"My children beg to do science now." "I'm learning right along with my children!" "Science is our favorite subject because of Jeannie Fulbright." Click on the book images below to learn more about Jeannie Fulbright's award-winning, best-selling homeschool science books.
Be sure to keep an eye out for my new college prep planner, My College Road Map, published by Apologia in 2019! It will help your children successfully travel the route from high school to college, giving them the best opportunity to thrive in school, their career, and life. While most college prep manuals are… Continue reading My College Road Map
Because learning science should be loads of fun! My best selling, award-winning Apologia science series is the number one science curriculum for kindergarten through middle school. Not only are my books the number one rated science curricula on the market, chosen as a Cathy Duffy top pick, they will give your children a genuine love for… Continue reading Why Choose Apologia Science?
We all know that homeschooling is harder on some days than on others. When tears are flowing and the kids are slow as molasses, just getting through the three R’s can be a huge feat. We find ourselves letting everything else slide—you know, like science and history, or art and literature. It’s okay. It happens… Continue reading Apologia Science Audio Books
Abraham Lincoln said, “I regard no man as poor who has a godly mother.” I heard this quote today and began pondering its meaning. Why would a godly mother make such a difference in a man’s life? What benefit—surpassing riches—would a godly mother give? A man can become a Christian as an adult, or even… Continue reading A Godly Mother
The philosophy behind my elementary science series was born out of my early experiences with science and God's amazing creation. Here's how it all began. My father was a geologist who owned an oil company. When I was a child, he would take my brothers and me to the lease. I was always fascinated by… Continue reading Elementary Science
Many of you who have gone on to graduate a homeschooler have moments of nostalgia that make you stop and sigh. I call this phenomenon “homeschool nostalgia.” I had one such moment while watching a Youstream video of my daughter dancing in the Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen pageant. I watched the video and reminisced. Not… Continue reading Homeschool Nostalgia
Wondering how to homeschool? Just starting out and not sure where to begin? You’re not alone! For me, the hardest part was figuring out exactly what I needed to teach my child. What subjects were required for a homeschool education? What year should I teach each subject? Well, I found out it’s a lot simpler… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 3: What Do I Teach and When?
There are various homeschool methods and philosophies people use when educating their children. Some choose one and follow it all the way through, while others mix and match depending on what they want to accomplish. Still, some homeschoolers begin with one then change their methodologies as the years wear on and they begin to understand… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 2: Homeschool Methods
The thought of homeschooling can seem overwhelming at first. But like everything, if you take it one day at a time, you’ll find the reward far outweighs the sacrifice. In fact, you’ll discover homeschooling was not a sacrifice at all, but an investment. An investment in your family, your children’s character, and your life. Is it… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 1: Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Homeschool