Cooroy Homeschool Anatomy

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This is cool - reminds me of the lab work you did for our kids Catherine Barber

Gympie Bone Museum is OPEN! 10/12/2017

Wahoo!!!! Come along and have a look!

Gympie Bone Museum is OPEN! During the school holidays we'll be running regular workshops and events for all ages.  Here's what's happening in just one week:


Maybe of interest to someone?

⭐Volunteer Opportunity ⭐

Exciting new volunteer roles with the Gympiebonemuseum

Please contact Carley on [email protected] or call 0408 992 822 to register

This is also a Centrelink approved organisation.


Freaky but so cool!

It's not the first glass frog known to science, but it's the latest!
Hyalinobatrachium yaku was recently discovered in Ecuador's Amazonian lowlands. The translucent skin on its chest means you can even see it's tiny heartbeat in action! ❤️🐸

📷: J.M. Guayasamin et al., ZooKeys (2017)

Profile pictures 30/08/2017



How the human heart looks in reality


Cute X-Ray!


Do you still remember? :)

Meet our Australian of the Year 24/08/2017

This would be great!

Meet our Australian of the Year You might have not heard who Professor Alan Mackay-Sim is before, but his work has been revolutionary.


Something fun to do with the kids.

Timeline photos 30/07/2017



"Hi everyone, just updating you all that due to new insurance queries, Anatomy will not kick in until Term 4 now. Some things need ironing out due to our awesome dissections. There is also the possibility that they may not allow us to do the dissections. Would you still be keen on theory and lab classes anyway?" 26/07/2017

If you haven't been to see this - come to Gympie as it's been extended!

Timeline photos 23/07/2017

Something to consider- interested from an anatomy point of view

It's Your CHOICE

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Not Anatomy related but there may be Homeschool students interested!

School-based Traineeships – Cooloola Berries
Cooloola Berries are looking for enthusiastic students with an interest in farm tourism and hospitality to undertake a Certificate III in Hospitality traineeship. Successful students would be required to work one day during the week and one day on the week end, with additional days over the School holidays. Cooloola Berries do everything from growing their berries, to producing ice-cream and other strawberry products. They host farm tours, school groups, week-end tour groups and run a successful café. Cooloola Berries is located on Tagigan Road about half an hour east of Gympie – you would be required to find your own way to and from the Traineeship. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please see Mrs Cameron for more details, call 5489 8364 or email [email protected]

Black, Green or Bloody: What’s Up With My P**p? 17/07/2017

A bit more information from our digestion classes.

Black, Green or Bloody: What’s Up With My P**p? P**p is typically brown, however some may experience black, green, yellow, bloody or even mucus in their stool. This article gets into the colorful details.

Photos from Gympie Bone Museum's post 13/07/2017
Timeline photos 09/07/2017

We were looking st lungs recently- this is a great image to show where they are positioned in the body.

Position of lungs in the thoracic cavity

Photos from Gympie Bone Museum's post 08/07/2017

These beetles are super cool!!


Wow!!! How super amazing would this be??!!! Still should do dissection but this takes learning anatomy to a new level!

Timeline photos 04/07/2017

A visual to help with what we have learnt last term.

Physiology of breathing


WARNING: Incoming grossness, but real-life learning.

Timeline photos 27/06/2017

Art and anatomy! Love it!

Wow, mesmerising art! :)

Timeline photos 23/06/2017


The blood vessels of the human body

Photos from Cooroy Homeschool Anatomy's post 23/06/2017

Awesome end to the cardio, respiratory and digestive system today! It was so interesting to see how connected the different systems are and how complex but amazing the body is!! Hope you all enjoyed it!

Timeline photos 22/06/2017

Dissection Connection are getting ready for the bones and art exhibition in July at the Hub in Gympie. I had a sneak preview yesterday and it's look really interesting! Mark July in your calendar!

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Gross - maybe? Interesting- yup!!! Amazing!!! - yup!!!

Wednesday June 21 at 2pm CT we will be talking dissections on Facebook Live. Yes. They are gross, but can teach so much! I'll give you reasons why you shouldn't skip them and tips for making dissections less ewwww.


Did anyone leave their black jacket in the hall last class? And is anyone's child missing their water bottles? I often collect things and keep them on me until the next class or in a box in the Scout Hall, so please let me know if there's any lost property you're after. I also have Luke's exercise book. See you all at the last class with another fantastic dissection learning. Will set the tables up outside to make for a nicer scenery and fresh air.

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WARNING:  Incoming grossness, but real-life learning.