Looking for a FUN and engaging way to teach your students about the body systems? Students can travel from station to station - OR- you can print smaller versions and have the students use the cards as independent centers. Their task is to analyze the cards in different ways and write the answers on the sheet provided (see preview). Inspired by the Bodies Exhibit, my exhibition labs always go above and beyond- exploring interesting facts, medical conditions, as well as the traditional classroom knowledge, without getting too off-track. Best of all, they are learning all on their own, this is a student-lead activity, which can give you a break from the spotlight. It's a win-win!
This is a growing bundle, which means that the price will go up as I add more items.
Currently the following body system exhibition labs are included
✽ Circulatory System Exhibition Stations
✽ Digestive System Stations
✽ Muscular System Exhibition Stations
✽ Respiratory System Exhibition Stations
✽ Skeletal System Stations
✽ Nervous System Exhibition Stations
✽ Endocrine Exhibition Stations
✽ Reproductive System Exhibition Stations
The following body systems will be added within the upcoming months:
1. Endocrine System (COMPLETED)
2. Reproductive System (COMPLETED)
3. Integumentary System (scheduled early May 2018)
4. Excretory System (scheduled early June 2018)
5. Lymphatic | Immune System (scheduled by 9/1/2018)
*The entire package will be completed by September 1st, 2018.
There will be a total of ELEVEN body system stations once the package is completed.
This is the lowest price point, as more systems are added the growing bundle will slowly increase in price.
The task cards come with an editable version as well as a student answer sheet. Students use this sheet to record their information as they gather data from the stations. Answer keys included.
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