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Exploring Creation with Chemistry, Student Notebook

3rd Edition

Soft Cover

Apologia Exploring Creation

Product Audience:
Junior High-Adult


Soft Cover



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Give your high school students a fun and helpful way to build study skills and reinforce lessons from Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Chemistry, 3rd Edition (sold-separately). The simple layout integrates study notes, questions from the text, and room to record experiment data within a clean, fresh workspace.

This student notebook journal is divided into sections that correspond to the text. First, an introduction provides rubrics, notes and schedules. This is followed by each module’s notebooking pages, which include blank note-taking pages along with room to answer the “on your own” questions, study guide questions, and extra practice problems. This is followed by the “Experiments” section, which features lab reports for every experiment in the text; forms include the objective, materials needed, primary question for the experiment, and procedure, as well as room to record the student’s hypothesis, data, and observations. Finally there’s a brief section on creating and interpreting graphs, which will help students understand how to create accurate and appropriate line graphs from data, and also how to interpret the most common line graphs.

A complete daily schedule breaks down the text, notebook pages, tests, and experiments into weekly and daily blocks; following the schedule will enable students to finish the course in 34 weeks. The answers to the Study Guide questions, Summary questions, and tests are provided in the Solutions and Tests for Exploring Creation with Chemistry book (sold-separately). Scripture is from the NIV and NLT. Non-reproducible, consumable student workbook.

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