Posts Tagged ‘vocabulary’

Word Roots B2 – Schedule and Quizzes Added


03 Jun

The Critical Thinking Co. Word Roots B2

Well, we’ve reached the end of the year. Seventh grade is over. Now that it’s over I have completed the worksheets for certain books and curriculum, and have a little bit of time to add them here for you guys.

So, for now, I’ve added a page for The Critical Thinking Company’s Word Roots B2 book. It includes a basic schedule, as well as all the quizzes I made to go along with the pages of the book. They’re just basic Document files, nothing fancy, but it saves you from having to make them. Hopefully they’ll help someone out there.

Visit the page for this HERE

Apologia Anatomy and Physiology, Chapter 12 Files Added


09 Apr

Since I’ve had a request for them, and since I just finished them up, I’ve added the Chapter 12 Vocabulary Set and Test files. Chapter 13 vocabulary set is created, but it will be a couple of weeks before I have the test ready and post them both. Chapter 14 files will be a bit delayed, and probably posted more towards mid to late May since we’re taking a bit of a break in a couple of weeks before finishing off the year.

Chapter 12 Vocabulary

Chapter 12 Test

**Note that the Chapter 12 Test requires a diagram showing the layers of a strand of hair for Questions 20-22, and a diagram showing the different layers of skin for Questions 23-25.

Apologia Anatomy and Physiology, Lesson 10 and Lesson 11 files added


09 Mar

Here they are: The files for Lessons 10 and 11. Lesson 12 is in the works!

Lesson 10 Vocabulary

Lesson 10 Test

For the Lesson 10 Test, questions 16-29 require a diagram of the brain (one showing the 4 lobes of the cerebrum) for identification.

Lesson 11 Vocabulary

Lesson 11 Test

For the Lesson 11 Test, questions 30-35 require a diagram of the eye for part identification.

Apologia Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 Files Added


27 Dec

Oh no! Look at the date! It’s been almost two months, and Christmas has gone and went, and the new year is on the way. I haven’t posted any files in ages! I’m sorry for anyone who has been looking for these files, but better late than never I suppose. The good thing is, you get two chapters added at once, so hopefully it gets you caught up as you’re most likely sure to start school again once the holiday season has passed. Here are the files for the two different chapters:

Chapter 7 Vocabulary

Chapter 7 Test

The Chapter 7 test requires a diagram for questions 18-22. The diagram for these questions is the diagram on page 122 in the section titled, “Capillaries.”

Chapter 8 Vocabulary

Chapter 8 Test

The Chapter 8 test requires a diagram for labeling different parts of the heart for questions 23-28. You can use the diagram found on the book website (mentioned in the beginning of the book), or find one better suited to your needs elsewhere online.

Hopefully these have been posted for you in time to use them with your studies. I’ve already started on the Chapter 9 vocabulary and have the beginnings of a test, so they should be completed in the next few weeks. Enjoy the rest of your break if you’ve taken one these past couple of weeks. Happy New Year!!

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 4 files added


21 Sep

So, trying to stay on top of things, here are the Lesson 4 files for those of you who are using them.

Lesson 4 Vocabulary

Lesson 4 Test

The test requires two different diagrams, one of a tooth and one of the digestive system, for questions 24-32. These are easily found online with a quick search. The answer to the bonus question is NOT in the book.

Middle of the Square (or Circle)


08 Sep

 

This is an activity that is fun for review and can be basically used for any subject. It can be played outdoors or indoors (provided you have the room.)

Materials:

* Construction Paper, or large paper plates (big enough for your child to stand on)
* a Sharpie, or other marker
* some masking tape
* if desired, some blank index cards

Setup:

1) On the construction paper or paper plates use your Sharpie to write   (more…)

It’s all Greek to me


13 Jun

Word Roots, Beginning, by The Critical Thinking Co.

When doing research regarding homeschooling, I came across a lot of parents and methods that suggested teaching Latin and/or Greek for various reasons. I took a lot of Spanish myself, and in this day and age, Spanish is something that could be very useful in everyday life, so that seemed the logical language to teach. Spanish would also be beneficial because I could talk in Spanish a bit and find ways to make it useful during our schooling. But then I wondered, Am I doing him a disservice by NOT teaching him Latin or Greek? I never learned it in school. I turned out okay (I think),  BUT my vocabulary isn’t what it could be I guess.

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