Make and label a model of the skin.
Immune system game
Science of decomposition--check out the body farm!
interactive and educational game to learn about cells
interactive cell map
Take a ride through the digestive system.
This is THE best video to explain the anatomy and function of the heart.
some great ideas for studying the human heart here, including a field trip to the Red Cross to donate blood!
video on menstruation education in rural Bangladesh
Molly Grows Up (1953) puberty education video
Crash Course video, "Reproductive System, part 2 - Male Reproductive System"
Crash Course video, "Reproductive System, part 3 - Sex & Fertilization"
Image of female reproductive system
Crash Course: Female Reproductive System--explains female anatomy, and the process of ovulation
reproductive system coloring page
The Menstrual Cycle 3D Animation - YouTube
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.
haven't watched yet, but when I found out Disney made an animated film about periods, I had to save it for later
clickable gif diagram of female reproductive system
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.
old-school menstruation film from Walt Disney
Here are the correct answers to give to kids' questions about menstruation.
Challenge kids to make a working model of an elbow joint.