Do your students need help and more practice with anatomical position terms like proximal, distal, dorsal, ventral, anterior, posterior, superior, inferior, deep, superficial, central, peripheral, medial, and lateral? If they do, then perhaps this is the resource for you for years to come!
In the first activity, students match the anatomical terms to the provided description in a large table. The layout of the table visibly organizes the opposite pairs together for review as a study guide. In activity two, students circle the best anatomical position term of two underlined choices that best describes the anatomical relationship in the twenty-one statements. In the third activity, students write in the opposite anatomical position term to the one provided in the table without notes. Then students complete the sentence by writing in the best/correct anatomical position term on the blank line for twelve statements.
In summary, this bundle includes three pages of student handouts with complimentary answer keys.