6 Human Body Systems Webquests Digestive Nervous Immune Circulatory Respiratory

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    SAVE 33% OFF LIST PRICES! ALL 6 WEBQUESTS INCLUDE GOOGLE DOCS AND PDF VERSIONS. Use these webquests to cover the basics of six major human body systems. Each worksheet provides a structured format for students to get the most from the articles, videos, and quizzes provided by www.KidsHealth.org and other interesting websites. (You may also be interested in our Human Body Systems Text & Worksheet Bundle.)

    1. Circulatory System WebQuest:

    • Part A – Review the main purpose of the heart and its physical structure.
    • Part B – Watch a brief video to understand how the heart and lungs work together to bring oxygen to cells and carbon dioxide away from cells.
    • Part C – Record your pulse at rest and after a brief exercise.
    • Part D – Take the circulatory system quiz.
    • Part E – Apply your new knowledge.

    2. Immune System WebQuest:

    • Part A – Fill in a table about germs.
    • Part B – Fill in a table about parts of the lymphatic system.
    • Part C – Answer questions about an animated video on the immune system.
    • Part D – Record your answers to the immune system quiz.
    • Part E – Apply your new knowledge.

    3. Respiratory System WebQuest:

    • Part A – Watch a video to take a journey through the parts of the respiratory system.
    • Part B – Learn more about the inner workings of the lungs, ribs, and diaphragm and the movement of gases.
    • Part C – Label the parts of the respiratory system.
    • Parts D & E – Learn about asthma and whooping cough.
    • Part F – Activate the diaphragm and learn deep belly breathing.
    • Part G – Learn why we prefer to breathe through our noses through a reading and an activity.
    • Part H & I – Find out... do fish have lungs? Do whales and dolphins have gills?

    4. Digestive System WebQuest:

    • Part A – Match the digestive system organ to its function.
    • Part B – Watch the brief animated movie to learn about digestion and absorption.
    • Part C – Study the organs that secrete digestive enzymes.
    • Part D – Take the digestive system “quiz”.
    • Part E – Match common stomach problems to their description.
    • Part F – Learn about the link between gut flora and your health.
    • Part G – Apply your knowledge.
    • Part H – Cut and paste to physically construct the digestive system onto a diagram. (optional)

    5. Excretory System WebQuest:

    • Part A – Learn about how the human body uses water.
    • Part B – Answer questions about the animated video on the immune system.
    • Part C – Draw and label the organs of the urinary system.
    • Part D – Learn more about the function of the kidneys.
    • Part E – Record your answers to the urinary system quiz.
    • Part F – Learn about dehydration.
    • Part G – Learn about why you sweat.
    • Part F – Apply your knowledge.

    6. Nervous System WebQuest:

    • Part A – Watch a short video about the central and peripheral nervous systems.
    • Part B – Read about the parts of the brain and their functions.
    • Part C – Label the parts of the brain.
    • Part D – Take the brain “quiz”.
    • Part E – Learn about neurons.
    • Part F – Label a neuron's parts.
    • Part G – Focus on the peripheral nervous system.
    • Part H – Students experiment with the involuntary muscle movement of their own eyes.
    • Part I – Learn more about different reflexes.
    • Part J – Students experience the Stroop effect in action.
    • Part K (Optional) - With a partner, students test their reflex times.

    Teacher Notes:

    • These resources are not editable.
    • Links to Google Docs versions are provided in the individual downloadable PDFs.
    • Includes answer key.
    • You may also be interested in our Human Body Systems Test.

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 9–10 texts and topics.
    Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of science and technical texts, attending to the precise details of explanations or descriptions.
    Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 6–8 texts and topics.
    Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of science and technical texts.

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