All the Lessons

Dr. Robin has taught nearly 3000 children around the world and is an expert in making complex topics understandable

Scroll through the different types of lessons or continue down the page for a video tour and a detailed list!


Recorded Lessons

Dr. Robin’s lessons are manageable for younger learners but long enough (approx. 20 minutes) to really dig in to a topic in detail. In each lesson, Dr. Robin clearly explains complex science, building knowledge step-by-step with models, drawings, metaphors and demonstrations to develop understanding rather than just providing exposure.


Each module begins with an optional module workbook.  The page for each lesson is also available in that lesson.

For Anatomy Coloring Book Club, you can order Dr. Robin’s own coloring book on Amazon. For Book Club, you can get the book we’re reading from your favorite library or bookstore and the discussion questions will be posted in the lesson.


A number of lessons include a professionally made or homemade model but any lesson listed with “Modeling” at the beginning is focused entirely around a model that students can create themselves.  These can be functional models (such as a model of how the diaphragm expands the lung) or they can be structural models (such as the model of the digestive system). 


If a lesson is listed with “Coloring” at the beginning, it is focused on coloring and labeling an illustration that was custom designed and drawn for the program.  If you enjoy coloring, you should also check out Dr. Robin’s anatomy coloring book!


While dissection is definitely not required for the program, we know some families want to experience anatomy hands-on in this way.  Any lesson that is listed with “Dissection” at the beginning is a dissection of an animal organ (or a whole grocery store chicken in the case of that dissection).  You can watch the dissection or participate at home.

Instrument or Technology

Lessons labelled with either “Instrument” or “Technology” at the beginning focus on a tool that is used in medicine.  This might be a stethoscope, EKG machine, or tuning fork.  These lessons provide a practical application of what students are learning in the rest of the lessons and include detailed explanations or demonstrations.


Anything listed with “Practice” at the beginning refers to Quizlet review that’s been created to match with the lesson it’s named for.  Most of these are set up as matching games but you can change them into flashcards, worksheets, or whichever Quizlet format you prefer.


Anything listed with “Careers” at the beginning refers to a lesson that focuses on a specific career related to the module.  This is a written lesson describing the career and each career has a printable summary.

Watch the Video Tour or Keep Scrolling for the List

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Welcome from Dr. Robin
Draw a Cell
Practice: The Cell Matching
Careers: Different Paths
Careers: Pathology

The Circulatory System and Heart

Modeling: DIY Heart Pump
Practice: DIY Heart Pump
Systole and Diastole
Practice: Systole and Diastole
Intro to the Heart
Practice: Intro to the Heart
Blood and Blood Components
Practice: Blood and Blood Components
Coloring: Heart in Situ
Modeling: Heart in Situ
Dissection: Heart
Lesson: Intro to Blood Pressure
Practice: Intro to Blood Pressure
Lesson: Heart Murmurs, Attacks, and Failure
Practice: Heart Murmur, Heart Attack, Heart Failure
Lesson: Taking Good Care of Your Heart
Practice: Taking Good Care of Your Heart
Instruments: Stethoscopes
Technology: EKGs
Practice: EKGs Labelling Flashcards
Practice: EKG Definitions
Practice: Stethoscopes
Careers: Cardiology
Careers: Nephrologist

The Respiratory System

Intro to the Lungs
Modeling: DIY Lung Model
Practice: DIY Lung Model
Coloring: How We Make Speech
Practice: Asthma
COPD and Smoking
Practice: COPD & Smoking
Practice: Pneumonia


The Endocrine System

Intro to Hormones
Candy and Blood Sugar
Practice: Candy & Blood Sugar
Intro to Diabetes
Practice: Intro to Diabetes
How We Grow
Practice: How We Grow
The Thyroid
Practice: The Thyroid
The Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis
Practice: Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis
Workbook for the Endocrine System
Careers: Endocrinologist

