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Human Body Books for Kids

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This is such a fun topic for us! We have some great human body printables and love including books into our studies. In this post, you will see a great list of human body books for kids who love books, who love learning about the human body or that need to get into reading (because these are just so much fun and so interesting)! 🙂

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In this post, you will see a great list of human body books for kids who love books, who love learning about the human body or that need to get into reading (because these are just so much fun and so interesting)!

Human Body Books for Kids

I like to have a spine or reference book that I can use to refer to definitions and such during our work term.

I like the Visual Dictionary of the Human Body and Human Body: An Illustrated Guide to Every Part of the Human Body and How It Works

They’re a wonderful way to visualize the topics you’ll be discussing.

This one is great for younger kids.

First Human Body Encyclopedia by DK

Learn about how each part of the body works together in this kid’s human body encyclopedia. With this book, you can learn about everything from your cells to your nails and hair.

Survive! Inside The Human Body: Vol. 1 Digestive System by Gomdori CO & Hyun-Dong Han

In this comic book, take a dive inside the human body, from your intestines to different parasites. In Magic School Bus style, Phoebe accidentally swallows a microscopic ship. The problem? The ship’s inventor and Phoebe’s friend are on the ship!

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The Everything KIDS Human Body Book by Sheri Amsel

What happens after you swallow your food? Why do you need air? Why is your blood red? Discover fun facts about everything relating to the human body in this straightforward and informative

Little Explorers: My Amazing Body by Ruth Martin

Ideal for early elementary, this body book for little explorers is hands on and full of flaps, with engaging content and images.

Human Body: A Book With Guts! by Dan Green

Learn about the human body through fun characters explaining the human body in a first person way.

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More Great Human Body Book Suggestions

Why I Sneeze, Shiver, Hiccup, and Yawn by Melvin Berger

Why DOES your body sneeze, shiver, hiccup, and yawn? Help your early elementary students learn about these natural reflexes with this helpful picture book.

Inside Your Outside: All About The Human Body by Tish Rabe

The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Dick on a ride through the human body where they visit the different parts of the brain and scuba dive through the blood system!

The Busy Body Book: A Kids Guide To Fitness by Lizzy Rockwell

How do your bones and muscles work? Your body can jump, skip, skate, walk, run. This picture book focuses more on keeping an active lifestyle through healthy exercise.

Outside-In A Lift-The-Flaps Body Book by Claire Smallman

From the skin to your bone structures, explore the human body through this lift-and-flap book, aimed at early elementary students.

Muscles! Muscles In The Human Body-Anatomy For Kids by Baby iQÂ Builder Books

What makes us move? What do our muscles do? Learn about muscles and more in this short book for kids!

See Inside Your Body by Katie Daynes & Colin King

Give kids a visual look inside the human body with this flap-book for kids, as they learn about their amazing body.

Hear Your Heart by Paul Showers

How does your heart work, and what can you do to keep it healthy? Introduce early elementary students to their hearts and the wonderful things it does!

The Magic School Bus Inside The Human Body by Joanna Cole

Ms. Frizzle takes her students inside their magical school bus, and inside their friend Arnold! They explore Arnold’s digestive system hands-on!

My First Human Body Book by Donald M. Silver & Patricia J. Wynne

This book is filled with 28 ready-to-color illustrations aimed at helping kids explore their muscular, skeletal, nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems.

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  1. We took the kids to a museum a couple years ago where they got to play in a large intestine (tunnels). They got a kick out ofthe fact that they entered through the mouth and came out the…well…you know:) These would have paired well with the trip.

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