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How and Why God Created Animals — Zoology

Students will go through a study of the five divisions of zoology, as outlined in Genesis of the Holy Bible. All animals on the planet are organized into these five divisions, and students have the chance to study each one and make their own textbook as they do their assignments …

How and Why God Created My Body — Physiology

“How and Why God Created my Body” is the study of physiology for ages 10 – 18.  This guidebook offers approximately 50 vocabulary words for students to research, define, illustrate and explain in their own personal science book.  All 8 systems of the body are listed as chapters. Students use a …

How and Why God Created Plants — Botany

Students will go through a study of the ten kinds of plants, and have hands-on experience with each of them. The introductory material is a study of the basic element of most plants – seeds. There is emphasis on Jesus Christ being the “Good Seed” from Whom all life emanates. …

How and Why God Created the Earth — Geology

This guidebook is not only a study of the physical make-up of the earth, but guides the student to discover the purposes for its creation and how God’s hand was in it “before the foundation of the world.” An introductory section discusses the basic element of the earth’s creation: Dust. …

How and Why God Created the Universe — Astronomy

(Ages 12 and up; 67 pages) An excellent introductory section to this guidebook is an article by J. Reuben Clark, Jr., called “Who Was This Jesus?” In his remarks made to Brigham Young University students in 1951, President Clark shows how Jesus is the great “Creator and Destroyer of Universes.” His …

How and Why God Created Things — Chemistry

A preface to the study of Chemistry introduces the students to the two basic elements of creation that God uses. This is presented in a report by W. Cleon Skousen called “Building Blocks of the Universe.” With this background, students study the properties and physics of all matter. At the …

Junior Science 1: My Body is a Temple — Student Workbook

Students create their own physiology scrap book, with pictures and original drawings of the eight systems (kingdoms) of the body. Sex-education is NOT included.   Approx.  100 pages.  

Junior Science 1: My Body Is A Temple — Teacher Manual

New for ages 6 – 11. Parents and teachers can use this manual as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of the human body from a child’s point of view.  NO sex education.  (283 pages)  

Junior Science 2: Animals are My Friends — Student Workbook

New for ages 6 – 8. Students use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of animals and pets from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrap book showing different animals as you study them. They have the opportunity to draw, …

Junior Science 2: Animals are My Friends — Teacher Manual

New for ages 6 – 8. Parents can use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of zoology — animals and pets from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrap book showing different animals as you study them. They have the …

Junior Science 3: The Good Seed — Teacher Manual

New for ages 6 -8. Parents can use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of botany — all kinds of plants from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrap book showing different plants as you study them. They have the …

Junior Science 3: The Good Seed — Student Workbook

Junior Science 3: The Good Seed Student Workbook Price per Unit (piece): New for ages 6 -8. Students use this book as a guide for teaching the basic concepts and principles of botany — all kinds of plants from a child’s point of view. The children create their own scrapbook …