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This giveaway is for one complete Young Explorer Elementary Set of your choice! The Winner gets to pick one book and one accompanying journal of their choice.
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This is a $66 Value! The giveaway ends on 2/20/15!
We love the Apologia Science Young Explorer Series! I love the creation viewpoint, the Charlotte Mason flair, and how you can use them with multiple ages! There are currently seven different topics/books to choose from:
- Exploring Creation with Astronomy
- Exploring Creation with Botany
- Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Zoology 1, Exploring Creation with Flying Creatures of the Fifth Day
- Zoology 2, Exploring Creation with Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day
- Zoology 3, Exploring Creation with Land Animals of the Sixth Day
- Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics
Once you choose the book that you want, you will get to pick the journal that best fits the child that will be using it. You can choose from the Jr. Notebooking Journal or the Regular Notebooking Journal.
The Jr. Notebooking Journal is designed for your younger elementary children and include coloring pages, easy and fun science experiments, full-color mini-books, easier vocabulary exercises, and supplementary materials. A suggested lesson schedule is outlined for you, making this ready to use and enjoy. Perfect for younger elementary students or those students with limited writing skills. The jr. journal has been great for my dyslexic 4th grader and has the perfect amount of work without being overwhelming.
The regular Notebooking Journal serves as your child’s individual notebook and provides a place for them to complete every assignment, record their experiments, and display their work. A variety of activities include full-color mini-books, additional fun experiments, crosswords, and supplementary materials. Recommended for use with students who have mastered handwriting, can take notes, and enjoy upper elementary level activities. Also good for early middle school.
If you love Apologia as much as we do, you won’t want to miss the FREE Resources and Ideas for each book in the series!
The first post in this series was FREE Resources and Ideas to Use With Astronomy
The second post in this series was FREE Resources and Ideas to Use With Botany
The third post in this series was Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Zoology 1: Flying Creatures
The Fourth Post in our post was Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures
The fifth post in our series was Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Zoology 3: Land Animals
The sixth post in our series was Free Resources and Ideas to Use With Anatomy and Physiology
The last post in our series was FREE Resources and Ideas to Use with Chemistry and Physics
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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