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by  Debbie Jackson  &  Sharon Puryear   Live & Learn  102 Wicker Street  Sanford NC 27330  919‐718‐5764  www.liveandlearnpress.com 

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Thank you for your purchase of this Live & Learn product. We appreciate your confidence in us and our Learn ‘N Folders™. If there is anything that you have questions or comments about, please feel free to contact us by any of the methods listed below. We are always happy to talk with customers. email: Sharon Puryear, [email protected] Debbie Jackson, [email protected] phone: 919-718-5764 snail mail: Live & Learn 102 Wicker Street Sanford, NC 27330

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Are you using Apologia Science texts with your homeschooler? Would you like to have a hands-on project to accompany the book, act as a reinforcement and study tool, and as a portfolio item? Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks offer all of the interaction of our Learn ‘N Folders™ with the versatility of notebooking. Minibooks corresponding to each module of the text are included, plus your child will be able to file all other paper-based projects and laboratory reports with the module. This will result in a final product that your child can use for review, study and more. The Learn ‘N Folder™ concept works especially well as a portfolio item, either for your own personal use or for use in complying with your state homeschool laws. Either way, it may well become a cherished keepsake of which your child will be proud and to which he may return again and again. Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks feature: • Portable Document Format (.pdf) format for cross-platform use. • Linked table of contents allows you to click on exactly the portion of the file that you need to use. • Printables and instructions are grouped by module/lesson for easy use. • Full lay-out and assembly guides are contained within each module. • Color graphics are included on all minibooks, often offering the student clues about the answers. • Unique Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook format offers the interactivity of Learn ‘N Folders with the versatility of notebooks. Live & Learn Press has teamed up with Apologia Science to offer Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks to accompany Apologia’s elementary and most of the upper level texts. If your child thrives with hands-on interaction, our Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks may be just what you need. The finished product for each module will act as a study guide and reinforcement tool. When the textbook and Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook is completed, you will have a wonderful portfolio item, as well as a treasured piece of memorabilia. Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks combine all of the interaction of our Learn ‘N Folders™ with the versatility of notebooking. For the Elementary Apologia titles, there will be minibooks for the main concepts, including all of the “What do you remember?” questions, as well as the other information found in the lessons. The notebooking activities that are suggested in each © 2010, Live & Learn LLC

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lesson can easily be added to the Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook, as can photos of your child doing the suggested activities. With all of our Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks, additional paper-based projects, laboratory reports, photos, illustrations, notebooking pages, and more, may be added to the module sections so that a complete overview of your child’s study will be contained in one location at the end of the year. You can find printable lab report sheets at the following websites, or you may choose to come up with your own format. Either way, filing the finished lab reports at the end of the module will help make your Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook more complete. • http://www.donnayoung.org/science/labsheets.htm, • http://www.pdc.k12.wi.us/forsythe/academics/lab%20report.pdf • http://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/science_lab/ (an online form with graphics)

Supplies for completing a Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook are fairly basic. For each notebook you will need copies of the foldable pages printed on regular copy paper. You may choose not to print the layout and assembly guides if you would prefer to read them from the computer screen. You will also need a binder that is at least 2” (D-ring binders seem to work best), cardstock on which to glue the minibooks, scissors, adhesive, tabbed dividers or adhesive tabs, and a gallon-sized zippered plastic bag or a large manila envelope for storage of the minibooks in progress. For a few of the minibooks you may need a brass paper fastener (brad), clear tape, or a stapler. You may choose to decorate the printed divider pages with clip art, photos from magazines or simply adhere the graphic from the module page given before the layout guide. You could also print the module page on cardstock and use adhesive tabs to separate each module.

You may use the back of the divider page to copy tables, formulae, diagrams, and other study aids that you find helpful for the topic. If you assign grades for various sections of the module, those may be recorded on the back of the divider page as well. Place any module summaries, notes, abbreviations, quizzes, tests, reports, laboratory reports, and other paper-based projects in the module section, after the foldable minibooks. That will make your child’s Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook a complete study tool, as well as a record of what was done. It is suggested that you cut and fold a module worth of minibooks at a time, and store them in a gallon-sized zippered plastic bag. As your child encounters a question in the text, or as he gets to a natural stopping point, remove the corresponding minibook from the bag and add the answer. When all of the minibooks are completed for a module, use the lay-out guide that is in© 2010, Live & Learn LLC

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cluded in the Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook file to adhere the minibooks to cardstock which has been three-hole punched. Be sure to punch the cardstock before gluing the minibooks on so that you’re sure the minibooks will fit properly. We always suggest a dry-layout before using any adhesive, just in case you don’t like the placement of the minibooks. You may use any adhesive you like, although we’d suggest one of the following: glue sticks, photo splits, tape runners, double-stick tape, and just about anything that is used for scrapbooking. Be cautious when using liquid glues as too much of it may tend to buckle the papers or cause bleed-through and ruin the look of your minibooks.

