Apologia: Exploring Creation with Biology, 2nd edition
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A sample of quizzes are available. Made by me to make sure the students have read what they are suppose to.
Schedule: I am very sorry, but I have accidentally deleted ALL of my schedules from Google Drive. I have no idea how I did that, but I did. 😦 I am currently working on a schedule for 2018-2019 and will be posting it later this week.
- The planner I used for my schedule is the Science Planner at DonnaYoung.org.
- 2018-2019 Biology schedule NEW!! PLEASE keep in mind this schedule is made for the co-op I am facilitating at. It may not work for your home studies or your co-op, but it might give you an idea of what to do. This is my last year facilitating any science class and I am going out with a bang. I have 19 students! Yes, 19! The most I ever had was eight. 😀
You can find other Apologia Co-op schedules at DonnaYoung.org.
- Grading Note Forms New for 2010/2011
- Labs: How to write a lab report and why.
- How to set up a lab notebook. 2010/2011
- Why write a lab notebook
- How to clean a microscope.
- Care and Handling of a Microscope. A printable responsibility sheet.
Textbook and Solutions
3-ring notebook – 1″wide, for graded lab write-ups
Lab sheets from none other than Donna Young! Basic Lab Form I’d rather use a Meade Composition book, but that doesn’t work when we meet only once a week.
Plain paper for sketches
Specimens: worm, crayfish, perch, frog ordered from Carolina.org
Dissecting tool kit, provided by co-op
HomeScienceTools has great prices on dissecting tool kits. They also have great prices on individual pieces, if you need to replace some of what you already have.
Specimens, earthworm, frog, perch, and crawfish www.carolina.com is the only place I buy my preserved specimens. **We no longer do the perch dissection, because it is illegal to send it to Florida. We will be using online photos and a worksheet that I will make up.