THE HUMAN BODY
Kindergarten children learn about the wonders of the human body.
The teacher took pictures of the children and enlarged on the copy machine using photo setting. Then the students cut out pictures of organs of the body and glued them on a brown paper bag "body". Ribbon was added to complete the board.
(When I was teaching second grade we used the following activity book.
The children thoroughly enjoyed it and gained a lot of knowledge by participating in the project.)
My Body Grades 1-4
By Rachelle Cracchiolo / Teacher Created Resources
This book is designed to provide information about the human body for the primary child. Parts of the body are explained and illustrated. There are several ways that these explanations and illustrations can be used: Make a full-size tracing of each child's body on tag or other sturdy paper. Cut, paste, color, and follow directions to make the various parts of the body. Look at the "body legend" and place the body part correctly on the traced body. Copy the explanations of the functions of the body parts. Discuss the information with the students. Make the explanation sheets into a book and fasten with brads or yarn. Have each child take the booklet home along with his or her completed "life-size" body. Reproducible
The Human Anatomy Floor Puzzle
By Lights, Camera Interaction
Our jumbo-sized, 4' tall puzzle features 100 detailed, puzzle pieces. This double-sided puzzle shows the circulatory, respiratory, and digestive system on one side, the skeleton on the other side. Great way to teach your child about the human body. This colorful puzzle is 20% thicker than other floor puzzles and has an easy-clean surface to keep your puzzle looking new!