When it came time to choose a science course for our high schoolers, we thought, “Why not marine biology?” And why not make a family study of it? And so we did. For our elementary ages we are enjoying Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creature of the Fifth Day. We gathered resources and have been learning about marine biology with all our multiple ages – a kindergartener, 2nd grader, 6th grader, 9th grader and 10th grader.
All because we have a shark lover in the family. Our littlest girl has continued a study of sharks – especially hammerhead sharks – since she was a kindergartener. She picked up an Extreme Sharks book with a birthday bookstore gift card and has been devouring books on the topic ever since.
I have a full review of the elementary level Apologia Zoology 2 – Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day at The Curriculum Choice!
Plus, you can win a full year of Apologia award-winning science – the text and the notebooking journal!
More science and marine biology resources
- How are sharks like humans? Different? – Kindergarten First Place Science Fair Project
- Homeschool Marine Biology for Multiple Ages – includes all the extra resources we are using
- Science resources for Multiple Ages – all our favorites through the years
My review of Apologia Marine Biology high school resources will be coming soon!