Human Body Printables for Kids
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 human body printables to help your kids learn about their bodies.
Kids love body printables, but it can be hard to find them.
We’ve created the perfect collection of human body printables for kids that will keep your little ones entertained while learning about the different parts of their bodies.
Download our free human body activity pages and start exploring! Our set include a labeling worksheet and vocabulary cards to learn about the functions of the different organs.
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The human body worksheets include all of the major organs in our body to label.
Learn more about the functions of each organ with the vocabulary cards.
Kids love discovering about their own body parts they’ll love these worksheets.
You can follow the path that food takes to travel through your own body. See the organs whose job it is to digest your food.
While your brain controls your bodily function, your heart distributes oxygen and nutrients to your body with blood, and your lungs get more oxygen for your body and expel carbon dioxide.
Each organ is special and has an important job to do. It belongs to a specific body system that has an important task and it works together with the other organs to achieve its mission.
You can discuss how the brain is part of the nervous system, and how the brain works to control important functions like pain, breathing and motor functions.
The lungs are part of the respiratory system to bring in oxygen and get rid of waste – carbon dioxide.
The heart is a giant strong muscle that pumps blood filled with oxygen throughout the body, brings it back to pump it through the lungs to get more oxygen when it gets low.
These worksheets don’t show any muscles or bones but know that the skeletal system gives our body structure and the muscular system helps our body move by contracting the muscles. There are also involuntary muscles that are always at work like our heart or in our digestive system that moves food along the digestive tract.
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Recommended Human Body Books
Extend the activity by reading your favorite human body books or finding specific features or systems your child has an interest in.
See how each organ belongs to a human body system and how each system has a specific job to do in the body.
It’s amazing how the body is organized.
My Book of the Human Body: For Kids Ages 6-12.Human Body! (Knowledge Encyclopedias)Inside Out Human Body: Explore the World’s Most Amazing Machine-You!First Human Body Encyclopedia (DK First Reference)Me and My BodyThe Magic School Bus Inside the Human Body
Human body worksheets
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 no 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 the 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.
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Recommended human body kits
Try one of these human body activities to get more hands-on experience so your kids can see what is really inside the body. Some kids need more concrete examples or to feel and touch the models to get a better sense of their own bodies.
Be Amazing! Toys Interactive Human Body Fully Poseable Anatomy Figure – 14” Tall Human Body Model for Kids – Anatomy Kit – Removable Muscles, Organs and Bones STEM Kids Anatomy Toy – Ages 8+Thames & Kosmos Gross Anatomy: Make-Your-Own Squishy Human Body STEM Experiment Kit | Make Colorful Models of Human Organs with Slime & Putty | Fun, Tactile Intro to Human Anatomy | 5 Cool ActivitiesSmartLab Toys Squishy Human Body, Multicolor, StandardLearning Resources Anatomy Models Bundle Set, Brain, Body, Heart, Skeleton, Classroom Demonstration Tools, Teacher Accessories, Grades 8+, Ages 3+The Magic School Bus:A Journey into the Human Body3D Organ Toy Set, Human Body Anatomy Awareness Teaching Tools, Preschool Educational Organ Plush Toys, Science Learning Kits for Kids for Home School Teaching Aids (Organ Toy)
We’ll start with some of the major organs as I try to gather more images for what I want to teach my son.
Want to learn more about the other body systems? Find it all in one place in the Curious Learners Print & Go Activity Kit: Human Body.
Sign up for the human body printables worksheets below:
Add this body worksheet to your science unit and your kids will be eager to learn more about their internal organs and body parts.
More Human Body Worksheets
Reproductive System Coloring Pages
If you are about to teach about the human reproductive system, you better download these reproductive system coloring pages! This a great way for kids to remember the parts of this important body system.
Preschool Human Body Printables
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 Kids from The Natural Homeschool
These are so beautiful! 🙂
What a wonderful resource! They are perfect for human body units. We will be using them the next time we are learning about anatomy. Pinned for future reference!! Have a blessed weekend!!
Wonderful, thank you!
thanks so much for a wonderful idea!.. unfortunately this is the message I get once I click on your link:
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Thanks I”m looking into the issue and sent you the pdf.
Thanks so much for sharing these incredible units. My 7 year old niece want one with everything. She asks about the appendix, Pancreas, and the gallbladder. Any ideas where I could find that material? Thanks again love these units. My 5 year old son really enjoys them.
I’m glad she’s enjoying them. I’m working on adding more so once I can find great clip art, I’ll update this.
HELLO! these printables seem amazing and i would love to use them with our little but for some reason it keeps saying my email address is invalid. i have tried both of the ones i have and neither one is working. is there any other way i can get access to the print outs?
Tara, I manually added you to the list and you should have received the printables, let me know if that didn’t work.
Very cool. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much. Very usefull for me. Marika
Love the level of detail and color provided in your resources! I’m starting a month long human heart journey with my 3 year old and I look forward to referencing some of your material. Thank you!
Sounds like fun!
Thank you! These are beautiful!
Wow how awesome are these!! Thank you so very much.