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- 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$79.99$98.89Save $18.90
Check out this set of human body systems exhibition stations- your students will love these stations on the immune system- exhibition lab style! Students travel from station to station analyzing the cards and writing answers on the sheet provided (see preview). My exhibition labs always go above and beyond- exploring interesting facts, medical conditions, as well as the traditional classroom knowledge.
There are 24 stations (27 sheets total as some stations require more than one piece of paper) and these are completely editable (via PowerPoint). Student answer sheet and answer key are provided!
Immune and Lymphatic System Exhibition Stations, Student Answer Sheet (PDF and editable PPT)
Answer key included
✰ Functions of the immune system system
✰ Parts of the Immune System
✰ Skin as defense
✰ Inflammatory response; histamine, fevers
✰ Types of white blood cells: mononuclear vs. granular
✰ Phagocytes (Neutrophils; macrophages) and Lymphocytes (T cells; B cells)
✰ Innate vs. Adaptive Immune Systems
✰ Antigens and Antibodies
✰ MHC and antigen presenting cells
✰ Lymphatic system *honorable mention* 3 stations included
✰ Vaccinations and Edward Jenner
✰ Allergies, allergens
✰ Autoimmune diseases
✰ Model Station
* This exhibition lab includes directions for one simulation on disease spreading. You can do the simulation during the stations, or as a bonus activity for another day.
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