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Students explore, examine and study how the heart pumps blood throughout their bodies during physical activity. They participate in holding their hands on their chests and feeling their hearts beating when they are skipping, hopping and running.
In this biology learning exercise, students identify and locate various vocabulary terms that pertain to the heart and blood in the human body. There are 51 anatomy and physiology terms located in the word search.
In this cardiovascular activity, students read through notes, fill in one chart, and complete 26 short answer review questions.
In this cardiovascular worksheet, learners read through notes, label a diagram and complete 22 review questions in the format of short answer, matching, and problem solving.
Here is a sharp presentation on multiple alleles using the classic blood type example. Viewers revisit codominance and dominance and learn that blood type is actually a combination of both. They use Punnett squares to solve blood type problems. They learn about agglutination and antibodies that make blood type crossing a topic of study. Follow this PowerPoint with a blood typing lab activity and more Punnett square practice.
Ask your biology apprentices twenty-three questions about blood content and blood function. Although the questions were written as a reading guide, you can use the worksheet as a unit quiz or a review in preparation for a unit quiz. It offers comprehensive coverage of the topic of blood. 
Ninth graders identify blood borne pathogens and examine universal precautions. They listen to a speaker from the Health Department speak about blood borne pathogens, conduct Internet research and discuss OSHA guidelines for protection, and create a safety sign to be used in the workplace to remind employees of the need for universal precautions.
Ninth graders investigate the functions of white blood cells. They watch and discuss an online movie, conduct Internet research, and complete a worksheet.
Fifth graders explore U.S. history by reading an award winning book about World War II. In this Japanese internment camp lesson, 5th graders read the book Under the Blood-Red Sun and discuss the entrapment of Japanese-Americans on our soil. Students create a timeline of WWII events and write a poem describing the internment camps.
In this blood typing learning exercise, 9th graders look at the microscope slides shown on the sheet of various blood samples. Then they determine what type is each blood sample and complete the chart.
In this blood worksheet, students describe the four functions of blood. Then they write what each part of the human body illustrated does below the picture. Students also complete the table on possible blood types of a receiver and donor of blood.
young scholars research blood's components, and use their math skills to recreate a model of whole blood using commonly found food items.
Students explore blood types. In this science investigation instructional activity, students participate in a classroom simulation that replicates a blood transfusion so that students may note how the 4 blood types interact.
Fifth graders watch a short video on blood and complete worksheets on the components of blood. They navigate the Internet to investigate the components of human blood. They complete worksheets with a partner and exchange sheets among different groups.
Young scholars explore the cardiovascular system. In this human body lesson, students observe blood flow and study cardiovascular diseases and how they affect the human body system.
Students observe number sense by participating in an estimation activity. In this blood cells lesson, students identify the importance of blood cells in the human body and discuss how tiny they are. Students utilize paper dots as a visual reference and practice estimating how many dots or cells can fit in a paper grid they have on a worksheet.
Students explore blood circulation. For this biology lesson plan, students learn what blood is and explain the circular movement of blood going into and out of the heart.
Students learn about human blood pressure. In this biology lesson plan, students gain an understanding of the relationship between hypertension and it's risk factors, demonstrate how pressure builds up in clogged arteries, and measure both systolic and diastolic pressure by a sphygmomanometer.
High schoolers rehearse a scene from Julius Caesar and analyze how the physical aspects of stage direction impact the audience. In this Julius Caesar lesson plan, students use blood in the scene and analyze the direction and where the blood is coming from as a way to impact the scene.
In this blood vessels quiz activity, students complete an on-line quiz, clicking on questions and matching answers, scoring 1 point for each correct answer. A printed version is available.