Full-color illustrations, writing helps, starters, and short, kid-friendly assignments make any of these lessons manageable and fun to do!
Take your students on a grand tour of creation--one continent at a time! Payne's back to basics guide uses a notebook approach that's ideal for multilevel learning. Drawing information from a wide variety of resources, young explorers will dive into the geography, history, religion, current events, and culture of all seven continents and consider how to share the gospel to people from each.
While pursuing his Ph.D. in nuclear chemistry, one-time atheist Jay Wile came to the conclusion that "everything we know in natural science points to the existence of a Creator." Here he argues the scientific case for Christianity, tackling subjects such as irreducible complexity, intelligent design, miracles, and more.
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling, 10th Anniversary EditionDebra BellApologia Educational Ministries / 2009 / Trade Paperback$15.39 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Transform your textbook lessons into real life with a field trip! With this guided journal, students can help you choose, plan, and document their adventures. Includes space for maps, observations, photos, and emergency contacts for 10 separate outings. And when complete, it'll become a true keepsake. Grades K to 8. 64 pages, spiralbound softcover.