What's Inside Exploring Creation with Botany, 2nd Edition (From Apologia website)
Your young botanists will begin this course with an overview of botany and then grow in their knowledge of seeds, flowers, pollination, fruits, leaves, roots, and stems of plants. Their awareness of the world around them will blossom as they experience planting a garden that they design and discover how food is produced. By digging deeper into the many different types of plants in creation, they will acquire wisdom that will flourish for their lifetimes.
What Are Some of the Activities In Exploring Creation with Botany, 2nd Edition?
At the elementary levels, we have an abundance of hands-on activities for students. Who doesn’t like to do science? Hands-on is a great way to help students grasp the concepts they are learning in their textbooks.
Here is just a sampling of the engaging and creative activities and projects:
-Create a Nature Journal
-Grow Edible Mushrooms
-Make a Tree Field Guide
-Create a Garden Journal
-Build a Lichenometer
-Build a Light Hut
-Design a Garden Plan
-Plant & Harvest a Garden
-Make a Quick Compost
Class time will be spent:
-Hands-on group activities/projects to build upon learning
-Conducting experiments & labs
-Learning, discussing, and reviewing content as a group
Deposit fee due at registration: $50 Non-Refundable deposit
Tuition $200 per semester
Materials Fee $35 per semester
-Apologia Text – Exploring Creation with Botany, 2nd Edition
-Regular Notebook Journal-Exploring Creation with Botany 3rd-5th Grade, 2nd Edition
*Since this is a faith-based course I cannot accept charter funds.
Please contact me with any questions.