From the brain in their head to the nails on their toes, your students will encounter fascinating facts, engaging activities, intriguing experiments, and loads of fun as they learn about the human body and how to keep it working well. Beginning with a brief history of medicine and a peek into cells and DNA, your students will voyage through fourteen lessons covering many aspects of human anatomy and physiology including the body systems: skeletal, muscular, respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular, nervous, and more! They’ll study nutrition and health and how God designed their immune system to protect them.
They’ll learn about embryology and what makes them a unique creation of God.
As they work their way through the course, your students will have fun adding the organs about which they learn to their own personalized human figure included in the Anatomy and Physiology Notebooking Journal.
In addition to all this exploration, your students will enjoy scientific experiments and projects, such as testing the bacteria content around the house, finding their blood type, creating a cell model from Jello and candy, and even building a stethoscope! In keeping with all the books in the Young Explorer Series, the Charlotte Mason methodology is employed, using engaging and proven techniques including: narratives, narration prompts, and notebooking projects, all of which reinforce learning using proven techniques that strengthen retention.
Your children can now explore God’s amazing design for human physiology at home or in the car with the engaging, unabridged audio book read by Jeannie. A 9 CD audio set and a MP3 audio CD are both available. Click on the image below to hear a sample of the audio book.
Increase your family’s enjoyment of Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Anatomy and Physiology by making sure each child has his own Anatomy and Physiology Notebooking Journal or for younger students, the Anatomy and Physiology Junior Notebooking Journal. These journals include a daily schedule; templates for completing the assignments; vocabulary crossword puzzles; review questions; project pages; Scripture copywork in both print and cursive; gorgeous, full-color lapbook-style miniature books the students create; as well as additional projects, ideas, and book/video suggestions for each lesson. The junior journal has easier vocabulary crosswords and notebooking activities, Scripture coloring pages, and primary writing lines.
The Anatomy and Physiology Notebooking Journals bring your students’ learning and creativity together in one beautiful keepsake.