High School Psychology Series

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What a fun time we’ve had learning high school psychology! We’ve done so many hands-on activities, including: making a vegetable brain, a play doh brain, and a play doh neuron; placing foods on a tongue map; doing a perception activity involving snapping pictures of being chased by a car; drawing a large colorful chart of our basic needs; moving stuffed animals to re-enact various concepts; and performing many fascinating skits–sometimes involving costumes and props, and in one instance, a live cat.

We have thoroughly enjoyed using the psychology curriculum from 7 Sisters that you can find here: {affiliate link} Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective.

Hands-on Psychology Activities

I thought I would make it easier for you by creating an index or table of contents for all these fun psychology activities you can do:

Psychology Bloopers

We also have some psychology blooper videos, if you need some merriment in your life:

Since homeschool parents need to buy curriculum for their high school students anyway, and psychology is one of your standard half-credit high school electives (it’s a one-semester course), you might as well purchase the curriculum here: {affiliate link} Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective.

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8 Responses to “High School Psychology Series”

  1. How fun! Psychology is fascinating. This looks like a fun curriculum.

  2. Psychology was one of my favorite subjects. It was actually my college major!

  3. Shayla Marie says:

    I’m going to save this post and look at incorporating Introduction to Psychology From A Christian Perspective into our upcoming schedule. I would really love to get to do it with my kids….I’ve loved your posts on this topic!

  4. Who knew that psychology could be made so approachable and fun for kids? I really like how hands-on this curriculum is.

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