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Today I am reviewing Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology from Apologia. This included the following items:
At the front of the book is an introduction section that briefly explains how to use the book and gives a link and password to the course website. The website provides links to more resources for each lesson to further your learning. There is also a detailed list, broken down by lesson, of all the items you will need to complete the activities. Most of the items are every day things most of us will have around our homes already.
For example, for lesson 2 the notebooks have a diagram of the skeletal system. The regular journal is blank, requiring the student to label the different bones on their own (using the reference diagram in the textbook). The junior journal points to the different bones and even gives the first letter of the bone name that is to be used, making it easier for younger ones to complete the same activity. You can see a comparison in the photo below. The page on the left is of the regular journal and the page on the right is the junior journal.
- Descriptions and instructions on how to use each page in the journal.
- A suggested schedule for working through the lessons.
- Answers to the vocabulary activities.
- Field trip sheets.
- And Personal Person templates.
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