Apologia Science, Charlotte Mason

Immersion Science

Many educators promote the spiral or survey approach to education, wherein a child is exposed over and over again to minute amounts of a variety of science topics. Those supporting these approaches aim to “expose” the child to science each year giving a bit more information than was given the year before. This method has… Continue reading Immersion Science

Inspiration

My Personal Beliefs

As author of Apologia's Young Explorer Series, I feel it's important for people to know my personal beliefs, just so there's no confusion or doubt. I'm not speaking for Apologia or anyone else, but just for myself, a Creationist author. All of my books carry these beliefs throughout. I believe the Bible is the infallible, inerrant… Continue reading My Personal Beliefs

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Micro vs. Macro Evolution

Our children have heard us say that evolution isn't true, yet we often aren't sure how to explain why or in what way it isn't true. The simple concept of microevolution versus macroevolution is a great to place to begin helping our children understand this important and foundational topic. If you aren't sure what the difference… Continue reading Micro vs. Macro Evolution

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Young Earth Creationism

Were animals created thousands, even millions of years before man, hunting, devouring and destroying one another as they do now? Was there death on this earth before the fall of mankind? What is death? Death is when something with life dies. Does that mean plant death? No. God tells us in Leviticus and many other… Continue reading Young Earth Creationism