These flashcards contain specific images of the major muscles of the human body. The flashcards are engaging and specific so that your students may learn the major muscles of the human body. Included also in this file is a set of the flashcards so they may be cut in two pieces to then be part of a m
Students use the following websites to identify and describe the function of 16 muscles of the human body: Zygote Body and Healthline. Both sites have interactive 3D models where different muscles and layers can be explored. Major muscles of the arms, legs and torso are included.
This PowerPoint follows the CKLA (Core Knowledge Language Arts) program (2nd Edition) by Amplify. 3rd Grade - Unit 3 - Lesson 6, Joints and MusclesIncludes:listed standardsvocabulary definitionsdiscussion questionsspelling words
Basic muscles of the head, face and neck e.g. Buccinator, Corrugator, Digastric, Frontalis, Masseter, Orbicularis oculi, Orbicularis oris, Platysma, Risorius, Sterno-cleido mastoid, Zygomaticus.
Please the correct muscle name on the diagram of the head, face and neck. Complete with answers
I created this 6 pages HUMAN BODY mini-book to work with my second graders 4 years ago and still use it today. It is perfect as a review activity, to ensure comprehension and help them relate all the content with their own loves. This mini-book covers the following topics: the heart, lungs, stomach
Investigate muscle fatigue with this simple muscle fatigue lab activity. Students can graph their results or focus on the qualitative aspects of the activity. Likely you already have the required simple equipment needed for this memorable lab.Questions Answered:What happens when muscles contract ove
The purpose of this two-page activity is to offer human anatomy and physiology students practice identifying and sorting the multitude of conditions that affect the muscular system. Students will answer questions and complete tables using the following listing of muscular system disorders: atrophy b
This lesson is designed to help students memorize basic skeletal muscles in their body.Muscles covered: Masseter, Deltoids, Pecs, Biceps, Triceps, Abdominals (Abs), Obliques, Traps, Lats, Glutes, Quads, Hamstrings, Shins, and Calves.I designed this for use at my K-3 P.E. Program. They did great with
One of the challenges of studying anatomy is the abundance and difficulty of the terminology. When studying muscles it is very helpful for students to understand that these names are derived from a variety of naming schemes to help identify the muscles, each of which describes the muscle in some wa
From dissections to muscle fatigue to reflexes, this captivating collection will introduce you to the fascinating world of bones, muscles, and nerves. If you’ve always wondered why your vision rarely blurs, how we keep our balance, or how your bones compare to those of a bird, this book will help so
Teachers looking to integrate technology skills and content areas with love this introduction to PowerPoint skills for students with the topic of The Human Body- Muscles. It will ask them to:
Copy and Paste clip art
Edit text boxes
Practice typing skills
Edit their final product
Answer assessment ty
From "Science Works for Kids: Learning About My Body": This science unit provides information & activities about the body's internal skeleton and muscles. The unit includes directions, using the body puzzle to put a skeleton together, and other activities on bones & muscles. (Find additio
Have you ever wished the tests given to your students were just a bit cuter?
Print the tests double sided, stapled together, OR project page (2) with your projector/document cameral!
Lots of possibilities!!
This resource comes in a set bundle, but each set has it's very own folder! Use one or bo
Human Body Systems Lessons include Informational Text and response pages that are differentiated on three levels. Engaging activities accompany each topic to review and enrich curriculum. Activities such as Muscle Activity Stations, A Robotic Hand Model, A Chicken Wing Dissection, and MUSCLE acros
These flashcards are are for Lesson 1 and are designed to be a digital supplement for Apologia's Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology. These can be used in the classroom by hooking up to a TV, for distance learning, or printed out. Occasionally, the flashcards will include worksheets
I teach an Anatomy & Physiology elective course, as well as IB Biology in which we study human physiology as our option unit. Our district doesn't have a subscription to Kami which would allow students to annotate pdfs. So, I create interactive Google Slides where students can drag little text b
How do we keep our balance? Standing without falling requires that three sensory systems work together (sight, inner ear, and proprioception). If sight isn't available, standing upright becomes more difficult. In this activity students practice standing on one leg with eyes opened and then closed. Q
This worksheet goes along with the presentation that teaches students about the different types of muscles, including a very funny video, and a handful of muscle activities. The activities are great for the kiddos to practice what they just learned and have fun working together!
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The muscular system is traditionally taught with students looking at a diagram of the human body labeled with the names of muscles, and students are asked to memorize them. Proof that this is not the best method is to ask a few adults to name some muscles of the body, and many of them will not reall
I created this powerpoint to use with my college-prep Human Anatomy students as a way to test them on the locations of various muscles in the human body. The powerpoint consists of twenty-five muscles. Each slide contains two or three pictures of the muscle and students must identify which muscle i