I am planning to drill the memory work daily, and then add reading the following portions of the book with my boys one or two days of the week. Here is how I will be using the Apologia Exploring Creation book with Classical Conversations this year*:
Week 1: Lesson 1, page 32
Week 2: Lesson 2, pages 46-49
Week 3: Lesson 3, pages 57, 65, 66
Week 4: Lesson 9a, 10, page 150
Week 5: Lesson 11
Week 6: Lesson 4 (part of week 6 is covered in Lesson 4, see below)
Week 7: Urinary Tract-part of Lesson 4, p. 80
Lungs-Lesson 6, pages 110-113 (most of Lesson 6 applies more to week 10)
Skin-Lesson 12, pages 195-203
Intestines-part of Lesson 4
Week 8: Lesson 7 (this week covers the parts of this lesson, week 12 covers the purposes)
Week 9: Lesson 13
Week 10: Lesson 6
Week 11: Lesson 9b, pages 158-159
Week 12: Lesson 7, pages 119-124 (see week 8)
The goal would be to read the complete lesson, unless specified, focusing on the pages mentioned if applicable. For example, during week 1 we would read all of Lesson 1, focusing on page 32. During week 11, we would read the second half of Lesson 9, focusing on pages 158-159.
I hope that this is helpful! :)
*I will upload this information, complete with the actual science questions to CC Connected once the upload function is enabled again.
If you want to read more:
If you are interested in learning how we review CC memory work at home, check out this blog post. you might enjoy reading Getting Started with Classical Conversations, Why We Choose to Homeschool or a post about our schedule, What This Homeschooling Thing Looks Like for our Family.
Here are some of my favorite CC blogs to visit: A Stick and Sand, And Here We Go, Classical Conversations at Home, Half-a-hundred Acre Wood, Homegrown Learners, Mt. Hope Chronicles, and Running with Team Hogan are the ones that I have bookmarked at home, but there are many more. In fact, if you blog about CC, please let me know! I'd love to glean wisdom from others on this journey!