Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology

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Item #: 023169
ISBN: 9781935495147
Grades: K-6
Author: Jeannie Fulbright

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Publisher: Apologia
Pub. Date: 210
Pages: 265
Language: English
Series Title: Young Explorer (Apologia Educational Ministries)
Grade Range: 1-6

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I wish we could do them all.
All of the Apologia science books for elementary look interesting. I wish we had started sooner because she will not be able to do them all by the time she move into 7th grade. This one is no exception to what we have found with the others in this series. Anatomy and Physiology is thorough, but not boring, full of facts, but written in a style that holds our interest. The activities reinforce review and the creation confirmation section is our favorite part of the chapters. I recommend getting the lab kit.
September 2, 2018
11 months ago
Exploring Creation with Anatomy & Physiology
Enjoying this book. Very interesting and great information delivery.
September 17, 2017
1 year ago
Awesome science!
Very little teacher prep. awesome pictures, first chapter project is to make a edible cell......my 9th grader had to do it too! I mean this is awesome, as are all their other books!
September 11, 2016
over 2 years ago
Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology.
We are loving our study of anatomy and physiology! I love that it talks about our growth in the womb without getting into the specifics of how babies are conceived. With our boys 9 years old, the ins and outs of the reproduction system is more advanced than we are ready to explore. They love learning about how their bodies work and all the inside organs that make them up.
August 25, 2016
over 2 years ago
Learning about the Anatomy
My son has been reading this book and is learning a lot of information. I think it very detailed and easy for a 6th grader to understand
February 9, 2016
over 3 years ago
Love This!
We are using this for our 10 & 11 year-old son and daughter. We enjoy teaching the content, and the kids are challenged enough by it, and they enjoy the lessons.
November 5, 2015
over 3 years ago
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Wanted for Enrichment class
Lydia P on Jun 8, 2019
Anatomy and Physiology is one of my daughter's absolute favorite thing to learn about.
Kristen H on Apr 17, 2019
Wanted for Enrichment class
Lydia P on Jun 8, 2019
Creation based science with scientific arguments to support biblical truths
Brandon C on May 25, 2019
Anatomy and Physiology is one of my daughter's absolute favorite thing to learn about.
Kristen H on Apr 17, 2019
Mihaela G on Oct 18, 2018
This was the last book we picked up from the elementary series. While I don’t intend that my boys will complete the Notebooking Journal (which are awesome), we will be studying some of the topics in the book. Plus they can use it to help them study for Science Bowl.
Dawn L on Oct 1, 2018
for a class
Rosa P on Sep 15, 2018
required for class
Danielle F on Sep 3, 2018
kids interest
Erica B on Aug 26, 2018
For The Kingdom Co-op in Lee's Summit, MO
Rebecca S on Aug 23, 2018
I am ordering this for our homeschool group's library.
Ruth P on Aug 20, 2018
Homeschool Class for Science
rachel g on Aug 10, 2018
This is the book her teacher is using.
Vickie S on Aug 8, 2018
i chose this because it is a christian material. i also heard good reviews from friends who are also homeschooling.
Marland Faith M on Jun 19, 2018
goes well as a supplement to the text!
Brian B on Jun 18, 2018
We have used Exploring Creation books for four years and appreciate their in-depth nature while still being accessible by all elementary students.
User on Apr 30, 2018
I love this series! This is the last book left in the series that we need to study!
Natalie H on Apr 13, 2018
friend's suggestion
Rina J on Mar 8, 2018
I chose this because the book here was cheaper than on the Apolgia website.
Holly B on Feb 25, 2018
Great series, my son loves it
Julie S on Jan 23, 2018
Currently using this book in our STEM program. Excellent resource!
Michelle M on Dec 20, 2017
recommended by homeschool group
joy a on Nov 28, 2017
classes co-op
Tania B on Sep 18, 2017
Great information and well written keeping God at the center of learning.
Mandi W on Sep 16, 2017
coop is using this
jeanine c on Sep 6, 2017
Homeschool mother recommended the book!
User on Aug 30, 2017
For a homeschool co-op class
Naomi N on Aug 27, 2017
Getting ready to study the Human Body this year
Lennette L on Aug 25, 2017
Co op class
Valerie T on Aug 22, 2017
To go along with Classical Conversations Cycle 3.
Tiffany B on Aug 22, 2017
Heard it was great
Amy R on Aug 21, 2017
Great text
Denise R on Aug 19, 2017
going to be studying the body in a co op
Carrie S on Aug 15, 2017
I wanted a source textbook to expand on for CC Cycle 3 Science memory work.
Alison S on Aug 15, 2017
Wonderful book! Lost my first one so repurchasing. Love that it brings together the biblical view on how our bodies are wonderfully designed.
Donna H on Aug 13, 2017
Great for study of the human body
