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Junior Astronomy Notebooking Journal for Exploring Creation with Astronomy Spiral-bound – June 14, 2011
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The Astronomy Notebooking Journal for Apologia's Exploring Creation with Astronomy textbook is a wonderful addition to the Young Explorer Series curriculum. --The Old Schoolhouse magazine
Serving both as a record of the student's work and as a prized reminder of acquired knowledge, these books will become a homeschooling heirloom. --Rainbow Resource Center
This is a great resource for homeschool parents that want to add more structure to the lessons in Exploring Creation with Astronomy. --Eclectic Homeschool Online
About the Author
Jeannie Fulbright is a mother of four who shares with her readers a love for God's Word, family, homeschooling, and science. She began speaking and writing in college as a sportscaster for the University of Texas and as a headline writer with the Daily Texan. Soon after her family set out on their homeschool journey, Jeannie recognized an immense need for scientifically sound creation-based curriculum that would be both engaging for kids and easy for parents to use. Her background in science at the University of Texas inspired her to create the Apologia elementary science courses.
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There is a 28-week, 2 days per week lesson plan in the front of the book to help know how to cover the material. This is a big help. I also love that God as the Creator is throughout the book, as I don't see any logic in Science without God.
The only negative, to me, is the cost, which is close to $60 for both books.