Circulatory System: Digital Interactive Activity

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Science in the City
Grade Levels
8th - 10th
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FULL COLOR, ENGAGING DIGITAL ACTIVITY. Includes informational resources, a graphic organizer with instructions, and a diagram of the heart with color-coding, and movable text labels. In this READY TO USE digital activity, students will create a circulatory system interactive slide file that will illustrate and explain parts of the circulatory system. Students will learn the parts and functions of the circulatory system, major parts of the heart, and blood flow through the heart.

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Students will love showing their knowledge on a digital interactive file. It gives a way for them to create a product, and be more creative in note taking or reviewing.

Why use digital?

- Save time - no printing and cutting

- Colorful and engaging to students

- Lots of options: Can be used instantly on the board, or on devices

- Use technology

- Access Anywhere

Teacher instructions are given for use in either Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive.

This could easily be done as a unit intro, as a final assessment, using a textbook or using internet resources, or even as a project to complete at home or with a sub if internet access is available.

A very popular lesson with students, because they get a chance to use color, and express their individuality and their knowledge. The directions are simple and straightforward, yet it is an in-depth project.

Google Drive is great, but it is not the only educational tool. Included are directions so that you can move your Google Drive teaching lessons over to the top education apps: Microsoft OneDrive, Schoology, Notability, Nearpod, Canvas, Edmodo, Blackboard, PicCollage, Padlet, Evernote, Seesaw.

My students really liked this project, and did excellent work!

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This resource is compatible with Google Drive, it is in no way affiliated with or representative of the Google company, nor is it formally endorsed by Google.


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Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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