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This Human Body BUNDLE combines two of my popular human body resources: the Human Body Systems Lapbook and the bestselling Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap, Human Body Model!Please click HERE and HERE for previews, photos, and details on the two resources included, and to read their ★ 1,800+ 4-star reviews
Paper Models can be a great tool for reviewing structure and organization. Here are some ways to use your paper model of the digestive system: 1. Print a set on card stock. Have students work in groups to assemble the model as a review activity. No gluing or taping required - students can assemble
Grades:
1st - 10th
Students will love learning about the Human Body with this BUNDLED resource! This Bundle has it all for these SIX Human Body Systems: ⭐Circulatory System⭐Digestive System⭐Muscular System⭐Nervous System⭐Respiratory System⭐Skeletal SystemFor each body system, there are several informational articles,
This big digestive system foldable will get your students excited about learning anatomy! Students will be able to record all the descriptions of the structures in one large graphic organizer (made up of 3 taped letter-sized pages). This large format provides: 1) enough room to record descriptions
Looking for a FUN and engaging way to teach your students about the digestive system? Your students will love the " Digestive System Exhibition Lab"- exhibition style! Students travel from station to station analyzing the cards and writing answers on the sheet provided (see preview). Inspired by the
Grades:
7th - 11th
This is a science fold and learn activity that can be used in different grades. Your students will be able to learn about The digestive system with this foldable. This unit includes 3 different options of difficulty. I have also included the Spanish version for Dual language classrooms: Els sistema
Grades:
K - 4th
This science graphic organizer includes identifying and defining the parts of the digestive system including the teeth, mouth, esophagus, stomach, liver, gall blader, pancreas, small intestine, large intestine, and rectum.With what standard does this resource align?This resource will aid students in
This 32-page Life-sized Anatomy lesson includes a 4’ skeleton and major organs that can be colored in and assembled as a class or in groups. Children will learn the names of major bones and organs as well as their functions. They will also learn how everything fits together and how organs work toget
Keep students engaged with the multiple intelligences. Choose from a wide variety of activities to scaffold your students with these 88 PAGES TO MAKE THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM STICK!! ♥♥♥ {Barely containing my excitement here} This {originally mini-unit} has been revised {2016} to a FULL UNIT as part of
This digestive system mini-bundle will take you through the organs of the digestive system, their structure and function, demonstrate the length of the digestive tract and provide students with a fun way to be creative as they trace the path of food through the digestive system. Now let that digest
Grades:
5th - 10th
In this activity, students will answer 12 questions regarding the digestive system. Once finished, they will use the answers to color the corresponding parts of a fun stomach coloring page. And best of all, the questions are editable! You can change the wording or create different questions to match
Human body systems are fascinating, and learning about the Digestive System has never been easier! Get your students engaged with informational text by teaching a week long unit on the Digestive System that integrates technology, vocabulary, writing, art, reading strategies and more! Students will r
Where does your food go when you swallow it? What does it think about the journey? Get creative in this digestion story made by students as they trace the path of food through the digestive tract. WHAT'S INCLUDED in this 2-3 DAY PROJECT:• 7 NON-EDITABLE PDF pages • Examples• DIGITAL GOOGLE CLASSROOM
Digestive System Note takerThis booklet is meant to be used with your science program on the digestive system. Students canuse information from their science resources, websites, and videos to complete the note taker. The pages act as graphic organizers. Teachers can also use it as a way to help stu
Grades:
4th - 5th

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The Digestive System Station Lab takes students through eight student-led science stations, each with a different learning style. Students begin with four input activities where they read articles, explore hands-on demos, research online, and watch videos all about digestive system. They then comple
Short on time to teach about digestive system or looking for an introductory or review activity, this webquest will cover all the basics.GOOGLE DOC VERSION TOO - STUDENTS TYPE INTO DOCUMENT SO NO PRINTING NEEDEDThe worksheet provides a structured format for students to get the most from the articles
NO PREP, differentiated and interactive Google Doc™ for PRINTING for the Bill Nye - The Science Guy * - Digestion episode. Keeps students on task while watching the video. Two differentiated student worksheets / video guides, four differentiated quizzes , and answer key for Bill Nye - The Science
Finding kid-friendly resources to teach about the digestive system can be difficult. This complete 10 day unit has everything you need to teach about the digestive system. Lessons cover parts of the digestive system, functions of the digestive system, digestion, organs, waste, and digestive health.
Updated with Google Drive/Google Classroom compatibility. You receive BOTH print and digital paperless resources. Perfect for in-class instruction, distance learning, or flipped classrooms.Digestive System PowerPoint and Notes for Human Anatomy & Physiology or Advanced Biology.FEATURES:Relevant
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education
Looking for a digestive system unit that’s thorough, streamlined, and ready to use? This comprehensive unit has everything you need to teach your high school students about the anatomy and physiology of digestion! All student pages come in both PRINT and DIGITAL versions for efficient use in class o
Teach your students about the human body and digestive system using these printable and digital distance learning activities. This digestive unit allows you to teach about the human body in your classroom or during remote learning using the worksheets or Google Slides and Nearpod activities. In addi
High school students love learning about diseases through anatomy case studies! This is a great addition to an Anatomy & Physiology, Health Sciences, or Medical Pathology course and the problem-based lessons provide a great example of real NGSS phenomena. Meckel's Diverticulum is the most comm
This product is a series of Worksheets about the Digestive System:1. A “Color and label” worksheet;2. A “One-to-one correspondence” worksheet;3. A “Complete with the words” worksheet;4. A “Fill in the blanks” worksheet;5. A “True or False” worksheet;6. A Digestive system quiz;7. A Digestive system p
Grades:
4th - 8th
This digestive system product includes 4 separate papers: digestion facts, the digestive system to color, digestive system worksheet, and digestive system quiz. A key is included. This product is a perfect way to introduce digestion. The first page gives digestion information and a diagram to color.
Grades:
5th - 10th

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