The names of the minibooks are added at the end of the assembly guide instructions in which they appear. If you have trouble with the folding, please visit our website, www.liveandlearnpress.com and click on FREEBIES. There you will find short video clips of some of the more troublesome minibooks. If the book you need is not there, please contact one of us and reference the type of book so that we can direct you to further instructions or help you in another way. If you have any suggestions for improvements, we’d love to hear about those too. Debbie Jackson [email protected] Sharon Puryear [email protected]

We would like to extend our deepest appreciation to Dr. Jay L. Wile of Apologia Science for his gracious assistance in this endeavor. His line of textbooks have been a daily part of our homeschools since the year of beta-testing for Biology, and it is with great pride that we launch our Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks to accompany this line of textbooks. Our gratitude also to Jeannie Fulbright, author of the elementary level Apologia Science textbooks. We greatly appreciate her willingness to allow us to turn her wonderful materials into Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebooks. We would also like to thank our families who have put up with us working, non-stop at times. We appreciate your patience with us and your tenacity in making sure that we took breaks from time to time, without a science book or laptop in sight. As always, we thank God for giving us Live & Learn. Without Him and His blessings, none of this would have been possible.

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Cut the spine along the solid outer lines and insert it into the pocket on your display binder. If you are using a binder that does not have a pocket, use wide clear packing tape to adhere the decorative spine to the binder.

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This will help you place your minibooks in your notebook. Do a dry layout before gluing the books down, to be sure that things fit properly. Glue minibooks to the fronts and backs of the 3-hole punched cardstock pages. Minibooks are referred to by their number in the Learn ‘N Folder™ Notebook Assembly & Study Guide. #1:1

#1:2

page 1 & page 2

#1:5

#1:6

#1:7

#1:3

#1:8 #1:9

#1:4

#1:11

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page 3 & page 4

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#1:12 #1:13

#1:16 #1:14

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Following is information about where to find the answers to put into the minibooks, as well as specific directions to use to assemble the minibooks. 1:1. Anatomy & Physiology (page 1): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the center dotted line so that the text is to the outside. Fold along the center dotted/solid line so that the cover is to the outside. Open and cut along the short solid line to form two flaps. Refold. Write your answers under the flaps of this minibook. [folded two-flapbook] 1:2. Ancient Egypt (pages 2-3): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the center dotted line so that the text is to the outside. Open and cut along the short solid lines to form five flaps. Refold and glue the top flap down to act as the title. Write your answers under the flaps of this minibook. [modified five-flapbook] 1:3. Try This! (page 3): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the center dotted line so that the text is to the outside. Write your answer inside this minibook. [flapbook] 1:4. Explain why the Hebrews had the benefit of good health and how that shows that God cares about us. (page 3): Cut the rectangle and the I-shaped slider along the solid outer lines. Cut along the solid interior line on the rectangle. Lightly roll the slider and slip the end with the question number through the slit you just cut, from the front to the back. Unroll the slider and slip it behind the rectangle so that only the top section is visible. When you glue this book to the Learn ‘N Folder, glue carefully to allow the slider to move. Write the answer to the question on the blank section of the slider. [hidden slider] 1:5. What is a parasite? (page 4): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the dotted lines so that the text is to the outside. Slip the large flap under the small flap to secure. Write your answer inside this minibook. [matchbook]

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1:6. Ancient Greeks and Science (page 5): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the center dotted line so that the text is to the outside. Fold the “What is a theory?” over along the solid/dotted line so that the question is to the inside. Fold the “Tell about the Greek philosophers…” section over along the solid/ dotted line so that the cover is to the outside. Open and cut along the short solid lines to form three flaps. Refold. Write your answers under the flaps of this minibook. [trifolded three-flapbook] 1:7. What important part of scientific study did the Greek philosophers leave out?  (page 5): Cut along the solid outer lines. With the text facing up, make mountain folds at all three dotted lines. Unfold and refold along the diagonal dotted line. Fold the other sections over along the fold lines so that the front cover is to the outside and the back cover is to the back. Write your answer inside this minibook. [twist-card book] 1:8. Hippocrates and the Four Humors (pages 5-6): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold each point in along the dotted lines so that the text is to the outside. Fold the entire unit in half along the center dotted line so that the cover is to the outside. Write about Hippocrates’ belief about humors on the outside of the minibook. Under each flap, write about the indicated humor, including what the Greeks thought about each. [four-point book, in half, rectangle] 1:9. Hippocrates is known as the Father of Modern Medicine... (page 6): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the center dotted line so that the text is to the outside. Write your answer inside this minibook. [flapbook] 1:10. Try This! (page 6): Cut along the solid outer lines. Stack the strips so that all layers are visible. Staple along the left edge to secure. As you do the activity, write the names of the people on the blank part of the flap that corresponds to the category that you placed them in. The strips, when viewed from left to right, correspond to phlegmatic, sanguine, choleric, and melancholy, and are color-coded to help with identification. After you have categorized everyone that you would like to, color in one box on the appropriate grid to make a bar graph of your results. [stapled book with layers]

