12-16 Lab Wu is a flexible XLS grade keeper that includes a version of my composition grader, Lab WU [Lab Write-Up]. 12-16 is designed for co-op lab science classes that have 12 students or less and are using a plan based on 16 sections of work, such as 16 chapters, or in the case of Apologia science, 16 modules. 12-16 averages grades in quarters and semesters and yields a final grade for the year.
These co-op schedules [some are not co-op] are for the various book published by
Apologia Educational Ministries and the schedules were created and
generously donated by
Leah Mitchell, Donna May, Kim Merklin,
Kris Stedl, Pam Cavitt, Kathy from Tasmania,
Staci Dunn, and
~~Ladies, Thank You.
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|Exploring Creation With Botany Schedules|
|Kim Merklin has
contributed to us her 30-week co-op schedule for Exploring Creation With
Botany. It can be downloaded in either Doc or PDF format.
Note: This schedule was written for children grades 5-7
Thank you Kim.
See also the Botany 20-week class schedule below.
Exploring Creation with Astronomy · Exploring Creation with Botany · Exploring Creation with Zoology 1 · Exploring Creation with Zoology 2 · Exploring Creation with Zoology 3 · Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology
Exploring Creation with Botany is part of Apologia's elementary science courses written by Jeannie Fulbright. At Jeannie Fulbright's website you can find notebooking downloads for several of her science courses and you can read about why she likes notebooking. Jeannie Fulbright
|Exploring Creation with Botany and Exploring Creation with Zoology group schedules.|
Exploring Creation with
We finished Botany in a semester and then went on to Zoology for a semester. We emailed the kids regularly with updates or reminders. Our class time for Botany was two hours every other week. With Zoology we found we needed to meet more often (the book is larger) and so adjusted our schedule. We bought all the supplies needed for the class and kept them in a bin ready to go. The families split the cost. One thing not noted in the schedule is the videos we used. I would go to the library or Netflicks and get a video that pertained to our subject matter. We watched one on photosynthesis, for instance, when we studied that in the book. We also checked out Dr. Wile's site during class or on our own, that went along with the chapter. The kids kept a notebook and designed their own cover. Dr. Wile's site offers notebook pages that compliment the program. They are very helpful. Note: When we studied zoology, we did not revisit bees since we covered that with Botany.
|Exploring Creation with
22-Week Syllabus by Cynthia Lawrence
|Exploring Creation With General Science Schedule 2nd Edition|
Exploring Creation with General
Science Co-op Schedule 2nd Edition
|Exploring Creation With General Science|
|Exploring Creation with General
Science Co-op Schedule by:
Schedule tweaked, 2007
RTF Format: General Science Schedule 2007-08
PDF Format: General Science Schedule
"This schedule allows for some labs that are not in the book, and outside work on breaks and after co-op ends to complete the book in one year. This, of course, can be modified by those using it to suit their own schedule." - Leah
Exploring Creation with General Science Co-op Schedule by:
|Exploring Creation With Physical Science Schedules 2nd Edition|
|Apologia's Physical Science Co-op
Michelle is writing about her co-op classes in her blog. She has a starting page here: Physical Science.
Thank you Michelle!!
2nd edition schedule in DOC
format - zipped (download and unzip)
|Exploring Creation With Physical Science Schedules 1st Edition|
|Apologia's Physical Science Co-op
|Exploring Creation With Biology Schedules|
|Apologia's Exploring Creation with Biology
Co-op Schedule by:
Apologia's Exploring Creation with Biology (edition 1)
Co-op Schedules by:
Apologia's Exploring Creation with Biology (edition 2)
|The Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made!|
Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made!
Reading and Lab Co-op Schedules by Cheryl Randall
For a daily schedule of Cheryl Randall's co-op schedule, see Christina Brown's daily schedule at Resources for: Apologia's The Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made!
|Marine Biology Schedule|
A single student schedule for Marine Biology is on the "More Biology" webpage.
Co-op Homework Schedule and Flashcards by:
|Exploring Creation With Chemistry 2nd Edition Schedules|
Apologia's Chemistry Co-op Schedule by:
Kathleen's schedule is in two parts. Pages 1-11 contain the syllabus
and pages 12-13 contain the student's homework schedule. Kathleen
recommends up to 2 hours for co-op classes.
|Exploring Creation With Advanced Chemistry 2nd Ed Schedule|
Advanced Chemistry 2nd Ed Individual Student Lesson Plans by:
|Exploring Creation With Physics 2nd edition Schedules|
|Apologia's Physics Co-op Schedule and
Supply List by:
Apologia's Physics Co-op Schedule by:
A Schedule by Kathy from Tasmania
|Advanced Physics in Creation Schedule|
|Schedule and Supply List by:
Zip File adv_physics.zip This is a zipped download that contains the schedule in doc format . Download to your computer, then extract it.
Donna May has also provided an Errata for Advanced Physics in Creation, 1st Edition
The file is password protected.
These schedules are posted with permission from the authors.
The schedules on this webpage are for the various science books published by Apologia Educational Ministries
The authors of these schedules retain all rights and ownership to the schedules.
You are granted permission to print these schedules for your use as a teacher or student.
These schedules may not be redistributed by venders without written permission from the authors.