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  • Anna Deripaska

    Pink and Green Mama: * Life-Sized Body Map Kid's Art Project. Could use for all grades. But I think 5th and 6th would have the most fun!

  • Kayla Cadena

    Life-Sized Body Maps Mixed Media Craftivity - Anatomy for Kids Lesson from Pink and Green Mama Blog. Standard: SC.5.L.14.1: Identify the organs in the human body and describe their functions, including the skin, brain, heart, lungs, stomach, liver, intestines, pancreas, muscles and skeleton, reproductive organs, kidneys, bladder, and sensory organs.

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This link shows how to make a life-sized human body map. Students trace their own body then make and place their bones and organs within the tracing where they would be inside their actual body. Label, color code, and use texture. This is a great way to teach and asses students' understanding of the human body.

Pink and Green Mama: * Life-Sized Body Map Kid's Art Project

Life-Sized Body Maps Mixed Media Craftivity - Anatomy for Kids Lesson from Pink and Green Mama Blog

Human Body Posters (could work in groups or individually) could divide groups into different areas, ie skeletal system, nervous system, digestive system etc.

  • Kristin Oase

    Katelyn Lawrence This seems like something fab you would do with Audrey =)

  • Candice Taylor

    I made a mini-health unit of this supplementing with information I got from an amazing kid-book entitled: The Amazing Human Machine. My kids have loved it!

  • Homeschooling Through the Ages

    My kids loved this it was so fun!

Human Body: Learning About Blood blood-model = Jar of water dyed yellow: plasma Cheerios: red blood cells. I squirted red food coloring on them while dry and put in a small ziplock bag. Then when they were added to the plasma, they turned the water red (which is why blood looks red—because of the red blood cells) Marshmallows: white blood cells Purple pom poms: platelets

human body ingredients Nothing but what makes up the world

My Body Map - a great way to start teaching kids about their body. You could be as detailed as their age will handle

The Human Body app for kids... It is beautifully designed - graphics are crisp and pretty, the app is easy to navigate for a 3 year old and it's fun!! Highly recommend!

Great video and experiments to show digestive system (need to get a copy of the wkbk to make graphic organizer shown)

Grade 6-8 Life Science Anatomy Human Body Organ Systems Foldable 1. Skeletal System (Bones) 2. Integumentary System (Hair & Skin) 3. Muscular System 4. Circulatory System 5. Respiratory System 6. Digestive System 7. Excretory System 8. Immune System 9. Reproductive System 10. Nervous System 11. Endocrine System Template & Directions here: www.teacherspayte... (FREE!)