"Are you serious? You want me to color a coloring book for science class? I'm in high school, Mom."
"I know sweetie, but this coloring book will be such a blessing!"
Aren't teens to old to color?
The Human Anatomy Coloring Book by Margaret Mott is an amazing asset to any course on human anatomy, whether its health or human physiology.
There is nothing that makes memorization of body parts easier than to color them.
Some parents or teachers may be uncomfortable with the reproduction system pictures, but these pages can simply be torn out if you don't want your teen to color them. I have used this coloring book with each of my children when they took human anatomy in high school. It has been a great addition to our studies and I highly recommend this coloring books. Your teens are not too old to color.
The first step to understanding physiology is to understand and memorize the anatomy. This coloring book will help! So, tell your teen that it's time to color again, but this time with colored pencils.
Merey (Meredith Ludwig Curtis)