Integumentary Human Body System FREE

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Grade Levels
4th - 6th, Homeschool
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Teach students about the human body integumentary system using this free print and digital lesson. Students will learn about the parts and functions of the integumentary system. This FREE science text will teach students about the hair, nails, skin, and oil and sweat glands. In addition, students will learn how each part helps the human body. Comprehension questions and graphic organizers are also included.

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Students will learn about:

  • Parts: skin, hair, nails, oil, and sweat glands
  • Layers of the skin; epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous fat
  • Five functions of the integumentary system
    • Protect the body from outside factors,
    • Regulate body temperature,
    • Eliminate wastes,
    • Gather information about the environment,
    • produce vitamin D.

This print and digital human body lesson include:

  • Printable worksheets
  • Digital Google Slide activity
  • Graphic organizers
  • Answer key

Use this human body lesson as sub plans, a whole class science activity to incorporate reading skills such as underlining the main idea or circling key details. You could also have students work in small cooperative groups or assign them as homework.

Other lessons and activities to support a unit on the human body systems:

Human Body Doodle Sketch Note Activity Bundle

Human Body Digital Web Internet Search Research Activity

Human Body System Nonfiction Articles and Activities BUNDLE

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