Kristen A on Aug 13, 2017
I like how it explains things that even I can understand it. I wasn't much on science so this is great! Our children like the pictures and they seem to understand it too.
User on Aug 10, 2017
friend's referral
Yancy R on Aug 9, 2017
Required for homeschool enrichment science class
Laura H on Aug 9, 2017
Our daughter wants to become a nurse...this was a good place to start.
Richard G on Aug 4, 2017
I watched a homeschool summit and it had this curriculum. I thought immersion would work well with my younger science students
Laura C on Jun 23, 2017
For our coop
Melanie C on May 31, 2017
We did Astronomy last year and really enjoyed it. Loved the note booking aspect. My 10 year old thoroughly looked forward to the science projects in the book and the cutting and pasting aspect of the journal. Definitely recommend.
sandro m on May 30, 2017
We LOVE the young explorer series. My 3 year old, my 7 year old, and upper elementary kids all sit intently listening and participate in activities as age appropriate. My favorite part of our homeschooling journey :)
Heather H on May 30, 2017
Creation/Christian based
Amber J on May 23, 2017
Lower grade anatomy lessons with hands on projects.Should be fun!
Mary S on Apr 22, 2017
Purchased for homeschool co-op class. The author makes the subject easy to read and understand. We enjoyed the Astronomy book and we are looking forward to this subject.
Erin B on Apr 1, 2017
Using this in a Co-op Class
April H on Mar 28, 2017
I have had this in my cart for years and my oldest is interested in A & P. We enjoyed the Astronomy book a couple of years ago.
Jodi C on Jan 30, 2017
"Co-op choice. Seems thorough and creation base."
Karine D on Dec 31, 2016
Love this series. Have completed all other books and ready to get started on this one to finish us off before middle school science.
Missy P on Dec 28, 2016
Creation based science with scientific arguments to support biblical truths
Brandon C on May 25, 2019
Mihaela G on Oct 18, 2018
Is there a Lab kit?
Katie T on Apr 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, here it is https://www.rainbowresource.com/proddtl.php?id=050170 . We bought it and find it very helpful. It come in very organize , a bag for each lesson. I love it
How long did it take you to cover this material? A full year? One semester? One chapter per week? Thanks!
Catherine W on Sep 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I did a chapter a week, did not finish book. It is an excellent book because it repeats concepts throughout chapters reinforcing what they learn!
Is there a teacher book and tests to go with this curriculum?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is the text that you read with your children. (Or you can assign the children to read individually.) There is no need for a teacher book for this curriculum. We read this book together as a family and the children complete the notebooking activities (sold separately) but there are no tests for this curriculum. Also throughout the text, there are questions for the children to orally narrate after each section to check on retention of the material. We love Apologia Exploring Creation Curriculum; this is our third year using it!
I have a rising 3rd grader and a rising 6th grader. Is this suggesting they both use this book?
A shopper on Jul 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The book is the same for either. You can use the Junior Notebook for the 3rd grader and the regular notebook for the 6th grader. I am doing it this year with a 6th, 5th, 3rd and Kindergartener. The junior notebooks have coloring pages and less writing. The regular notebooks have vocabulary crosswords and more writing, but they also share some activities that can be done together.
I see the textbook and a notebooking journal. Are there worksheets for students to fill in charts and answer questions? Quizzes or tests?
A shopper on May 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The notebooking journal has pages for taking notes, completing charts, crossword puzzles, and answering questions. The pages have colorful pictures and are arranged with plenty of room for the student to write. It's a great resource to keep the student notes organized. It also has lots of "mini books" and hands on projects to reinforce concepts. Definitely worth the money.
This book doesn't come with tests or quizzes, but it would be easy to adapt the crossword puzzle or "what do you remember" questions to Jake your own, if you felt that was important.
This is suggested for grades 1-6. Would it be okay for 7th grade? I have heard it is a bit tougher than the other Young Explorers books. I do not think she is quite ready for General Science.
A shopper on May 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I think it will be fine for 7th grade. There is a lot of information in it, and she'll probably understand it even better in 7th grade actually. I would not do this in the earlier elementary grades, as I think it's too hard for them (but if they are a younger sibling, feel free to have them listen along -- this just wouldn't be their main text).
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