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Discover the wonders of biology! This "Science of Life: Biology Parent Lesson Planner" ties together a collection of (required & sold-separately) Master Books resources through a weekly lesson schedule, student worksheets, quizzes & tests, and an answer key to tie the curriculum together. Lesson planner pages are grouped by type, rather than by lesson, so parents can easily remove tests and answer keys.
Worksheets include vocabulary definitions, short answer questions, and activities; the book page numbers and day number are on the top of the worksheets for easy assignment tracking. Test questions include definitions and outlines that require multiple answers.
As they work through Building Blocks in Science, students will explore some of the most interesting areas of science: fossils, the errors of evolution, the evidences for creation, all about early man and human origins, dinosaurs, and "races." In the Building Blocks in Life Science portion of the course, students will look at biology through the prism of the "war of the worldviews," focusing on biological changes, patterns in structure & development, and DNA.
This planner covers 1 year of science (worth .5 credit). The parent lesson guide is reproducible for homeschool families and small classrooms with under 10 students. Line-listed answer keys. Glossary included. NKJV Scripture used. Grades 8-9.
This pack includes:
- The Science of Life: Biology Parent Lesson Planner
- Building Blocks in Science
- Building Blocks in Life Science
Building Blocks in Life Science: From Genes & Genesis to Science & ScriptureGary ParkerMaster Books / 2010 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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Looking at biology through the prism of the "war of the worldviews," Building Blocks of Life Science sets the "4 C's" of biblical history: Creation, corruption, catastrophe, and Christ, against Darwin's "substitute god, an alternate religion." Throughout, author Gary Parker contrasts creationism with what evolutionists believed in the past, as well as other elements they currently believe.
Unit 1 covers genetic biological changes, unit 2 covers patterns in structure and development, and unit 3 focuses on DNA. Individual chapters cover genetics, macro and micro evolution, the limits on natural selection, mutations, missing links, DNA, cells, and more.
Illustrations and charts help to clarify concepts; though no experiments are included, end-of-chapter questions help with retention and assessment. 158 pages, softcover. Answer key included.
Tracing the dual history of Evolutionism and Creationism, this workbook presents opening arguments from both sides, clearly showing the loopholes in evolutionary thought as well as how creationism melds old & new evidence into a biblically supported model. Looking at both "discoveries" as well as cultural shifts, this is a fascinating study of both sides of the "war of the worldviews". Each chapter concludes with review questions and extra projects. Black and white photos are included throughout. 160 pages, softcover; answers included.
Building Blocks in Earth Science: From Genesis & Geology to Earth's History & DestinyGary ParkerMaster Books / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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Learn about the earth's landscapes and vistas through a Biblical lens with Building Blocks in Earth Science. Combining the methods and evidences of science and biblical history, you can make sense of why the Earth's surface appears as it does today.
- The structure of Earth and its atmosphere
- Types of minerals and rocks, the water table, and types of volcanoes
- Earth's tornadoes, faults, polarity, magnetism, reeds, folding, hypercanes, deltas, and much more!
160 pages, paperback.