We’re jumping right into my favorite subject and getting into some science worksheets. We’ll be working on the human body next, so look forward to getting some more printable worksheets to help your kids learn about their bodies.
You’ll get one page of the fill in the blank and another page of the cards to match up the labels to the pictures.
On the first worksheet, it uses the words bowels to include both small and large intestine, I’d prefer to keep them separate but I had to choice with the image I was using.
My plan is to go through each of the body’s systems so stay tuned as we jump into more details later. Right now I wanted to give my child a bigger picture overview and get him use to seeing these organs.
I left it up to him to ask me what they did, he wanted to know how kidneys worked and I explained how they filtered out unwanted waste to create urine. Of course, he had to laugh at the organ that created pee. Don’t even get me started on bowels with him. It will be a fun study so we’ve gathered up some books and will be jumping in.
We’ll start with some of the major organs as I try to gather more images for what I want to teach my son.
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From the Early Elementary bloggers please visit their sites to see what awesome human body activities they’re up to.
STEM Respiratory System Investigation Asthma versus Healthy from Life Over C’s
What’s Inside Your Blood – An Edible Model from Preschool Powol Packets
Telling the Time – Body Clock from Rainy Day Mum
Human Body Games for Kidsfrom The Natural Homeschool
5 Senses Unit from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Hands-On Learning about Taste Budsfrom Look! We’re Learning!
Bones from Sugar Aunts
Human Body Math from Planet Smarty Pants
Parts of the Eye Painting from Still Playing School