Introduce your learners to the early exploration of human anatomy with this awesome What’s Locked in My Chest set. This fun hands-on STEM/STEAM activity can be used in Science, Literacy, Math and Arts centers. Once assembled, it measures approximately 7 inches or 18 centimeters in height. Wow!
Use the mini poster included in the download to introduce the topic to your class, so the children will know what to expect from this lesson.
This printable set includes:
•15 original graphics
• 6 worksheets
• 2 skeleton’s chest templates
• 6 organs in both color and black & white versions.
The printable organs include:
lungs, heart, stomach, liver, large intestine and diaphragm.
•Card-stock or printer paper
•Precision knife or scissors
•Glue stick or staples
•Print the skeleton’s chest (use card-stock if possible)
•Print the rest of the set
•Cut out the organs
•Cut the skeleton’s chest along the dotted lines and secure the back with glue or staples.
S --- Introduce your class to our Respiratory & Digestive systems.
T --- Facilitate the children with cutting and constructing the chest!
E --- Have them learn, spell, read and write the new vocabulary.
A --- Let them have fun with coloring and cutting the organs.
M --- Have them count the organs and the ribs!
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