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A human biology program for kids and their families taught by a family physician.

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Dr. Robin takes complex medical concepts and makes them understandable to everyone!

Intended for kids in 3rd through 8th grade, each lesson is about 20 minutes long with models, drawings, stories, and examples.  Each of the 80+ main lessons includes a printable worksheet with answer key available in the separate parent portal.  Attend a weekly live webinar Coloring Book Club or monthly Ask Me Anything with Dr. Robin.  During the school year, join the book club that goes in depth into a high quality middle grade book in which the main character has a medical condition.

In the parent portal, access answer keys to the worksheets, bonus lessons for adults, videos for further learning (a curated collection of videos from YouTube that enhance the learning from the main curriculum), and a resource list (so you don’t have to hunt for the models or supplies Dr. Robin uses). Human Reproduction is coming out in late summer 2023 and will only be available in the parent portal.

A family physician with a decade in private practice and a medical school faculty, Dr. Robin has spent her career focused on teaching and her special gift is the extremely clear explanations and obvious love for humans she shows as she teaches!

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