The Digestive System Lesson

The Digestive System Lesson
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NGSS4-LS1-1
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  1. This diagram is designed to be used with the Digestive System lesson plan. The diagram can be used to aide instruction, as well as a student can assigned the role as the small intestine and use the diagram as the students act out and role play the journey that food takes through the Digestive Syste
  2. This diagram is designed to be used with the Digestive System lesson plan. The diagram can be used to aide instruction, as well as a student can assigned the role as the esophagus and use the diagram as the students act out and role play the journey that food takes through the digestive system.
  3. This diagram is designed to be used with the Digestive System lesson plan. You can use this diagram as a visual aide in teaching the digestive system.
  4. This assessment is designed to be used with the Digestive System lesson plan. As an assessment tool, this worksheet allows students to demonstrate their knowledge of the path that food takes through the digestive system by matching and labeling the name of the part of the digestive tract to it's or
  5. By the end of this engaging Digestive System lesson plan, designed for third graders, the students will be able to correctly label the six parts of the digestive system, accurately explain the pathway and process of the digestive track, and express the importance of eating healthy food. This lesson
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This bundle includes the Digestive System complete lesson plan, the digestive tract diagram, an assessment tool, as well as 2 posters of the esophagus and the small intestine that the students can use as they role play the journey that food takes through the digestive tract.

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NGSS4-LS1-1
Construct an argument that plants and animals have internal and external structures that function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. Examples of structures could include thorns, stems, roots, colored petals, heart, stomach, lung, brain, and skin. Assessment is limited to macroscopic structures within plant and animal systems.
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