“Loved the text but didn’t get to color” – By K A D (Oklahoma City)
I’m new to Microbiolgy and didn’t know where or how to start studying. My textbook was just too huge. I felt a little silly ordering a coloring book but it has become a great way for me to flesh out key concepts and become familiar with the vocabulary.
Each drawing comes with a detailed and easy to read description on the opposing page. Something about reading a paragraph and then coloring in the applicable section makes the information easy to understand.
It’s also a great way to get a little quick studying done. Each picture can be colored and reviewed in about 15 minutes (although I take a little longer just to really absorb the material).Thanks for the great book! I’ve already ordered the Physiology and Anatomy coloring books to use next semester.
The panes of information were an excellent complement to my neuroanatomy instruction. However, anyone in medical school can attest to the fact that time is of the essence. As I look through my book, I notice that I only had time to color in 14 pictures (some weren’t complete).
Many of my classmates fared worse as they purchased “Neuroanatomy Primer: Color to Learn” and used it even less. If you struggle with anatomy, this will definetly help! If you do well with structures and locations, then you probably won’t take the time to utilize this tool.
SCIENCE Coloring and Activity Book (The World’s Most Ridiculously Excellent series)
So, here’s the deal… I am currently working on a Ph.D. in the biomedical sciences and I bought this book for my niece. I’m in love with this book and have decided that instead of merely giving her the book for Christmas, I’ll probably give it to her a little early so she doesn’t get distracted and I can color it with her ASAP.
I especially adore the page about “Help Lucy get her Ph.D.” I told some of my class mates because it is sadly entirely too accurate. I also love the grant writing prompt page. Literally every child needs this book, but be warned.
..they will also need an adult who can explain some of the more difficult concepts to them. It’s a great conversation started for young budding scientists to really get them thinking about the world around them.
One of the bonuses for me personally, is that … full review
TO MOMS, DADS, GRANDPARENTS AND FAMILY OF YOUNG ONES: Are you wanting your child to thrive in science ? The periodic table can be very frightening and almost intimidating enough to shut you down and close your mind from the amazing facts it holds about the world around us.
My son katahdin is barely 5 and has already started learning the basics about the elements so that when the time comes for chemistry it is going to come easily and he will not be in shock, and overwhelmed.
Many kids who had huge potential of maybe discovering a cure to a rare disease, or even saving our environment are lost when the periodic table is introduced at such late age. Honestly the career options in chemistry are practically endless and in abundance.
I know you are thinking “oh no I hate science” or “science is to hard and confusing”. … full review
I am using this book with 9-12 grade special needs students. I like the details and close-ups of the various body systems. I also like that this is a coloring book. They will have fun discovering all of the fascinating systems of the human body.
I have also shared it with a fellow teacher who works with the deaf and hard of hearing. Thanks!
“ANOTHER GREAT COLORING BOOK FROM DOVER!!!!!” – By C. Sourber (Farmersville, TX United States)
While these books may appear as simple children’s activities, they are instead detailed and complete guides to college level work and textbooks, giving a new initiative to learning material. The color, details, and careful explanations included within these books complement work done in the classroom and in the field.
Before paying out large sums for study guides, outside tutoring or online help, try this book. This helped me through tests and assignments to get a better grade.
“Wonderful for the Visual Learner” – By L. Kiesler (Minnesota)
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“I’m jealous this is for my niece and not myself…” – By Melissa
I have found this book to be a valuable resource to not only myself, but my students as well. It works wonders for those of us visual learners that need that little bit extra. The diagrams take you through most of the common animals studied in Zoology classes.
Systems of each animal are the highlight of each coloring plate.
“Beautiful underwater scenes” – By Amazon Customer (Northeast Georgia)
We use Dover coloring books with our science and history homeschool curriculum. My children love the pictures and they are great for any age. This book has pictures and information from Ptolemy to Hawking.
There are pictures of the individual planets as well as the scientists, sattelites, telescopes, space travel…. If you love Dover then you know it is a great book. If you’ve never purchased a Dover this is a great one if you are interested in the history of space exploration.
I never would’ve guessed my friend and neighbor, who drives a bulldozer for a living, would be the type to sit down with a coloring book but his colorings are beautiful and not juvenile at all. And he says, which also never occurred to me, that coloring is very relaxing.
I never saw it that way as a kid but looking back, I guess coloring was actually relaxing. I’m very impressed with his, what I’m gonna call, artwork. He’s somewhat picky about what he wants to color. The more detail in a pic to color, the better.
And he’s been very satisfied with the books I picked out for his birthday. He loves that the art of each of the pics to color is so detailed. He has bragged about my choices and so has anyone else who he’s bragged to that I picked them out.
I’ve never seen such … full review
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“I like the details and close-ups of the various body systems” – By Denise Stehle (Lakewood, Ca United States)