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Life Sized Human Anatomy Lesson including Skeletal and Digestive Systems

Published Date: May 15, 2014

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$5. 99


This 32-page Life-sized Anatomy lesson includes a 4’ skeleton and major organs that can be colored in and assembled as a class or in groups. Children will learn the names of major bones and organs as well as their functions. They will also learn how everything fits together and how organs work together to build systems. The digestive system, respiratory system, skeletal system, circulatory system, and urinary systems are described. Worksheets help students label major organs and describe their functions, and posters help with recognition and memory. Children love assembling this life-sized human anatomy model. This packet includes basic information and is a fun way to introduce young children to anatomy. This packet is appropriate for 2nd-5th grade, but has been used with both younger and older students.

This product is a digital download and is available on the Teachers Pay Teachers website.

This is what you get:

Child life-sized skeleton-approximately 4ft(all major bones are labeled: skull, ribs, scapula, tibia, fibula, patella, metatarsals, metacarpals, pelvis, vertebrae, radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals, phalanges)
Child life-sized digestive system (major parts labeled and functions described)
Child life-sized major organs including: brain, heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, stomach, large intestine, small intestine, kidneys, and bladder
System descriptions
Organ descriptions
Digestive System Poster
Digestive System labeling and coloring worksheet
Skeletal System labeling worksheet
Skeletal System Poster
Mini-skeletal system assembly project
Flashcards for bones and organs (can be used to play match and sort game)

Please note: The life-sized skeleton itself is the same one that is included in my Day of the Dead Coloring Sheet download, but this Human Anatomy lesson also includes organs and systems and focuses more on anatomy.


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