We love all things science in our family, but I often get that science FOMO when I’m trying to piece everything together myself and teach it all. Am I doing enough experiments? Am I covering everything I should? Am I teaching this the right way? I don’t want my kids to miss out because I didn’t major in science or remember what I learned in high school biology!
When we got the chance to take a look at Dr. Robin’s School of Pre-Med classes I admit I was very humbled. For the first time ever my kids got to learn science from someone who was much more capable and skilled at teaching biology than I am. We quickly became #superfans!
We did a year long human body science study last year as a family and I’m super bummed we didn’t know about Dr. Robin’s School of Pre-Med. We had a great time going through The Body Book and making a life-size cutout human model with all the different systems. It was a great project that my kids will remember forever. However, after going through that unit that I pieced together myself, I sure wish I’d been able to base my lessons on the classes by Dr. Robin’s School of Pre-Med.
And before we go any further with this, please don’t be misled by the “Pre-Med” part – that phrase always makes me think of upper high school and college prep level science. While Dr. Robin’s School of Pre-Med does offer high school level studies, we found these lessons and unit studies to have something for everyone in my family – from my middle schooler all the way to my toddler! (He always wants to get in on whatever his sisters are doing.)
If you’re looking for a great resource to teach any human biology lessons in your homeschool, please for the love of stethoscopes – do read on!