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1.11. Aristotle (pages 6-7): Cut along the solid outer lines. Glue the #3 section to the back side of the #1 section, matching the shapes so that the graphic is oriented correctly. Fold along the center dotted line; open and fold along the center dotted/solid line. Open and cut along the short solid line. Fold the #2 section over, keeping the text to the outside. Fold the #1 section over so that “Glue here” and the #1 section are to the outside. Fold the cover section over so that it and “Glue here” are to the outside. Unfold the first section of the minibook and answer the question in the blank space provided. Repeat until all questions have been answered. [circle book] 1.12. Ancient Rome: Galen (pages 7-8): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the dotted lines so that the text is to the outside. Fold the entire unit in half along the center dotted/solid line so that the cover is to the outside. Open and cut along the short solid lines to form four flaps. Refold. Write your answers under the flaps of this minibook. [double gate-fold book] 1.13. European Scientists (pages 8-9): Cut along the solid outer lines. Stack the pages in numerical order, add the cover to the top, and staple along the left edge to secure. Write important information about each European scientist on the page with his picture on it. You have two blank facing pages for your writing but if you need more room, you can cut extra pages out of blank paper to add in to your minibook. [stapled book] 1.14. Try This! (page 10): Cut along the solid outer lines. Fold along the center dotted line so that the text is to the outside. Write about your experiment inside this minibook. [flapbook] 1.15. Cells (pages 10-17): Cut along the solid outer lines. Use a hole-punch to punch a hole in the corner of each page at the indicated spot. Stack the pages in numerical order and connect using a brass paper fastener (brad). Fold the pocket in half along the center dotted line. Use strips of clear tape to secure the sides of the pocket. Store the fan blade book inside the pocket. Write important information about each topic on the labeled pages. You have two blank facing pages for your writing but if you need more room, you can cut extra pages out of blank paper to add in to your minibook. [fan blade book with pocket] 1.16. Cell Creation (pages 17-18): Cut along the solid outer lines, removing any gray rectangles from the corners of the pages. Stack the pages so that all tabs are visible, add the cover to the top, and staple along the left edge to secure. Write important information about each topic on the labeled pages. [stapled book with tabs] © 2010, Live & Learn LLC

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______ Additional Information: ⇒ Add your “History of Anatomy” to your Learn ‘N Folder Notebook. ⇒ Add your “Personal Person Project” to your Learn ‘N Folder Notebook. ⇒ Add photos of your cell model to your Learn ‘N Folder Notebook.

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Ancient  Egyptians 

A&P:  Lesson 1:2 

What is a  mummy? 

How were   mummies made? 

Why were   mummies made? 

How do we know that  the Egyptians knew a lot  about human anatomy? 

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Try This! 

A&P:  Lesson 1:3 

Explain why  the Hebrews  had the   benefit of  good health  and how that  shows that  God cares  about us.  A&P:  Lesson 1:4  A&P:  Lesson 1:4 

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A&P:  Lesson 1:5 

What are   parasites?  A&P:  Lesson 1:6 

Ancient Greeks  & Science  Tell about the  Greek   philosophers   and what they   believed.  © 2010, Live & Learn LLC

What is a   hypothesis? 

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What important part of   scientific study did the Greek  philosophers leave out? 

A&P:  Lesson 1:7 

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Phlegmatic 

Try This! 

A&P:  Lesson 1:9 

Hippocrates is  known as the   Father of Modern  Medicine.  Why?   What is the   Hippocratic Oath? 

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Sanguine 

A&P:  Lesson 1:10  Choleric 

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Glue here 

Aristotle 

A&P:  Lesson 1:11 

1. Who is   Aristotle? 

2.  What is  spontaneous  generation? 

3.  What do we        know about              spontaneous              generation today? 

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2.  How  did  Galen  test his  theories  on     people? 

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1.  Who  was  Galen?  Ancient Rome:  Galen  A&P:  Lesson 1:12 

4.  Why  did  Galen’s  use of  wine  work? 

3.  What  was one  of  Galen’s  secrets? 

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European Scientists 

3.  Robert Hooke 

2. Anton van Leewenhoek 

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1. Andreas Vesalius 

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Try This! 

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Cells! 

A&P:    Lesson 1:15 

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1.  What did early scientists believe  that a cell looked like?  What did they  call its parts? 

3.  Important information about the  Mighty Mitochondria: 

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2.  Important information about the  Cell Membrane: 

4.  Important information about      Lysome Patrols: 

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5.  Important information about    Grocery Golgi: 

7.  Important information about the  Centrioles, Mothers of the City: 

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6.  Important information about the  ER Delivery and Pick Up: 

8.  Important information about      The Nucleus Government: 

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9.  Important information about      Inside the Nucleus‐DNA: 

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10.  Important information about the  Inside the Nucleus‐RNA: 

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Cell Creation 

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Differen tiation 4 Kinds of Tissues

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Nervous tissue Muscular tissue

Connective tissue Epithelial tissue

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Organs

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