Topic | Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics

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  • Rachel
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    From Jeannie Fulbright’s newsletter today:

    Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics The next big news item is that Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics is coming along quite nicely! Dr. Jonathan Sarfati of Creation Ministries International is my technical editor on the book. What a blessing he has been! This book will take you and your students on an amazing journey through Genesis 1 – God’s creation of everything – from the atoms, molecules, elements, and compounds, to the scientific laws He put in motion at the start. You’ll be fascinated by topics like gravity, friction, the laws of motion, energy, magnetism and everything in between. I believe you will find physics to be the most interesting of all sciences because you’ll realize how very much it applies to your every day life! I expect that Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics will be available next spring or summer!

    Information so you can plan ahead.

    Rachel


    JennNC
    Participant

    Oh good to know! Thanks for the info. :)


    Rachel
    Member

    bumping for those who may have missed it…


    csmamma
    Participant

    Anyone know when this will be out? We’re trying to wait patiently for the release.


    HollyS
    Participant

    CBD lists late June as the release date: http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/product?item_no=495401&item_code=WW&netp_id=1134318&event=ESRCQ&view=details

    I’m a bit disapointed that I already purchased science for next year…I’d been hoping to cover chemistry and/or physics, but didn’t find anything suitable.  


    csmamma
    Participant

    Thanks, Holly. I forgot to check CBD. Can’t wait! Blessings, Heather


    junkybird
    Participant

    Has anyone heard where this one falls in difficulty?  I know previously that the Anatomay was said to be the hardest.  Thoughts on this one?  Anybody actually talked to Apologia about this one?  We did 106 Days, then Astronomy, and now we are one Zoology 1.

    TIA,

    Jenn


    jotawatt
    Participant

    I’ve preordered it for my 6th grade son, because he is a science nut and loves the Apologia elementary series.  Based on the difficulty of the ones we’ve done, I’m planning to spread the C&P out over 2 school years.  I’ve also preordered the notebooking journal, because we’ve had so much fun using those!  I’ll probably follow the journal schedule more or less, but breaking up the readings into more manageable bites and doing it twice a week.  My son is pretty excited. :)

    Tara

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