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A+ Projects in Biology: Winning Experiments for Science Fairs and Extra Credit
Janice Pratt VanCleave
A collection of experiments and projects exploring various aspects of biology. Contains thirty ideas for biology experiments that help science lovers learn about botany, cell division, physiology, zoology, photosynthesis, ecology, nutrition, and other topics. Ages 12 & up.
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Tops Learning Systems
Analysis (Task Card Series)
16 lessons.
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Aviation Fundmentals Textbook
Over 350 illustrations and helpful graphics, colorful type, and margin call outs make this a highly usable textbook. Chapters include- Principles of Flight, Meteorology, Aviation History, The Nature of Space, Rockets and Space Flight, Careers in Aviation Aerospace, Weather, Basic Navigation, and more.
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A Beka Book
Biology: God's Living Creation
Written from a Christian perspective. Beautifully illustrated. Investigates such fields as botany, anatomy, zoology, cytology, and genetics with the goal of discovering the thoughts of the Creator through the ingenious structure and orderly function of His creation. Support materials include a teacher guide, lab manual and key, test and quiz books with keys, and video lab demonstrations. Soft cover, 631 pages.
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A Beka Book
Chemistry: Precision and Design
The excellent organization of this Christian chemistry text ensures mastery of the basic principles of chemistry and makes those principles understandable and interesting. The use of realistic diagrams and full-color photography as well as cartoons helps students relax and enjoy the material. An increased emphasis on the basics of chemistry gives students a firm foundation on which to build more advanced knowledge. Practical applications are given throughout, highlighting the importance of chemistry in everyday life. Teacher edition, lab manual, tests, quizzes, solution key, and video lab demonstrations are available. Soft cover, 456 pages.
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Free Press
Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
Michael Behe
Naming Darwin’s Black Box to the National Review’s list of the 100 most important nonfiction works of the twentieth century, George Gilder wrote that it “overthrows Darwin at the end of the twentieth century in the same way that quantum theory overthrew Newton at the beginning.” Discussing the book in The New Yorker in May 2005, H. Allen Orr said of Behe, “he is the most prominent of the small circle of scientists working on intelligent design, and his arguments are by far the best known.” From one end of the spectrum to the other, Darwin’s Black Box has established itself as the key text in the Intelligent Design movement—the one argument that must be addressed in order to determine whether Darwinian evolution is sufficient to explain life as we know it, or not.
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Evolution: A Theory in Crisis
Michael Denton
''Denton's [not a believer] book is a first-rate critique of contemporary versions of Darwinism and is filled with original and compelling arguments.'' Amazon reviewer
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Apologia Educational Ministries
Exploring Creation with Astronomy
Jeannie K. Fulbright
What would living on Venus be like? Are there really black holes? How did God create the cosmos? Curious kids want to know! This book covers the major structures of our solar system, starting with the sun and working towards Pluto. Along the way, the student will also learn about Earth s moon, the asteroid belt, and the Kuiper belt. After that, students will move outside our solar system and learn about the stars and galaxies that make up God's incredible universe. Finally, the student will learn about space travel and what it takes to be an astronaut. The activities and projects use easy-to-find household items to make the lessons come alive! Activities include simulating the use of radar to reveal a hidden landscape, making a telescope, and making an astrometer to measure the brightness of a star.
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Apologia Educational Ministries
Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology
Jeannie K. Fulbright
From head to toe, your child will encounter fascinating facts, engaging activities, intriguing experiments, and loads of fun as together you learn about the human body and how to keep it working according to God's design. After a brief history of medicine and a peek into cell structure and DNA, kids will take a fantastic voyage through each of their main physiological systems, including the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, digestive, circulatory, and nervous systems and more! They'll learn about nutrition and health, embryology, major organs, how their immune system is designed to protect them, and what makes each of us a unique creation of God. In addition, your children will enjoy various experiments and projects, such as testing the bacteria content around the house, finding their own blood type, creating a cell model from Jell-O and candy, and even building a stethoscope!
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In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood
Walter T. Brown
Dr. Walter T. Brown, is a retired MIT Prof. and a retired full Colonel from the Air Force. One of the books great features is that it is about 30% quotes from well known and regarded scientists and publications. Another great feature is the surprisingly simple and logical explanations of current geophysical attributes that haven't been solidly explained by any current theories. Dr. Brown plainly outlines how that from a scientific point of view organic macroevolution lacks necessary physical evidence. Dr. Brown's book is written for the high-school to college level. Use this for a semester's worth of work or as an attention grabbing source filled with colored pictures, maps and charts.
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