Learning science terms can be a challenging part of teaching science!
Use a fun and familiar game to review the structures included in a study of human anatomy.
This game includes: aorta, artery, atrium, blood, bones, brain, bronchi, capillary, cell, dermis, ear, esophagus, eye, heart, intestines, kidney, ligament, liver, lungs, mouth, muscles, nerves, skeleton, skin, spinal cord, stomach, tendon, teeth, veins, and ventricle.
Choose from four options: a numbered set of cards with the terms in alphabetical order, a numbered set of cards with terms mixed up, a set of cards not numbered, and a set of blank cards for a capable student to use to create a new game.
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