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Satori just can’t get enough of learning about the human body. She watches videos that are probably meant for children much older than her, and every night makes me read from detailed books. When she wants to learn about something, she typically ends up learning more than David and myself.

She just loves to draw and write about it. These are just samples. I’ve spared you all her illustrations of the human body sitting on a toilet with urine (uren) coming out.

You know you drink water but where it goes is first the kidneys. They get the waste that you don’t need and then it goes to your urethras, then your bladder. All of this is behind your intestines. And your kidneys have little tubes that gets the waste out. And also kidneys are the size of a bean. And the bladder looks like a white bag.

I got her some journals and she’s already filled out a dozen pages about different systems of the human body.

I do not ask her to do any of this!

I am now looking into notebooking as a homeschool tool for her.

Speaking of the human body, I’ll share a few other resources we’ve used in our little unit study foray.

After a very healthy spring with Mom constantly talking about eating right and exercising, Satori decided she wanted to learn about the human body and become a doctor. So for a month we learned about human anatomy by reading this First Encyclopedia of the Human Body, a very gentle introduction for a young one.

Off Netflix (not Instant) we watched National Geographic’s Inside the Living Body. Satori couldn’t get enough of it, she watched it four times before I sent it back. She said she wanted to watch it  until she had it all memorized. Last time she did this was when we studied prehistory and she watched Walking With Monsters a dozen times.

As a finale, we saw Body Worlds at the Denver Nature & Science Museum. Of course photography wasn’t allowed inside the exhibit so I don’t have photos of this field trip.

This was simply an introduction to the human body, but Satori really was interested and retained so much. She’ll bring up things she’s learned in everyday conversation everyday now. I can’t wait to go into more detail and study anatomy again.