We have done 2 of the other Apologia books but I am really having a hard time with this one. I really like the creation science in it (ex: mutations and natural selection from a creationists view) but I feel like I'm just stuffing informtion in. I have a 6 and 10 year old. I'd like science to be a little better. They were pretty bored with Burgess' Animal book but they loved the bird book. I have some other animal books thay we've liked... Any ideas on how to spice it up or something else we could do? I looked at Queen's new nature books but I don't like the written reports and research required in them. Those are good things, but not for us at this season.
Thanks for the help.
P.S. We already tried 106 days of Creation. It wasn't right for us. I need science to be pretty well laid out because I'm learning with them. :-)