Homeschool Science Programs

These homeschool science programs present a study of our world from a Christian creationist point of view.


Jeannie Fulbright’s Exploring Creation Series immerses you and your children in botany, zoology and astronomy.

These homeschool science programs rely heavily on Charlotte Mason’s learning technique of narration as well as the wonderful creative use of notebooking. Each book is designed to be a year long study.

We recommend that the Elementary Apologia be used along with the
Footprints On Our Land – South Africa’s Heritage course.

 

REVIEWS OF HOMESCHOOL SCIENCE PROGRAMS

homeschool science programsExploring Creation with Botany, Textbook
by Jeannie K. Fulbright / Apologia Educational Ministry

Introduce your young naturalists to plants – their structure, propagation, classification, and more, with this engaging year long classical science curriculum.

Influenced by Charlotte Mason and the living books philosophy, homeschooling mother Jeannie Fulbright writes as if she were chatting with her own children, defining and explaining at their comprehension level.

Designed to be used with both readers and non-readers, each clearly organized lesson features content-rich narration, notebooking and hands-on activities and projects, using easy-to-find household items. Dissect seeds, force bulbs, make leaf skeletons—and take a close-up look at God’s flora kingdom. Grades K to 6. 176 pages, hardcover.

 

Apologia AstronomyExploring Creation with Astronomy, Textbook
by Jeannie K. Fulbright / Apologia Educational Ministry

What would living on Venus be like? Are there really black holes? How did God create the cosmos? Curious kids want to know, and this 28-week curriculum gives them biblically based, scientifically sound answers.

Using Charlotte Mason’s methodology, 14 incremental lessons employ narration, notebooking, hands-on projects, and a course website to introduce 6- to 12-year-olds to the wonders of the solar system and universe. 176 pages, hardcover.

 

Apologia Zoo1Exploring Creation with Zoology 1: Flying Creatures of the Fifth Day
by Jeannie K. Fulbright / Apologia Educational Ministry

The ruby-throated hummingbird, yellow-rumped warbler, little brown bat, spicebush swallowtail butterfly, Mexican bean beetle, common honeybee – they all have wings, and you’ll find them here in this lavishly-illustrated elementary science curriculum.

Using the Charlotte Mason approach, 14 lessons include notebook activities, special projects, and hands-on experiments to teach kids about birds, bugs, bees, beetles, butterflies, and more. 240 pages, hardcover.

 

Apologia Zoo2Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day
by Jeannie Fulbright / Apologia Educational Ministry

Dive into the underwater world of marine animals! Written directly to the student, the gentle conversational style makes Zoology 2 perfect for elementary children to read on their own, or for family reading times with mom.

Presenting information with a strong creationist viewpoint, this detailed book contains chapters on aquatic animals, whales, seals, fish, sharks, reptiles, Cephalopods and many other creatures you didn’t even know existed!

Narration may be easily used with younger children; notebooking and “ocean box” activities are included at the end of each chapter. Household labs develop the skills needed to conduct scientifically valid experiments in any field, while magnificent photos bring the ocean right into your classroom. 235 pages, indexed hardcover with answers to the narrative questions included.

 


Zoo3Exploring Creation with Zoology 3: Land Animals of the Sixth Day
By Jeannie K. Fulbright / Apologia Educational Ministries

What separates people from apes? How can a great dane be related to a chihuahua? Is there evidence that people and dinosaurs lived at the same time? What should you do if you encounter a bear? How can you tell if a snake is poisonous? Come find out answers to these questions and many, many more with Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Zoology 3!

This third book in the zoology series takes students on a safari through jungles, deserts, forests, farms, and even their own backyard to explore, examine and enjoy the enchanting creatures God designed to inhabit the terrain. Families will snuggle together and discover the amazing animals from primates to parasites, kangaroos to caimans, and turtles to terrifying T-Rexs- this safari doesn’t end there! Students will also keep a record of where each animal is found on a map and learn to identify animal tracks. As with all the Apologia elementary books, students will continue the practice of narration, keeping a notebook of what they have learned, and enjoy many hands on projects and experiments throughout the course. Hardcover.



You may also wish to view Jay Wile’s Apologia Homeschool Science Programs on our High School Science page.