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Homeschool Course - Secondary Track in Purple (Click to enlarge)



Anatomy Coloring Workbook, 4th Edition by Princeton Review

The 4th edititon of this workbooks helps fix anatomical structures in student's minds. This book is used by medical school students and other advance level students to help memorize organs and system functions. It includes a glossary of terms,  injury and ailment appendices, with additional memorization techniques. Pages are used in the Secondary Track online course.

Ministry of Healing and Counsels on Diet and Foods by Ellen White

These textbooks are not  included in curriculum packages, however, links to online reading are provided in the course workbook. Hardcopies can also be purchased in our shop.

We have chosen to lay the foundation of our curriculum upon the Bible and two classical texts written from a Christian perspective.  These two texts, though written over a century ago, are in line with and even in advance of modern medicine.  With such a wealth of information, any student of nutrition will refer to these books in their library time and time again.  We've compiled  a list of scholars who validate the content or author of the books as being relevant and innovative.

“Recently the book Education, by Ellen G. White, has been brought to my attention. Written at the turn of the century, this volume was more than fifty years ahead of its times... The breadth and depth of its philosophy amazed me...”

-Florence B. Stratemeyer (1900–1980), Pioneer in curriculum development and teacher education; noted for excellence in teaching, counseling and influencing the shape and form of curriculum design and teacher education throughout the world (Nolan 1992)

Speaking on treating disease primarily through diet: “I’m  very  impressed  with  what  they  do... they  have  a  medical  school,  quite  frankly,  a good  and   rather  old  medical  school  in  Loma  Linda,  California.  [Loma Linda University, co-founded by Ellen White] But  they  have  started  this  concept  of  lifestyle  medicine,   and  I  really like it a lot... start talking to [patients] first and foremost  about  the  role  of diet and  lifestyle in  solving  our  problems, and taking  that as the first course, the first approach to resolving problems.”

-T Colin Campbell (1934– ), The China Study, Founder of T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies at Cornell University and contributor to Forks Over Knives®

“I really haven't had any health problems since I was 17. When I was about 16 or 17, I started reading books on health and nutrition like Paul Bragg's The Miracle of Fasting and Ellen 

White, a writer for the Adventist Church. I started realizing there was a real connection between what you put in your mouth and what you did not put in your mouth, between your health and how you felt."

-Paul Wenner, Garden Cuisine, Founder of Gardenburger® and consultant to Kellogg Company


1. What age does the Primary Track begin?

We recommend students enroll in the Primary Track once they are on a 3rd/4th grade reading and comprehension level.  Although the class is designed for families, we find that children around age 8 tend to be more engaged.

2. What's the difference between the Primary and Secondary Tracks? The Secondary Track includes 12 lessons from the Primary Track, plus 5 more. You can learn about it by clicking here. The assignments to be more biology/physiology heavy with focus on the digestive, circulatory, respiratory, and lymphatic systems. 

3. When will the video lessons be back in stock? Hard copy DVDs will be in stock by the end of April, 2020.

4. Why is the Online Classroom private?  The online classroom features an unmonitored forum- that means any registered member can access it.  Because children of all ages access the forum, we make sure that it is password protected and checked by our site administrators regularly (but not daily).

5. My student is in high school. Do you really recommend a coloring book? The Princeton Review Anatomy Coloring Workbook, 4th Edition is an excellent resource for all anatomy or physiology students.  Students are more engaged in the learning process when completing assignments, and the supplemental material provided in the book can be referenced for nearly all physiology based assignments in the course (and beyond).

6. Is the online course accredited?  Neither, Medical Missionary Kids nor their online courses are accredited by any separate accreditation body.  We are lay members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church seeking to fulfill the gospel commission by reaching others where they are, and equip youth to do so too.

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