|A label-it page from the Anatomy Noteboking Journal by Apologia|
- Younger students that have not yet mastered handwriting
- Older students that are delayed in handwriting mastery
- Older students with learning disabilities
- Students that are new to written narration
I also purchased the regular anatomy notebooking journal for my 9 year old daughter.
In fact, we had our whole older anatomy class (3rd- 6th) purchase the notebooking journals.
When the teachers and I looked through the journal we were impressed by the quality and the variety of pages that were included. We had considered piecing together notebooking pages like we did before Apologia came out with these journals, but once we saw the format, we knew it would be an ideal resource for the kids and for us.
– no need to make copies so we saved on ink and time trying to find pages
– no loose pages; everything is bound which makes a wonderful keepsake for the year.
– narration pages
– copywork pages
– review pages
– mini-books (nice that it wasn’t all journaling/narration)
– experiment procedure sheets
– personal person project
– would have loved some older kid versions of the coloring pages too!
|Personal Person Project|
The coolest component is the personal person project. While learning about the body, students made their own model. Transparent overlays were used showing the different systems. I love that it was all included in the book. All the students had to do was cut out the overlays and glue them on.
I think having the journals in this class was a time-saver and helped the students learn and retain the information that was taught. I am thrilled with the quality of the journals. Of course you could teach this class without the journal, but I sure wouldn’t! It is a very valuable teaching tool. Apologia has sample pages on their site for you to check out for yourself.