For this bulletin board, Mrs. Rudd took close-up pictures of the students. The body is a rectangle about four inches tall with the corners rounded which each child painted with tempera paint. Then they made a collage body using ribbon for the legs, rick rack for the arms, pom poms for the hands, and buttons for the feet. Scraps of eyelet were used for the girls' skirts. The background is checked fabric.
My First Human Body Book
By Donald M. Silver & Patricia J. Wynne / Dover Publications
Get to know all about the human body with this Dover coloring book! 28 instructive illustrations explore the muscular, skeletal, nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems, as well as how come they get hiccups, what their skin is like, where their DVA is, and much more. Filled with fun facts and informative diagram notes, this is an educational tool that kids will enjoy coloring! 30 pages, softcover.
Uncover the Human Body
By Luann Colombo / Silver Dolphin Books
Help your children learn about the most complex machine in the universe---themselves! This fascinating hands-on 3-dimensional "model" offers an in-depth, page-by-page exploration of all the major systems and processes of the human body---and a picture of the whole creation when the book is closed. A fun way to explain a sometimes daunting subject! 16 pages, hardcover from Silver Dolphin.
SomeBody: The Human Anatomy Game
By Talicor Inc.
Five human anatomy games designed for multiple level play. May be used as a puzzle to learn the location of human anatomy or for learning the names and functions of organs, muscles, and bones. Includes questions and simple experiments to enhance learning. Grade level: K-5.