In addition to a suggested lesson schedule, it serves as your child's individual notebook and provides a place for them to complete every assignment, record their experiments, and display their work. A variety of activities include full-color mini-books, additional fun experiments, crosswords, and supplementary materials.
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Like the highly acclaimed journals that accompany each Apologia Young Explorer textbook, the Zoology 2 Notebooking Journal will provide everything your student needs to complete his or her studies of all the glorious creatures of the oceans, lakes and streams. A companion to Exploring Creation with Zoology 2, this special notebooking journal will be treasured by your child as he or she illustrates and records fascinating facts and information learned during each lesson. There are beautifully decorated templates for completing every assignment in the book, as well as a detailed schedule to follow. Also included are pages to record projects, experiments, and activities. Finally, paste pages are provided to display the gorgeous, colorful lapbook-style miniature books your student will assemble.
What's included in the Zoology 2 Notebooking Journal:
These notebooking journals are the perfect complement to the Exploring Creation Series. The students will cherish their individual notebooks as they make them their very own with words and illustrations, reflecting all they have learned in their pursuit of science. Additionally, these journals will serve as your record of your student's scientific endeavors throughout the year. When your child flips through his notebook, he will be reminded of the knowledge he has attained, reviewing the material as he peruses the pages he has created. The activities in this notebooking journal provide everything your child needs to complete the assignments in Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day. Recommended for use with students who have mastered handwriting, can take notes, and enjoy upper elementary level activities.
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