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This digital Google Drive distance learning lesson will introduce the skeletal and muscular human body systems to your grade 4, 5, and 6 remote learning students. This activity will motivate and engage your digital learners to learn about the function, parts, and how each body system works. Easily u
Introduction to the Human Body: NO PREP Biology or Life Science Warm-Ups, Bell-Ringers, Exit Slips, or Additions to Interactive Notebooks for your units on human anatomy and physiology. Covers the Organization of the human body, overview of the systems of the human body, human body tissues, caviti
Human Body Systems: These human body systems cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the different body systems in the human body. Human Body Systems Included: ♦ Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Digestive, Endocrine, Lymphatic These
I use this packet to teach the second grade science standard about the human body. We read each comprehension worksheet together and discuss it. I give my students a science grade on each set of questions. This packet includes:* one reading comprehension worksheet about the brain (3-pages)* (1 pa
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Human Body Unit This packet will help your kindergarten and first grade students learn, understand, and practice using the science terms used when talking about the human body. It also will provide you with resources to make your unit come to life. By integrating science and nonfiction into your la
Human Body – Part 1Introducing another chapter in the Life Science Interactive Notebook Series: Human Body – Part 1. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students to process the information given by teachers. The engaging activities vary to enable all students to use a
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Diagrams and worksheets for student labeling of Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Respiratory, Digestive, Endocrine, Cardiovascular, Lymphatic, Nervous, Urinary and Reproductive systems. This extensive set of 13 diagrams is perfect for human body quizzes, posters, or interactive notes!Please note:
Human Body Circulatory System: NO PREP Biology or Life Science Warm-Ups, Bell-Ringers, Exit Slips, or Additions to Interactive Notebooks for your units on human anatomy and physiology. Covers the human heart, circulation, blood vessels, blood cells, blood types, and more! See detailed list of top
The Human Body Unit includes a PowerPoint, activities, and quizzes for each of the human body systems. (Includes 22 files below) *Please note our PowerPoints are password-protected from editing and are only compatible with PCs. Mac users will not be able to view our PowerPoints. When opening one
This colorful and fun puzzle covers 32 important human body systems vocabulary words. Puzzlers must look in all directions to uncover them and they will be reviewing spelling and familiarizing themselves with important terms as they go. It makes a great handout for early finishers or keep it in a
Teach students about the human body with this 229 piece human systems clip art bundle. It includes individual pieces which can be arranged to create your own body systems, in order to teach students the placement of different parts of each system. It also includes diagrams of each of the main parts
Need some hands on practice for teaching the human body and organs for K-2 kids? This packet has anchor charts, cut and paste activities, closed reading passages and a journal!Want a free sample of this product? TRY IT FOR FREE HERE!INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:• Anchor charts for each body part cove
Have the best of both worlds: print and digital! This resource is a bundle of the print and digital versions of my human body systems flip book. Both print and digital options cover seven body systems and are differentiated to meet all of your students' needs!Please watch the VIDEO PREVIEWS or down
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Note: This entire unit can be utilized for meaningful and user friendly distance learning. PowerPoint slideshows and work bundles can be divided into small manageable daily lessons and uploaded to google classroom. Students follow the detailed and fun slideshow, visit video and academic links, explo
Flex your muscle knowledge with this mini-bundle all about muscles, types of muscle tissues and a mini-lab on voluntary and involuntary muscle action. WHAT'S INCLUDED in this 2-3 DAY MINI-BUNDLE:• 10 slide fully-editable PowerPoint presentation with title slides, objectives, bell work and guided no
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5th - 10th
This is a 600 slide truly interactive PowerPoint presentation full of built-in activities, red slide class notes, video and academic links, review opportunities, built-in visual quizzes, follow along worksheets, homework bundle, answer keys, class notes, and much more. This is a great start to my Hu
This set is perfect for your first, second grade, and third grade students. These digital slides are a great way to cover the functions of the major body parts. Included in this set is the heart, brain, lungs, stomach, bones, and muscles. ⚠️Save $$$$$$ and purchase this as part of my SCIENCE BOOM
Learn the human body in an easy, fun way! Perfect for introducing the main organs of the body including; intestines, brain, skeleton, heart, stomach, lungs and muscles.This product includes:7 Organ Posters- intestines, brain, skeleton, heart, stomach, lungs, musclesFoldables for each organ plus tas
Human Body Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems: NO PREP Biology or Life Science Warm-Ups, Bell-Ringers, Exit Slips, or Additions to Interactive Notebooks for your units on human anatomy and physiology. Covers the human skeleton, bones, joints, types of muscle tissue, the structure of mus
This human body unit is perfect for teaching elementary students about the body and organs! It provides detailed information in a simple to read and easy to understand format. This unit focuses on the following organs: the stomach, the lungs, the brain, the heart, bones and muscles. -The followi
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These diagrams are perfect for your high school Anatomy and Physiology students! They include fill in the blank anatomy diagrams, completed diagrams and numbered quizzes. These worksheets are great practice for students as homework, bell-ringers, or assessments.Labeling diagrams and scientific ill
Review the human body muscular system using these doodle note graphic organizer worksheets. This sketch note activity will have students review important concepts related to muscles. They will review what muscles are, different types of muscles such as smooth, skeletal, and cardiac muscle, their fun
This product includes 25 interactive notebook pages that align with Florida's 5th grade science standards. The standards addressed are:SC.5.L.14.1 Identify the organs in the human body and describe their functions, including the skin, brain, heart, lungs, stomach, liver, intestines, pancreas, muscle
Never scramble for another science activity! These bones and muscles worksheets are perfect for distance learning. These are for teachers who want no prep activities! These passages help students learn about bones, muscles, and skin with ease. →Save money when you purchase the Science Reading Passag

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