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Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology

Updated on December 7, 2014

Learning About the Human Anatomy

Jeannie Fulbright has an amazing science course for elementary aged students. All her books are fun to read and simple to follow. Exploring Creation With Human Anatomy is no different.

This is her most advanced book and is recommended by users for the middle grades. It is too advanced for the younger crowd.

The human body is a magnificent creation and this book will give you a glimpse into how wonderful and creative God is.

Description of Text


Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology
By Jeannie K. Fulbright

Teach your children to give glory to God as they discover how wonderfully they are made! Brimming with fascinating facts, engaging activities, and intriguing experiments, 14 lessons cover skeletal, muscular, respiratory, cardiovascular, immune, and other systems; nutrition; embryology; and more. Narratives, prompts, and notebooking projects using Charlotte Mason's methodology enhance learning and strengthen retention. 336 pages, hardcover.

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Notebooking Pages To Go Along

Notebooking Journal for Human Anatomy and Physiology
By Jeannie K. Fulbright

Expand your studies with notebooking activities, experiment project pages, review questions; Scripture copywork; field trip sheets; and much more! Accompanying Apologia's Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy & Physiology, students will take ownership of their learning as they fill it with notes and reminders of what they've learned through their careful study!

Junior Notebooking Journal for Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy & Physiology
By Jeannie K. Fulbright

Love the regular Apologia notebooking journals, but find the writing a bit too advanced for your student? The Human Anatomy & Physiology Notebooking Journal will remove your concern with activities specifically geared towards students who aren't as advanced in their writing abilities. Almost the same length as the regular journal, the notebooking pages aren't designed to suit lower grades--only writing ability is considered. Perfect for younger students or older, struggling students!

Exploring Creation With Anatomy Audio Books

Yay! The audio for Exploring Creation with Anatomy is here. It is available in mp3 format.

A great feature is it is read by the author.

Exploring Creation With Human Anatomy Lapbook - By A Journey Through Learning

Here is the long awaited Anatomy Lapbook to go along with Jeannie's wonderful book, Exploring Creation With Human Anatomy and Physiology.
Here is the long awaited Anatomy Lapbook to go along with Jeannie's wonderful book, Exploring Creation With Human Anatomy and Physiology. | Source

Human Body Links Around The Internet

Human Body Coloring Sheets - Coloring pages on the human body. Free realistic coloring pictures. These are educational coloring sheets to print and download.

Human Body Printables - Includes mini-book, puzzles and organ cards.

Outline Drawings of Organs - This is a lesson outline, but within there are printables of the organs that can be colored or used for lapbooking.

Miscellaneous Printables - A variety of printables on the human body. Includes diagramming, vocabulary and flashcards.

Labeling The Skeleton worksheet.

More Labeling worksheets for different organs and parts of the body.

human body lapbook
human body lapbook

Fun Projects

Anatomy Lapbook - Cells - A lapbook I created to go along with our studies. It includes lots of links and video.

Anatomy Lapbook - Skeletal System - Another lapbook I created. It also includes links and video.

Anatomy Lapbook - Muscular System - I also made this to go along with our study on the human body. Like the others, it includes links and video.

My Body Lapbook - This is a great lapbook for younger students. It is found free at Homeschoolshare.

Human Body Lapbook - This lens has a lot of information and links to make your own lapbook on the human body.

Exploring Creation Series - More Books in the Series

Most of the Exploring Creation Science books can be found used at Amazon.

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      tcaldy 4 years ago

      Great lens. Love the Exploring Creation Series.

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      Dorian Bodnariuc 4 years ago from Ottawa, Ontario Canada

      I love the Internet learning resources on your page.

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      iijuan12 5 years ago from Florida

      I love coming across lenses by fellow homeschoolers! We used this book for our winter unit study.

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      OUTFOXprevention1 5 years ago

      Great lens. Don't forget Microbiology!

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      anonymous 5 years ago


      This is a great lens! I added a link to your lens to my Creation lens!

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      Writing4Joy 6 years ago

      Love to see people working for the Kingdom!

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      cynthiaspages 6 years ago

      Answers in Genesis just put out a wonderful DVD program that would go great with your study on the human body.

      You can find Body of Evidence at Answers in Genesis or at Christianbook

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      blessedmomto7 6 years ago

      Great resources! We love Jeanne Fulbright's books! Lensrolling to my top 10 homeschool products lens.

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      JoyfulPamela2 6 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      Thanks for the cool stuff! I'm adding this to my main homeschool lens and *Squidoo Angel Blessed*.

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      Barb McCoy 7 years ago

      Really great lens on this text and supplements. I am adding it to my favorites, lensrolling to my Apologia lenses, and blessing.

      ***Blessed by an Angel***

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      cynthiaspages 7 years ago

      @anonymous: Not that I know of. That would be nice though, wouldn't it.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Are there any audio recordings for the Apologia Exploring Science series