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180 pages with 63 appendix pages; softcover, spiralbound.
This Notebooking Journal is designed for students in grades 3-6. For students who struggle with handwriting / writing, the Jr Notebooking Journal (sold-separately) might be more appropriate as it contains fewer writing-based activities.
|Title: Notebooking Journal for Human Anatomy and Physiology|
By: Jeannie K. Fulbright
Vendor: Apologia Educational Ministries
Publication Date: 2010
|Weight: 1 pound 12 ounces|
Series: Young Explorer
Stock No: WW337016
No, "Exploring Creation Notebooking Journals" are not reproducible.
This notebook is designed to be used with the"Exploring Creation with Anatomy and Physiology" (CBD stock number WW337015). It is not compatible with "Exploring Creation with General Science".
There certainly is enough material in the notebooking journal for two students. Whether each child has their own journal or they share a journal, taking turns, is a matter of personal preference.
The Apologia Notebooking Journals are supplmental and cannot be used alone. The must be used with the Textbook, which does contain everything necessary to teach the course.
Each chapter features at least one notebooking page, copywork page, mini book and vocabulary activity.
Apologia's "Anatomy & Physiology" course is part of the Elementary Series for Grades K-6.
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