Check out this set of human body systems exhibition stations- your students will love the "Integumentary System Exhibition Lab"- 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.
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There are 22 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!
Integumentary System Exhibition Lab (PDF and editable PPT)
Integumentary System Exhibition Lab Answer Sheet (PDF and editable PPT)
Answer key included
✰ Functions of the skin
✰ Components of the skin
✰ The layers: epidermis, dermis and hypodermis and their physical characteristics as well as function.
✰The skin as a sensory organ
-Touch Receptors (tactile localization and receptor adaptation)
✰ Hair and Nails
✰ Glands of the skin
✰ How the skin relates to other body systems
✰ Skin cancer and other disorders
✰ Interesting Facts
* This exhibition lab contains 2 mini lab exercises relating to touch receptors in the skin as well as a few exploratory stations. A materials list is provided and as with all my exhibition stations, the materials are easy to obtain!*
You may also need the following body systems:
✽ Circulatory System Exhibition Stations
✽ Digestive System Stations
✽ Muscular System Exhibition Stations
✽ Respiratory System Exhibition Stations
✽ Skeletal System Stations
✽ Nervous System Exhibition Stations
Endocrine System Exhibition Stations"
*Reproductive System Exhibition Stations
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