Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology is a homeschool science curriculum for elementary students. In this course, your student will do a deep-dive into the unique design of their own body–both inside and out–and how they can keep it working well! They’ll also explore a range of topics such as human DNA, cell anatomy, and the body systems through the curriculum filled with vivid graphics, interactive lessons, and hands-on projects.
What’s Included In Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology, Advantage Set?
This homeschool science curriculum set includes:
- Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology, Student Textbook
- Junior Notebooking Journal (grades K-3)
When used together, these items provide your student with an optimal homeschool learning experience.
We believe that your child’s education is at their best when their learning begins with curiosity. That’s why this course was designed for elementary students with no prerequisite. We use the practical concepts and things in their world to help them learn and experience that science isn’t just a class–it’s a means for them to discover their world!
Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology course takes both an academic and practical approach to best teach your student about the human body. As they engage with the lessons, projects, and experiments, your student will better understand the complexity and purposes of the human body’s design, and how best to take care of their own body.
This course begins with a brief history of medicine and then gives your student a peek into cells and DNA. Using vivid graphics and hands-on activities to make learning come to life, your student will study and explore various body systems, nutrition and health, how God designed their immune system to protect them, and what makes them a unique creation of God.
As they work their way through the course, your student will enjoy creating their own personalized human figure and adding to it as they learn about each of the body’s organs. They will also enjoy conducting 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!
Lesson Plans and Materials
There are 14 lessons in this one-year Human Anatomy and Physiology course. Detailed lesson plans as well as a suggested daily schedule are included in the student notebooking journal. This will set you and your student up for success as they work through the course, while also providing flexibility to meet the needs of your student and your family.
Packed with vivid photos and a variety of hands-on activities and experiments that bring Human Anatomy and Physiology to life, the student textbook and the notebooking journal team up to provide engaging hands-on activities help them solidify the concepts they are learning. The hard-cover textbook and notebooking journal is recommended for your student to make the most of this course.
All of the activities and experiments use easy-to-obtain household items and truly make the lessons come alive!
This course covers the following lessons:
- The history of anatomy and physiology
- Cell anatomy, Cell membrane
- Mitochondria, Centrioles, Golgi
- The nucleus
- Cell creation
- DNA and RNA
- The Skeletal System
- The Muscular System
- The Digestive and Renal System
- Health and Nutrition
- The Respiratory System
- The Cardiovascular System
- The Nervous System
- The Endocrine System
- The Senses
- The Integumentary System
- The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
- Growth and Development
- And much more!
Hands-on Activities and Experiments
Some of the activities and experiments your student will complete in this course include making an edible model of a cell, analyzing a chicken bone, studying muscle fibers, the growing muscle experiment, designing a digestion theme park activity, testing starch content in food, and making a diaphragm model to better understand how the breathing process works.
All activities and projects in this course use easy-to-find household items and truly make the lessons fun!