The first half of this worktext focuses on human anatomy, covering the function and location of most of the organs God has designed in the human body. A beautiful pro-life thread runs throughout the course. After studying the nervous, circulatory, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, digestive, and urinary systems, the student will make the “Human Body Felt Project,” an inexpensive and wonderful teaching tool your student will be proud to have made.
The second half of the course provides an overview of nutrition, health, and First Aid from a Catholic perspective. In simple, clear terms, the course first explains nutrients and how to create a balanced diet, then moves on to cover disease prevention, hygiene, posture, exercise, and more. The course concludes by detailing basic First Aid treatments for a variety of medical situations, from bug bites to frostbite.
This hands-on science worktext is designed to be given to your student to work from independently. Answer key included. 202 pgs. Softcover. Spiral-bound for ease of use. 8½”x11″