Blood and Guts – Lapbook, Lesson 6

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Wait.  Lesson 6?  What happened to Lesson 5?!?!  Lesson 5, in Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology happens to be nutrition, and I decided that, while it is important, we needed to focus on the body parts.  So, we skipped Lesson 5, and (if we have time at the end of the year) we’ll visit it.

Lesson 6 covers the Respiratory System, so don’t forget to breathe.  We’ve already done some fun things, including building a couple of models and an experiment, and our lung dissection is scheduled for next week.

Lapbook:  Lesson 1 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 2 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 3 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 4 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 4B can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lessons 7 and 8 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 9 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 10 can be found here.

Lapbook:  Lesson 11 can be found here.

For this section of our Mega-Monster lapbook, I used Scholastic’s The Body Book, by Donald M. Silver and Patricia J. Wynne, along with some of my own foldables you’ll find below.

L6 Lapbook – 3 parts of the pharynx

L6 Lapbook – Asthma

L6 Lapbook – Bronchi and Bronchioles

L6 Lapbook – Cilia

L6 Lapbook – Cold Virus

L6 Lapbook – Diaphragm

L6 Lapbook – Humidity

L6 Lapbook – Icky Things Our Body Inhales

L6 Lapbook – Mucus

L6 Lapbook – Nasal Cavity Diagram

L6 Lapbook – Nasal Conchae

L6 Lapbook – Nose Hairs

L6 Lapbook – Smoking

L6 Lapbook – Sneeze

L6 Lapbook – The respiratory system includes

L6 Lapbook – Vocal Chords

L6 Picture – Healthy vs Smoker

Here are the pictures:

This is the section as it's first opened.

This is the section as it’s first opened.

 

The middle flap is lifted up.

The middle flap is lifted up.

 

The side is opened to the left.

The side is opened to the left.

 

Here, I've added the inflatable lungs we made in class.  They'll fold up into the lapbook.

Here, I’ve added the inflatable lungs we made in class. They’ll fold up into the lapbook.

 

 

 

 

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