We’ve been jumping full force into the human body and these fun human body puzzles will be a huge hit in your home. If you’re studying the human body systems, these puzzles make learning them a lot more fun.
Figure out which organs belong to which system in a fun and interactive way. The human body worksheets have been super popular on the blog so I made these fun puzzles to go with all of the other human body printables already here.
There are simple two-part puzzles and 3-part puzzles to make it more difficult. The child would need to be able to identify the organ and recognize which human body system the organ is a member of.
This gets your child thinking about the organ function in each system and each organ has a specific job to do in our body.
The puzzles allow your child to see the big picture, where the organ works and the system they are part of to see where in the body they lie and how that helps them do their job.
You can see the lungs are positioned in the chest and the trachea leads to their mouth so that they can get air.
This is the perfect way to discuss the function of the organs.
Recommended Human Body Books for Kids
Want to see the human body as a whole system? Grab one of these amazing human body books to get to know your body better in full color.
The Complete Human Body, 2nd Edition: The Definitive Visual GuideThe Fantastic Body: What Makes You Tick & How You Get SickHuman Body: An Illustrated Guide to Every Part of the Human Body and How It WorksMy Body (Science Books)
It can be difficult to grasp the whole picture and how one tiny organ affects our body. Each organ has a job to do and each system has it’s own job to ensure our entire body runs properly.
Recommended Human Body Kit for Kids
Need more human body resources? Try some of these wonderful human body toys or books. A great way to jump into the human body with all of your senses.
Want these human body puzzles? Download them below.
Did you love these human body activities? See what else I have in Human Body Activities for Early Learners. Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarten students.