Sunday, February 23, 2020

Online Homeschool Anatomy Curriculum

I know a lot of my awesome readers are homeschool Mom's. I am so excited to share with ya'll this
amazing class!!!
This post is sponsored by College Prep Science. Copyright 2020 by Greg Landry
Greg Landry’s online homeschool Anatomy & Physiology Curriculum Class offers a full year
(two-semester) option for 9th – 12th grade homeschooled students and a half school year (one semester)
options for 6th – 9th grade homeschooled students.


Professor Landry is a former college professor – he designed and ran a gross anatomy (cadaver) lab for
junior-level pre-med college students. Over the past 20+ years, he has taught science to thousands of
homeschooled students. His students love his online classes that are filled with teaching and stories from
the trenches (cadaver tanks) that make anatomy and physiology come to life! The classes cover the
anatomy and physiology of all human systems plus the insight that can only come from working with
cadavers. His online classes also include time in his virtual anatomy and physiology lab to perform
experiments and write lab reports.


Anatomy and physiology is interesting to most students because they’re learning about themselves but
it tends to most interesting to students who are leaning towards fields such as: medicine (medical doctor),
nursing, athletic training, chiropractic, physician’s assistant, pharmacy, nurse practitioner, exercise
science, massage therapy, sports medicine, physical therapy, etc. Professor Landry believes that studying
human anatomy and physiology is illuminating God’s Creation and that it reveals His glory.
- Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th-12th) - Two Semester Class
- Pre-Anatomy & Physiology (6th-9th) - One Semester Class
In the words of a homeschool parent…
"Greg, ...what you did for our daughter will have far-reaching effects. You showed her that learning
can be enjoyable..."
Thankful in Indiana
Jim H.
Professor Landry also offers homeschool anatomy and physiology/biology in-person two-day lab
intensives at 15 locations throughout the U.S. These intensives enable students to complete a full year of
anatomy and physiology/biology labs in just two days – while enjoying the process!
Homeschool dad, scientist, and former college professor, Greg Landry, offers live, online homeschool science classes, Homeschool ACT Prep Bootcamp, the Homeschool Mom’s Science Podcast, in-person two-day science lab intensives nationwide, freebies for homeschool moms, and student-produced homeschool print publications.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Join My New #Disney Planning Group


Are you planning a Disney vacation? Feeling overwhelmed? Not sure where to start? Unsure where to dine and which character meal and time to select? Not sure which Disney resort will be the best fit for your family? Join my new VIP Disney Planning Group!! One time joining fee of $25


Each week we will discuss a variety of topics ranging from how to select Disney FP+ to which Disney resort is the best fit for your family. You can ask questions in the VIP group and they will be answered by me. Debating staying on or off property at Disney? I will share my favorite off property locations.

The VIP Disney Planning Group will help you with your Disney vacation planning and help you to have the most magical vacation! Grab a cup of coffee and hop on Facebook and start your planning in the VIP Disney Planning Group. Best of all, there will be monthly giveaways!!



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Sunday, February 2, 2020

Valentine's Day DIY Sensory Bin + #Slime Recipe

Valentine's Day is in less than 2 weeks ya'll!! Head over to my Pinterest Valentine's board for tons of creative crafts for your little's and fun recipes. 

For toddlers:
Make a Valentine's Day sensory bin. Grab a plastic bin and fill with fun!

Purchase 1 -2 pounds of white rice. Dye the rice red or pink. Fill the bin with the rice.  OR you could use dried beans or sand (messier route) Add plastic hearts (nothing too small that your toddler could choke on). Also add fun objects like a measuring cup, a plastic spoon, bowl, etc.
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*Image courtesy the Inspired Home*

A fun DIY craft for kids for Valentine's Day:

Super fun Valentine SLIME
You and your kids will LOVE making this easy DIY Valentine's Day Slime project. This fun craft makes a great party favor too!
*Image courtesy The Farm Girl Gabs*

Recipe Ingredients:
Clear Elmer's Glue
Borax Powder
Heart confetti glitter
Pink ultra fine glitter
Water

For the step by step instructions head over to the https://thefarmgirlgabs.com/valentines-day-slime/


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