The Gastrointestinal System

GI Overview
Practice: GI Overview
Inside the Mouth
Practice: Inside the Mouth
Practice: Teeth
Mini Activity: Dental Chart
Practice: Mini Activity: Dental Chart
Dental Care
Practice: Dental Care
The Stomach and What Goes Wrong
Practice: The Stomach and What Goes Wrong
The Small Intestine
Practice: The Small Intestine
The Liver and Hepatitis
Practice: The Liver & Hepatitis
Experiment: Liver Enzyme
Practice: Liver Enzyme Experiment
The Pancreas
Practice: The Pancreas
The Large Intestine
Practice: The Large Intestine
Modeling the GI System
Practice: Modeling: the GI System
Dissection: The Liver
Careers: Gastroenterologist
Careers: Surgical Assistant

The Immune System

Intro to the Immune System: Innate and Adaptive Immunity
Practice: Intro to the Immune System
Meet the White Blood Cells
Practice: Meet the White Blood Cells
Bugs and Drugs
Practice: Bugs & Drugs
Ear Infections
Practice: Ear Infections
Practice: Vaccines
Scarlet Fever and Strep Throat
Practice: Scarlet Fever & Strep Throat
Allergies and Anaphylaxis
Practice: Allergies and Anaphylaxis
Autoimmune Diseases
Practice: Autoimmune Diseases
Careers: Immunologist
Careers: Infectious Disease
Careers: Rheumatologist


The Musculoskeletal System

Intro to Bones
Practice: Intro to Bones
Intro to Joints
Practice: Intro to Joints
Intro to Muscles
Practice: Intro to Muscles
Dissection: Chicken
Practice: Feet
The Skull
Practice: The Skull
Muscles of the Facial Expression
Practice: Muscles of the Facial Expression
Cleft Lip and Limb Differences
Practice: Cleft Lip & Limb Differences
Careers: Physical Therapy
Careers: Orthopedic Surgery

The Neurologic System

The Brain
Spine and Spinal Cord
Grey and White Matter
Inner Brain Health
Using the Frontal Lobe
Careers: Neurologist
Intro to the 8 Senses
Draw a Human Eye
The Tongue and Nose
The Ear and Hearing
Practice: The Ear and Hearing
Hearing and Vibrations
Vestibular System
Instruments: Tuning Fork

The Integumentary System (Skin)

Intro to the Skin, Hair, and Nails
UV Damage
Cuts and Bruises


Intro to Genetics and the Human Genome
Mitosis and Meiosis
Protein Synthesis
The Genetics of Earwax
Blood Type
Activity: Punnett Squares
Careers: Geneticist

Putting it All Together

Follow a Red Blood Cell
Follow the Oxygen
Mini Lesson: Mitochondria
Follow the Iron
Hereditary Hemochromatosis (Iron Overload)


*these are new lessons currently being created, available fall 2024*

Intro to Nutrition
Intro to the Big Three
Intro to Vitamins and minerals
How to read food labels
Body Image and Health (this one is in the parent dashboard)
Careers: Registered Dietician

Healthy Choices

Thinking About the Future
Careers: Nurse


Dr. Robin makes it very interesting and easy for kid at any age to understand the most complex topics.

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Even More Than Is Listed Above!

Dr. Robin is a family physician who understands what people need to know in order to stay healthy and make good choices.  Therefore, the core of the program is Every Body’s Human Biology.  Those are the lessons listed above.  

Learning works in many ways and Dr. Robin has also created a Coloring Book Club, a Book Club, and more.  So those lessons are in addition to the list above.

During the summer, we also offer a summer badge program.  This is designed around badges that students earn by learning!

More is always coming!  Dr. Robin’s expertise is extensive so she’s always adding new material and options for families. 

A Holistic Approach to Science

By learning science in relation to their own bodies, students are ready to tackle more specific science topics having already been introduced to them. 

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Coloring Book 

Learn anatomy the way medical students do!  Dr. Robin’s coloring book is designed to teach complex lessons in ways that make sense.

Human Reproduction

This is kept separate so you have control over when your child is ready and for how much.  There are three core lessons that explain the basics and eight special topics. We encourage parents to watch the entire unit and then share what’s appropriate with your child.

Book Club

During each book club month, you’ll get a new discussion guide for a middle grade novel in which the main character has a disability or serious medical problem. 

 Lessons for Grown Ups

These are lessons that are more practical in nature that help with topics such as lab results, women’s health exams, and parenting.  Dr. Robin is a family physician so spent her career caring for families and is an expert in these topics.