Human Anatomy and Physiology Notebooking Journal

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Item #: 023173
ISBN: 9781935495154
Grades: K-6

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Publisher: Apologia
Pub. Date: 2010
Pages: 180
Language: English

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Category Description for Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy & Physiology

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8 year old LOVES it
My daughter is so excited about this book. We already did the zoology text and notebooking journal, and they were good as well. My daughter wants to be a nurse when she grows up and is delighted by all of the interesting hands-on activities she is going to get to do with this book.
March 20, 2019
6 months ago
Must have item
This journal compliments the text perfectly. It has preplanned assignments/lesson plans, and activities to help the students take notes and practice the information in the text book. I strongly recommend the note booking journal as can moanion to the text.
September 15, 2018
1 year ago
We continue to use this resource
I have 4 children and they all have very different learning styles and preferences. This is one resource that all of them seem to thoroughly enjoy. Easy to use and independent work.
May 19, 2018
1 year ago
Highly recommended
My daughter is home schooling in year 6. She desires to be a vet and is using this series to start her learning journey towards success. Thank you
December 25, 2016
over 2 years ago
Science made easy and fun.
I wish I had chosen this series sooner. The experiments use objects from around the house or are easily obtained at the grocery store making them easy to complete as well as reinforcing that science is everywhere in the would around us. My son said he likes the text because it seems like the author is talking to him.

These journals make it easier for my children to keep their thoughts organized. They come with a build in schedule so they know just want to read in their text and what projects they are to do each day.

