Looking for ways to explore the human body? This is one of my favorite biology units, and these human body worksheets for kids will have your kids asking you even more questions about their body.
Do your kids ask about the different organs in their body or how they work? These worksheets are a great way to introduce new organs and to discuss their functions since each of our organs is a part of a system that has a role to play in keeping our body healthy.
Human Body Worksheets for Kids
Introduce your kids to the organs in the human body using worksheets, lapbooks and notebooking pages. I updated all of my worksheets to included the answer keys.
Human Body Puzzles – a fun way to learn about the organs and their human body systems.
Human Body System Worksheets for Kids – a fun way to display the different human body systems in our body with this accordion booklet.
Human Body Printables for Kids – get to know the various organs in our body with these 3 part cards and label the organs in this worksheet.
Preschool Human Body Printables for Kids – learn new vocabulary with these 3 part cards and have fun assembling the organs on the girl or boy.
Human Body Organs Coloring Pages for Kids – color in the correct areas of the large intestine, brain, eye, and liver.
Human Body Organs Printables – I used these to add to our life-sized butcher paper outline of my son. They could also be used as coloring pages.
Parts of the Body Worksheets – Teach your kids different body parts and their correct name, perfect for preschoolers.
Human Body Lapbook by Homeschool Share
There are wonderful picture books to show your students what the human anatomy actually looks like.
Human Body Worksheets by Itsy Bitsy Fun
Recommended Human Body Books for Kids
I love human body books that are full of pictures and colors. It can be difficult to explain a new concept but these books will help guide you and help your kids understand how their body works.
Human Body System Worksheets
The human body is composed of various systems that each have their own job to perform. Use one of these resources to delve deeper to learn what organs are involved and their function.
See how food travels through our body and though the digestive system to come out the other end.
Name the major bones in the body to get to know your entire skeletal system.
See how blood travels through your body to distribute oxygen and collect carbon dioxide.
See how oxygen travels from the air into our body and how it gets rid of the waste – carbon dioxide.
Get to know the major muscles that cover our entire body.
How does the body create urine to expel waste?
See which organs play a major role in the endocrine system.
What are these systems made of? Different organs with very specific jobs but each of those organs is made up of cells.
Color the organelles in the cell so you can label them. What does each one do?
Human Tooth Names ~ Unit Studies Made Easy ~ Free Printables by The Natural Homeschool
Each of the teeth in our mouth have a different name. See what they are so you can identify any issues to your dentist.
Printable Skin Lessons for Kids using Notebooking by The Natural Homeschool
The skin is a major organ in our body, see how it protects us and what is inside the layers of the skin.
Human Skeleton Study Guide by The Natural Homeschool
Dive deeper into your bones with this study guide and see the major bones in the body and the role they play to support us.
Recommended Human Body Kits
Bring human anatomy alive with these fun models and science kits to get a whole grasp of our body.
Get more hands-on with these human body kits and activities so your child can get a firmer grasp on their own bodies and see how their organs related to their own body.
SmartLab Toys Squishy Human BodyLearning Resources Human Body Model, Science Classroom Demonstration Tools, Realistic Human Anatomy Display, 31Piece, Grades 3+, Ages 8+The Magic School Bus:A Journey into the Human BodyLearning Resources Anatomy Models Bundle Set, Brain, Body, Heart, Skeleton, Classroom Demonstration Tools, Teacher Accessories, Grades 3+, Ages 5+