Lauren, who is in tenth grade, has enjoyed her biology experience. This is a huge relief to me. I admit that I have been more than a little nervous about high school science.

I thought I’d share a few photos of my “little” scientist at work for our loved ones far away. Be warned, one photo is a graphic image of an earthworm dissection. Scroll at your own risk!

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We purchased a microscope for her Apologia Biology course. Lauren has enjoyed using it. I have to say that one reason I love homeschooling is that I get to have all kinds of new experiences. I had never touched a microscope before this, (as I think I’ve mentioned previously) so this has been fun for all of us.

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She got a lab coat to protect her clothing during experiments; she got the mask because she is sensitive to the smell of formaldehyde. The gloves are to protect her skin from the chemicals. Doesn’t she look adorable? (Don’t tell her I said that!)

WARNING: Following photos contain a dissection. . .

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It was a bit disgusting. But we are learning, and that’s what it’s all about.  Thanks for reading. I hope you all have a happy weekend.

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3 thoughts on “My Little Scientist

  1. Carolyn Courtney says:

    That had to be a memorable experience for Lauren and the rest of her observers. She is not only learning a great deal, she is giving her siblings an exciting view of science. I’m sure they are eager for their turn in the lab.
    Love,
    Mother

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  2. Carolyn says:

    Glad she is doing so well!! Biology is a difficult subject. We live on a creek and dissected a water snake. Talk about disgusting! It is fun watching our kids learn, there is nothing better.

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  3. Kathy says:

    She looks adorable. I liked Biology too! She will never forget these memories.

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