Curious Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Human Body
Textbooks alone won’t help your kids learn a new science topic. Make it more engaging with printables that will get your kids interested in the topic. As you’re learning about cells, pull out the printables in this workbook to get to know them better. Have more fun with definitions using an interactive notebook.
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The Human Body Workbook is a wonderful way to supplement your main curriculum.
As I begin teaching human anatomy to my children, I like to go from the smallest units to the biggest. So we start at the cells and then move into the different body systems.
The Human Body Workbook goes through eight different human body systems. It will help your child get to know what they do and why they’re important. Systems covered include:
- Circulatory system
- Muscle system
- Digestive system
- Nervous system
- Skeletal system
- Respiratory system
- Endocrine system
- Urinary system
This workbook contains over 200+ pages of activities for elementary students including:
- large organs to place on a human body cutout
- coloring sheets
- human body Bingo game
- memory game
- travel through the human body board game
- answer key
- and more!
Learning can seem like a chore but when you use engaging games and fun activities, it cements what your child is learning and they do it while having fun too.
This workbook is perfect for kids in preschool to early elementary age. You can adjust the difficulty of the workbook by having older kids research their answers and write it out on their own. Younger kids can cut and paste the answers.
aschantr (verified owner) –
It is nice. A little young for my daughter(10) but too old for my son(3).
Nearulz2 (verified owner) –
This printable is great!! Very good learning tool for basic human anatomy for kids. Can’t wait to use it in my lesson plans.
Julie Chang –
This entire workbook was so well thought out and planned. I love learning anatomy and physiology, and am hoping I can pass this down to my children. Hands down one of the best workbooks that I’ve came across thus far. This is definitely a must have resource! Monique, also has activities on her blog so kids can squeeze in some hands-on learning fun to tie everything together.