musculatory system made with crepe paper glued on top of laminating film.  Student can then identify  the parts from anchor chart and write stickle labels and place on overlay that is on top of each of the human body systems.  White paper is outline of student.

musculatory system made with crepe paper glued on top of laminating film. Student can then identify the parts from anchor chart and write stickle labels and place on overlay that is on top of each of the human body systems. White paper is outline of student.

Anatomy of muscular system � hand, forearm, palm muscle - tendons, ligaments � educational biological board

Anatomy of muscular system � hand, forearm, palm muscle - tendons, ligaments � educational biological board

Sensory system glued pink yarn on laminating film to make sensory system.  Have student glue and  place body parts in correct location  for each of the five sense.  ie. hand, mouth, eye, brain, nose, ears.  This overlays on outline of student body and can be flipped to see each body system.  Student labels body part.

Sensory system glued pink yarn on laminating film to make sensory system. Have student glue and place body parts in correct location for each of the five sense. ie. hand, mouth, eye, brain, nose, ears. This overlays on outline of student body and can be flipped to see each body system. Student labels body part.

Life-Size Toddler Skeleton Puzzle (Photo from Spell Outloud)

Montessori Monday - Montessori-Inspired Skeleton Unit

This foldable is a great idea for students to understand how the human body functions and where organs are located. This activity can be completed in groups and can be placed around the classroom for students to recall on information. What makes this activity interesting is that students can lift up a cut-out of an organ and read the characteristics and the role it plays in our body. KR

This foldable is a great idea for students to understand how the human body functions and where organs are located. This activity can be completed in groups and can be placed around the classroom for students to recall on information. What makes this activity interesting is that students can lift up a cut-out of an organ and read the characteristics and the role it plays in our body. KR

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