Draw the brain and what occurs in each lobe - NERVOUS SYSTEM BRAIN NEUROANATOMY
This project is a two-day in-class project in which the students will be asked to apply their knowledge of the nervous system in a higher-level fashion by representing what they feel the brain functions are. Anatomy health science med term nursing medicine dentistry physiology biology life science.
FIRE! Hacks to Help You Start a Blaze NO MATTER the Conditions - Way Outdoors
One of the first skills the successful outdoorsman needs to learn is how to start a fire. Sure, it is cool to use a bow & staff to generate the heat you need to start your campfire, but sometimes it is important to just get flame rather than impress your friends. Plus, it is more …
This hands-on resource will help your students review or learn about the six major body systems. This resource is perfect for students from grades 3-6 and can be used with a whole group, small groups or during individual instruction. Click on the picture to see more.
This twist on the classic naked egg science experiment illustrates the concept of osmosis for kids. Use this cell membrane experiment as a cell membrane lab activity. It's the easiest way how to explain osmosis to a child.
Human Body Project: A Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap Model of Body Systems
The human body unit has always been one of my very FAVORITE units to teach! Kids love to learn about the amazing, surprising, and sometimes downright icky things that happen in their bodies, and this life-size human body model has the hands-on component to make their learning engaging, meaningful, ...
This is part 1 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Create edible models of human cells and DNA, look at cheek cells under a microscope, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade level children and their siblings. They were created by another creative mom for our weekly homeschool co-op. We meet each week for 2 1/2 hours and have 33 children between the ages of 1-13. Use these fun lessons with your classroom, family, after school program, or co-op!
good project to do at the beginning of the year...have students take a quiz to see which side they use more....then have them do this drawing project. Can use it to talk about how not everyone is a great artist, but everyone can try and do their best...even left brained people can learn to draw well!