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Science Saturday – Apologia Anatomy And Physiology Notebooks

Welcome to Science Saturday! Each Saturday, The Homeschool Scientist and Meet Penny will be blogging and vlogging our way through Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology. We’ll have downloads, tips and information for you to use in your study of Anatomy and Physiology.

Apologia Anatomy and Physiology Notebook

Let’s get started with lessson 1 and how my daughter is using the Apologia Human Anatomy and¬†Physiology Notebook to enhance the information from the text.

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The notebook is a great addition to our study of human anatomy and physiology. It has helped my daughter in taking notes and sketching about what she has read in the text and about the hands on activities from the lessons. Notebooking has really helped in her remembering and understanding the material.

Do you use Apologia science? Do you use the notebooks? Do you notebook your way through other science studies? We really get a lot out of notebooking whatever the study!

Thanks for joining us for Science Saturday. Don’t forget to check out Science Saturday at MeetPenny.com¬†to look at some of the great activities her kids have been doing in this study!

 

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  1. As you might know, we use the Apologia junior journals, and the kids are really enjoying them. This is our first year doing any real notebooking, but we’re enjoying it a lot!

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