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    Homeschool Science: Human Biology

    Here's where I keep all my ideas for teaching what the body is and how and why it works (although all my kids really want to learn about is farting).
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    Take a ride through the digestive system.

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    This is THE best video to explain the anatomy and function of the heart.

    How the Heart Works 3D Video.flv

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    some great ideas for studying the human heart here, including a field trip to the Red Cross to donate blood!

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    video on menstruation education in rural Bangladesh

    Managing Menstruation in Rural Bangladesh

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    Menstruation Instructional Video

    Menstruation Instructional Video

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    Molly Grows Up (1953) puberty education video

    Molly Grows Up (1953)

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    Crash Course video, "Reproductive System, part 2 - Male Reproductive System"

    Reproductive System, part 2 - Male Reproductive System: Crash Course A&P 41

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    Crash Course video, "Reproductive System, part 3 - Sex & Fertilization"

    Immune System, part 3: Crash Course A&P #47

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    Image of female reproductive system

    Body System: Reproductive-Female

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    Crash Course: Female Reproductive System--explains female anatomy, and the process of ovulation

    Reproductive System, part 1 - Female Reproductive System: Crash Course A&P #40

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    reproductive system coloring page

    Inside-Out Anatomy: The Reproductive System

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    The Menstrual Cycle 3D Animation - YouTube

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    Using animated graphics, this program clearly and vividly illustrates the biological functions of the different parts of the male and female reproductive systems. It shows how millions of sperm race through the uterus and into the fallopian tube where fertilization occurs, and subsequently how the fertilized egg develops into an embryo. Program also describes the basics of menstruation. Animated graphics vividly detail the different stages or trimesters of embryonic and fetal development.

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    haven't watched yet, but when I found out Disney made an animated film about periods, I had to save it for later

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    clickable gif diagram of female reproductive system

    Talking to Your Child About Menstruation

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    A handful of species on Earth share a seemingly mysterious trait: a menstrual cycle. We’re one of the select few mammals on Earth that menstruate, and we also do it more than any other animal, even though it’s a waste of nutrients, and can be a physical inconvenience. So where’s the sense in this uncommon biological process? TED-Ed describes the history and evolution of menstruation.

    Why do women have periods?

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    old-school menstruation film from Walt Disney

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    Here are the correct answers to give to kids' questions about menstruation.

    Teaching the Truth about Tampons | In the Powder Room

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    Challenge kids to make a working model of an elbow joint.

    Nerdy Science: Biomedical Engineering - Elbows and muscles

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    NPR article on sound, including examples of heartbeats through a stethoscope

    Close Listening: How Sound Reveals The Invisible

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    label the muscles of the body

    Muscles Labeling Full Body

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    Anatomy 4D--print an image from their catalogue, then aim your device at it and explore a 3D version.

    Anatomy 4D on the App Store on iTunes

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    health, science, Top 10 Anatomy Coloring Pages

    Top 10 Anatomy Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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    how to make a pumping model heart

    Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood: Make a Pumping Model Heart

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    Scrub in on virtual surgeries.

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