FREE Resources and Ideas to Use With Apologia’s “Exploring Creation with Anatomy and Physiology”

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Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology is the 6th book in the Young Explorer Series. This is a fun and engaging book with so much amazing information on the human body! 

Free Resources and Ideas to Use with Apologia's Young Explorer Books - Human Anatomy and Physiology

Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology (description from Apologia website):

Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology is an elementary level Anatomy and Physiology book that gives glory to God as children discover all that goes on in their bodies from their heads to the nails on their toes! Beginning with a brief history of medicine and a peek into cells and DNA, your students will voyage through fourteen lessons covering many subjects, such as the body systems: skeletal, muscular, respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular, nervous and more!

This book is so popular I have found lots of blog posts with printables and activities to go along with the lessons. This will save you a ton of time that you would normally have to search Pinterest. 

FREE Printables:
Spell Out Loud has 13 Human Body Lessons With Printables! (these would be great to do in a co-op setting and there are even take home printable homework!)

I love Ellen Mc Henry’s Basement! She has an entire page of printables for the human body! There are some really neat printable games,  crafts, t-shirts, study guides and more!

Meet Penny has done an entire series of lessons plans to go with Exploring Creation With Human Anatomy and Physiology! There are tons of printables, including printable games, Power Point presentations,  pictures and much more!

Here is her massive Human Anatomy and Physiology Resource Page

Here are some of our past posts that are full of freebies and resources that would be perfect to grab ideas from when studying Human Anatomy and Physiology:

FREE Human Body Printables, Coloring Pages, Resources and More!


The Five Senses Themed Printables and Freebies (for preschool/kindergarten)

Fun Activities, and Crafts that all ages will enjoy
Digestive System In A Bag from Science Matters
Skin and Hair Science Activities from The Homeschool Scientist
Blood Cell Models from Delivering Grace
Learn About the Heart (simple anatomy craft) from Kids Activity Blog
Skeletal System Bone Model from Science Matters
White Chocolate Pretzel Bones from Inspire Co

Anatomy of the Eye With Cake Balls from Layered Soul – Now this is creative and just a little creepy!

Some great resources to consider when studying the human body:

Learning Resources Skeleton ModelLearning Resources Skeleton ModelSmartLab Toys Squishy Human BodySmartLab Toys Squishy Human BodyTeacher Created Resources Human Skeleton Magnetic Accents (77241)Teacher Created Resources Human Skeleton Magnetic Accents (77241)Kids First The Human Body KitKids First The Human Body KitLakeshore Fascinating Facts Human Body GameLakeshore Fascinating Facts Human Body GameYoovi What's Inside Me Anatomy Apron Human Body Organs Awareness Educational Insights Toys for Children Prcehool Science Homeschool Teaching AidsYoovi What’s Inside Me Anatomy Apron Human Body Organs Awareness Educational Insights Toys for Children Prcehool Science Homeschool Teaching AidsLearning Resources Anatomy Models Bundle SetLearning Resources Anatomy Models Bundle SetMontessori Human Organ Match - Miniature Body Parts with Cards to Match - Early Childhood Biology Learning ToyMontessori Human Organ Match – Miniature Body Parts with Cards to Match – Early Childhood Biology Learning Toy


Click here to view the resources for the other volumes in the Apologia Young Explorer’s Series



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