Explore God’s Creation hands-on with the Lab Manual for our Christian Biology curriculum! Worksheets for 20 labs to do at home, including microscope & slide experiments, dissections, and more.
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Science Shepherd Biology was awarded the 2015 Practical Homeschooling Reader Award.
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Biology Lab Kit Contents: Supply List
Our Lab Kits Are Currently Available Through Rainbow Resource At The Links Below:
Complete Biology Lab Kit: Includes all of the lab supplies and dissection specimens (does not include lab manual, DVD or microscope).
Biology Lab Kit: Includes all of the lab supplies EXCEPT for the dissection specimens (does not include lab manual, DVD or microscope).
Biology Dissection Specimens: Includes the five dissection specimens used in the lab portion of the Science Shepherd Biology course: freshwater clam, earthworm, grasshopper, perch, and a double-injected fetal pig (does not include lab manual, DVD or microscope).
We recommend the Model 3000F-LED Microscope.
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Science Shepherd Biology is a comprehensive and integrated homeschool high school Biology curriculum, incorporating textbook, optional daily video-based lessons, lab manual, supplementary parent/teacher informational guide book, enhanced study question DVD, and test materials. Written by physician and homeschool dad Scott Hardin, MD, Science Shepherd Biology was designed for independent study with advanced but easy-to-learn presentation. However, with the supplementary teacher information, parents can be involved in their student(s) learning, if they choose.