Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology JUNIOR Notebooking Journal
for Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology
This notebooking journal is much like the original Anatomy Notebooking Journal, but is designed for younger students or those with limited writing skills. All the lines are primary writing lines (a dashed line between two solid lines), and there are far fewer than in the original journal.
This junior journal is perfect for:
Coloring, Vocabulary, Copywork, and Diagramming
Each lesson in the junior journal begins with two coloring pages for the student to color while he listens to the reading of the text. These pages are followed by a template page designed to encourage creative expression where the student illustrates what he has learned and writes a sentence or two about the topic.
Vocabulary retention activities are next, as well as Scripture copywork (shorter than in the original notebooking journal and with larger font).
Diagramming is also made easy with pointers to each part of the organ that needs to be labeled, the first letter, as well as the correct number of spaces the student needs to write the word correctly.
Includes Templates for All Assignments
Templates to complete all the notebooking assignments, the Personal Person Project with transparencies for the organs, project record keeping, Scientific Speculation Sheets and, of course, the same beautiful, full-colored miniature books found in the original notebooking journals are included in the junior journal.
There are some higher-level activities missing from the junior journal, but they are replaced with cut-and-paste activities that bring the subject to life. What's missing?
Ideal for Students Uncomfortable with Writing Paragraphs
These junior journals will be perfect for the beginning writer or the child who is not yet writing well. Every child writes at a different age, so age is not the best factor when determining whether to purchase a regular notebooking journal or the junior journal. The best determining factor is whether or not the child feels comfortable writing paragraphs. If not, the junior journal is a great tool to help the child begin incorporating writing into his learning.
View Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy & Physiology sample pages here (sample pages include Text & Notebooking Journal sample pages, Table of Contents, Lab Supply List, and more).Author: Jeannie Fulbright
Publisher: Apologia Science
Made In: USA
Awards and Endorsements:
Old Schoolhouse EE Award 2015 1st Place Winner!
Practical Homeschooling 2015 Reader Award Top Ranked by Homeschoolers!
One of Cathy Duffy's 102 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum 2015!
About.com Readers' Choice Winner!
The activities in this book are great. I'm glad I went with the junior notebook. I compared the regular and junior and felt the regular book was far too much writing.
I really like this book and feel it really helped my students to grasp and remember the concepts in the book. It was varied enough to be fun, but not so much that it was confusing.
I ordered these last year for 4 of my children ages 5-10. They really helped us to stay on track and the kids loved having little activities to do after or during reading. There are copy work pages, coloring pages, mini books, and puzzles giving enough variety that you can pick and choose what works for you and leave the rest. I felt it really helped reinforce what we had just read and required little to no teacher preparation. Highly recommended!
I love this Jr notebook! It is perfect for younger writers. There is a good variety of pages for you to pick and choose what works best for your child. I like that there are coloring pages for them to work on while you are reading the text. There is also a verse to copy for each lesson, and you can choose cursive or print. There are lap books in the back to cut out. This notebook will be a great asset to your anatomy study, and will be a treasure to go back and look at later. Also they have some extras such as book recommendations that you will appreciate.