Are you using Apologia’s Anatomy and Physiology book in your homeschool?
The Apologia Young Explorer’s Series is a science curriculum for grades K-6 that focuses on an area of science for complete immersion in all of the individual topics of anatomy and physiology. The Apologia science books are heavy duty, hardcover textbooks which can appear to some as a dry, science textbook. Do not be fooled by the appearance!
Charlotte Mason style homeschoolers love this full-color science curriculum. Many homeschoolers will use it with the matching Apologia notebooking journals and utilize the experiments and hands-on activities as well as find extra free printables to enhance their study of anatomy and physiology even more.
This turns a 14-unit textbook into a complete one year long science curriculum on anatomy and physiology.
Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology is an Anatomy and Physiology textbook that is written in a conversational tone and is geared specifically for elementary ages. Your children will be fascinated with learning about what goes on inside their bodies. They will learn about the history of medicine, learn about cells and DNA, organs, genetics and so much more!
We have spent a lot of time to compile a huge list of freebies that will go along with each chapter lesson in Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology:
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (and cells)
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 2: The Skeletal System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 3: The Muscular System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 4: The Digestive and Renal Systems
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 5: Health and Nutrition
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 6: The Respiratory System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 7: Life in the Blood
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 8: The Cardiovascular System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 9: The Nervous and Endocrine System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 10: The Nervous System Extended (the brain)
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 11: Your Senses
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 12: The Integumentary System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 13: They Lymphatic and Immune System
Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 14: Growth and Development
If you are wanting to dig deeper into anatomy and physiology, you will enjoy these hands-on resources:
SmartLab Toys Squishy Human BodyLearning Resources Double-Sided Magnetic Human Body Smart Lab You Explore It: Human Body ModelLearning Resources Human Body ModelKids First The Human Body KitMelissa & Doug Magnetic Human Body Anatomy Play Set With 24 Magnetic Pieces
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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