I feel like the journals though non-essential keep students on track and set them up to succeed. I would suggest anyone give this a try.
November 3, 2015
over 4 years ago
Nice over view
This text is giving us a nice overview of the human body.
October 19, 2015
over 4 years ago
A few months ago my oldest son expressed a desire for learning more about the human body but we had no curriculum per se in our hands I had a book or two about the human body but still I wanted him to dig deeper and learn more Apologia's newest addition to their Young Explorer Series - Human Anatomy and Physiology - seemed the answer When we received the text and notebooking journals my two oldest kids were very excited about it Dominic was particularly excited about the Junior Anatomy Notebooking Journal The text is well written and contains tons of information It is packed with information activities and more If you could pick only one book on the subject this book is well-written and contains tons of information activities and more In the first chapter we learned about the history of how people have started to study the human anatomy and are even experimenting with the information For example in the book there is an experiment that allows you to mummify an apple which clearly demonstrate how the Egyptians were mummifying their dead The Junior Anatomy Notebooking Journal has been well received by my 6 year-old He was very happy to be able to do some specific lessons with his big brother He and his older brother had a lot of fun learning about cell anatomy together The Anatomy Notebooking Journal is geared for older children who will have no trouble doing some writing work Also included in this book are copywork and writing exercises but you will also find a What Do You Remember? section for each lesson as well as vocabulary crosswords The writing is a bit more demanding and the child is required to provide longer answers Recently we started the second chapter of the book which is about the bones in our bodies One of the first "experiments" the kids had to do was to create a man out of clay and see if he could stand without bones Then afterward they had to put the bones in and see if he could stand or not This exercise was good to demonstrate how important the bones were for humans We also had some good laughs during this simple and yet very demonstrative experienceAs a homeschooling family it is important that we find quality material to help our kids to learn The Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology is such a product We are blessed beyond measure with this curriculum
November 14, 2010
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This is the program used at our homeschool coop.
Rachel P on Aug 8, 2019
Good companion for the text.
Tomika B on Aug 2, 2019
This is the program used at our homeschool coop.
Rachel P on Aug 8, 2019
coop choice
susan r on Aug 6, 2019
Good companion for the text.
Tomika B on Aug 2, 2019
Amy Dawn D on Jul 10, 2019
Wanted for Enrichment class
Lydia P on Jun 8, 2019
I like the idea of a note-booking journal to go with The text book.
Kristen H on Apr 17, 2019
It is convenient to have and break down the lessons.
User on Mar 22, 2019
My 10yo is using it for science to go with the textbook.
Christy B on Mar 11, 2019
We love the Zoology notebook and know we will love this one as well. My 8 year old gets excited to do the activities in here
Megan T on Feb 17, 2019
This is a great addition to the course if your child likes to draw and be creative.
Stacia B on Nov 4, 2018
for a class
Rosa P on Sep 15, 2018
This was the curriculum chosen by our co-op.
Leticia T on Sep 3, 2018
excellent activities and reinforcement exercises for learning
Esther H on Aug 17, 2018
Need the journaling book for the science class
Eunice F on Aug 13, 2018
This is the book her teacher is using.
Vickie S on Aug 8, 2018
I love the way it makes the learning come alive. The mini books and activities really help to solidify what they are learning.
Stephanie F on Aug 6, 2018
To help enhance his learning from the Anatomy and Physiology textbook.
Diane C on Jul 30, 2018
love the young explorer courses!
Julia M on Jul 29, 2018
Required by teacher
EBONY C on Jul 27, 2018
I need it to go with the book.
Jake M on Jul 26, 2018
for my 5th grade daughter who will be learning along with the textbook
Denise H on Jul 16, 2018
Really enjoy the notebooking journals
Anastasia O on Jun 15, 2018
I already have the text and used the notebooking journal for my oldest child. I am now ordering the notebooking journal for my 2 middle children. Undoubtedly I will order for our 4th child when the time comes.
Christeena P on Apr 18, 2018
For my 5th grader to work on anatomy on her own.
Heather D on Apr 13, 2018
I like the science book a lot, so I decided to buy the journal to enrich our learning.
marilyn w on Mar 29, 2018
Love this curriculum.
Elizabeth J on Mar 21, 2018
We have enjoyed 5 previous books and found them to be excellent.
Carrie R on Mar 8, 2018
great book...
angela g on Oct 26, 2017
Very good curriculum
Anouchka H on Oct 14, 2017
in the series, needed journal
Anita G on Sep 18, 2017
I don't have the time/inclination to create lapbooks for my children, however I like the concept. The notebooking journals help me offer my students an opportunity to cement the concepts we are studying by creating an attractive journal complete with attractive graphics and colors.
Keola F on Sep 18, 2017
best price
David Dykes R on Aug 30, 2017
For a homeschool co-op class
Naomi N on Aug 27, 2017
Required for a class
Yvonne M on Aug 22, 2017
This journal challenges our middle children and encourages a more in-depth learning than the junior note booking journal. With both journal levels to choose from, it is easy to keep several children engaged and learning at their best.
Jennifer T on Aug 22, 2017
I heard it was great
Amy R on Aug 21, 2017
Chosen for interactive work
Denise R on Aug 19, 2017
I only needed the journal because I already had the book. Love these science books
julie s on Aug 18, 2017
because my daughter likes to journal and draw...i thought it might help her studies be more interesting
DeAnna M on Aug 15, 2017
First year with this curriculum, but it looks like what we want!
Regie S on Aug 10, 2017
Used a plain notebook and it just didn't keep it as neat and clean as this does.
User on Aug 10, 2017
great product
Trina R on Aug 9, 2017
Already us.e
Nicky B on Aug 8, 2017
My kids learn better when they have a little journal to go along with the reading.
Rachel A on Aug 7, 2017
We've used these books before and I really like how it keeps my children learning in the right direction with a lot of info.
Brian L on Jun 12, 2017
We did Astronomy last year and really enjoyed it. Loved the note booking aspect. My 10 year old thoroughly looked forward to the science projects in the book and the cutting and pasting aspect of the journal. Definitely recommend.
sandro m on May 30, 2017
We LOVE the young explorer series. My 3 year old, my 7 year old, and upper elementary kids all sit intently listening and participate in activities as age appropriate. My favorite part of our homeschooling journey :)
Heather H on May 30, 2017
Creation/Christian based
Amber J on May 23, 2017
student interest and former use of series
Valerie M on May 23, 2017
To help keep us on track with scheduling and to make sure that we work on the important, not just the fun stuff!!!
Kelvina H on Apr 20, 2017
coop choice
susan r on Aug 6, 2019
Amy Dawn D on Jul 10, 2019
Does the notebook journal come with an answer key?
Marie on Aug 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The journal does not come with an answer key, but the review questions in the journal are the same at the end of the chapters in the textbook.. The answers to the review questions can be found on pages 253 through 257 of the actual textbook (Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology).
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