Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set

Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
Human Anatomy Foldables Set - Includes Blank Set and Filled In Set
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This is a simple yet thorough foldables set for the study of human anatomy at the MS level. There are 10 pages of blank foldables and 8 pages of filled in foldables (the plant and animal cell foldables are not filled in yet). The two preview pages included in the document are not included in the product total.

This set includes both blank foldables labeled with the term so that students can fill them in, as well as a set that has all of the answers already filled in. It includes foldables for the skeletal, muscular, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, immune, excretory, and nervous systems - there is one page of foldable terms for each topic. There is also a foldable for the plant cell and for the animal cell (see fourth preview page).

The term foldables are very useful because unlike notecards (which are expensive and get lost and separated easily), the foldables are organized by topic and will all stay in one place. Students should fill in the definitions, fold over the paper, and cut out the left-hand side tabs so that they can flip them up and down to study the terms (see the first preview page for a photo of the term foldables in use).

To use the plant and animal cell foldables, students should fold the four corners of the page at the dotted lines and should draw an unlabeled cell on the outside. On the inside, they should label the organelles on the image.

These are great, easily portable and easy to use study tools that can double as an informal assessment. They are simple but I think that sometimes, simple is best.
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