Science: The Human Body


Science: The Human Body

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Human Body Science for Kids. How to make a model of blood with ingredients from the kitchen. #handsonscience

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make a play dough neuron

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learn about muscles through exercise

  • Chase Burch
    Chase Burch

    I would like to use this activity to first teach about the muscle and make sure students are familiar with where it is located. Then, we could do a stretch or activity that uses the muscle.

DIY Stethoscope Tutorial~Fun for preschool science and pretend play

skeleton bones - simple human anatomy activity for kids

  • Myth Busting Mommy
    Myth Busting Mommy

    I find this pin humerus. Get it? Humerus! (Sorry, it's a bad joke from my days as an anatomy/physiology instructor. I love the idea of teaching the bones this way though!)

  • Holly Homer
    Holly Homer

    Ha! I love it!

learning first aid for broken bones, great hands on science lesson for elementary

make a model of the bone with play dough

50+ more anatomy ides to teach your kids about the body

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Human Heart for Kids: Simple lesson on How the Heart Works

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  • Rawan Ahmad
    Rawan Ahmad

    nice

  • Steve Goodelle
    Steve Goodelle

    Really cool making the bib instead of the whole body.

Pasta skeletons

skeleton activity for bone structure!