Science Shepherd Biology - Student Text [SCM]

by Scott Hardin Author

(from their Web site) Science Shepherd curriculum was developed to meet the needs of the growing number of families who want to continue to homeschool their children all the way through high school. Our goal is to take the fear out of teaching science. Science Shepherd texts contain high quality, full color photos and graphics to completely illustrate the concepts being taught. The books are designed to lead students through the material in a step-wise fashion, allowing them to learn independently, so even if parents do not have a science knowledge base, their students are able to completely learn the material.


Additional Details

Resource Type
Print Status
In Print
Suggested Grades
10th - 10th
Ohana Life Press


  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 The Composition and Chemistry of Life
  • 3 Basic Biochemistry of the Molecules of Life
  • 4 Introduction to the Cell and Cell Membrane
  • 5 The Cell Interior and Function
  • 6 Metabolism Overview and Enzymes
  • 7 Photosynthesis
  • 8 Cellular Respiration
  • 9 CNA, RNA, and Proteins
  • 10 Cell Reproduction: Mitosis
  • 11 Organism Reproduction
  • 12 Genes and Heredity
  • 13 Inheritance Patterns
  • 14 Genetic Variation
  • 15 Human Genetics
  • 16 DNA Technology
  • 17 The Origin of Life and the Fossil Record
  • 18 Evolution and Creation: Principles and Evidence
  • 19 Speciation and Adaption
  • 20 Biological Classification and Viruses
  • 21 Kingdom Eubacteria and Archaebacteria
  • 22 Kingdom Protista
  • 23 Kingdom Fungi
  • 24 Plants: Introduction, Structure and Function
  • 25 Plants: Physiology, Reproduction, and Classification
  • 26 Kingdom Animalia I
  • 27 Kingdom Animalia II
  • 28 Kingdom Animalia III
  • 29 Kingdom Animalia IV
  • 30 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • 31 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  • 32 Human Anatomy and Physiology III
  • 33 Human Anatomy and Physiology IV
  • 34 Ecology

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