I’ve posted the printable PDF copy of Guest Hollow’s Biology textbook!
Guest Hollow’s Biology textbook was designed to be used / read online and is formatted for online use. I recommend using the online textbook, but realize that some families would like a paper copy of the book. That’s why I adapted the online pages into a PDF – because I love my customers and listen to your requests!
This adapted PDF version doesn’t provide the best viewing / formatting experience. It also contains some minor formatting errors. But, hey, it’s free! 😉
You can take the PDF file (all 596 pages!) to your local print shop and have it printed and comb bound or hole punched, to place in a binder.
Visit this page to access the PDF textbook link:
Due to popular demand, a PRINTABLE copy of my biology textbook will be made available in the next few weeks. I am currently converting the online textbook to a printable PDF that you can take to a local copy shop to have printed out double sided and bound. The PDF copy will be free. You will just have to pay for your local print costs.
New high school biology workbook pages have been uploaded for Otter’s Christian High School Biology curriculum. Click here to access them. More will be uploaded throughout the week as I finish working on them. Happy downloading!
I’ve finally finished posting the homeschool biology curriculum I put together for my son! I’m still working on a few things like:
- Making more workbook pages for the later chapters
- Creating some lab printables
- Continuing to edit the textbook
- Working on Greek & Latin root vocabulary
Even though I will be tweaking the program over the 2013-2014 school year while we use it as well as creating additional components, it’s completely usable “as is”.
I hope it helps some of you out there! Feel free to snag the graphic from this post if you want to spread the word.