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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
Your students will love the "Muscular System Exhibition Lab"- task card 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 16 stations (18 sheets total) in total with 3 blank stations to add your own material if you wish- and these are completely editable (via PowerPoint). Student answer sheet and answer key are provided!
Muscular System Exhibition Lab (PDF and editable PPT)
Muscular System Exhibition Lab Answer Sheet (PDF and editable PPT)
*Please note that the editable versions do not contain the muscle diagrams, as those are in not royalty-free. Everything else is completely editable, and the editable version contains a blank space where you could add your own diagram if you wish.
★The lab tasks as it stands requires the following lab materials:
Slides of smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and skeletal muscle
Clothespin for a muscle fatigue activity
IF you choose not to do those stations, no problem! You can EDIT them!
★ Function of the muscular system
★ Muscle cells and anatomy
★ Types of muscle (smooth muscle; skeletal muscle; cardiac muscle)
★ Muscle pairs (push and pull)
★ Muscle fatigue | wall sit station | clothespin station
★ Microscope station
★ Muscle anatomy labeling stations
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