Circulatory System Teacher Resources
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In this circulatory system word search, students find a set of 10 words/phrases related to the circulatory system, then read 3 statements about the system and draw a picture of a kidney.
In this circulatory system matching worksheet, student determine the phrase that defines the given word. They find matches for words that are associated with the circulatory system such as veins, arteries, and red blood cells.
Students investigate the circulatory system. In this circulatory system lesson, students complete a WebQuest and explore all the areas of the heart. Students determine the functions of different parts of the circulatory system and examine the effects of a healthy diet and exercise.
Students explore the circulatory system and the scientific method. They perform an experiment to measure how varying amounts of physical activity affects heart rate and use the Investigation Journal provided to record their data and make a conclusion.
Students name the vessels and parts of the heart. They trace the path of blood through the heart. Students examine the function of the circulatory system. They recognize the differences between a hear when the body is at rest opposed to one in which the body has been involved in exercise.
Second graders read an article about the circulatory system and complete comprehension questions. They determine their resting heart rates, write in science notebooks and develop graphic organizers to record their observations.
Students study the heart and the circulatory system. They practice taking their pulse. They create a model of blood cells and squeeze tennis balls to demonstrate just how hard the heart muscle works.
First graders explore the circulatory system and its functions. They draw and label the parts of the circulatory system on traced body paper cutouts, and walk on a large chalk outline of a body, following the path of the circulatory system.
Students investigate the human circulatory system by experimenting with hoses. In this human body lesson, students create a system of hoses simulating the circulatory system which they utilize to pass objects through. Students discuss the successes or failures of their pipe systems with their classmates.
First graders study the human body. In this circulatory system lesson, 1st graders draw and label the parts of the system. They work independently on their drawings and then move outside to participate in a p.e. activity that exemplifies how red blood cells move through the body. This lesson includes a suggestion for evaluation.
Students review the major parts of the heart and defines their role in how the heart and circulatory system work together. They become familiar with the heart anatomy and function.
Students explore the circulatory system. They observe a dissection of a heart and view the path that blood takes through the heart and the circulatory system. Students identify the structures and functions of the heart. They write a letter describing the process and function of the heart.
In this internal systems and regulation activity, students correctly decide if given statements are true or false. Students apply information learned about the circulatory system to the given statements to determine statements of truth and accuracy.
Students research the basic concepts of heart health and disease and become an expert in an area as it relates to the heart and circulatory system. They prepare a multimedia presentation of their findings.
Begin to show the workings of the lymphatic system with this video. Right when the narrator gets to the lymph nodes though, the video unfortunately cuts off mid-sentence. Use the video to show the connection between the lymphatic system and the circulatory system, and finish up discussing the roles of the lymph nodes with a lecture.
Students outline a body on butcher paper. Students fill in the circulatory system using materials of various textures. Students decorate all the parts of the circulatory system with art articles, like buttons, yarn, etc.
Use Microsoft Publisher to create a brochure tracing the path blood flows through the body. Working in cooperative groups, seventh graders use creative writing skills to create a "travel" brochure written from the viewpoint of a drop of blood. This would be a great cross-curricular lesson between science and language arts.
Fourth graders study the parts of the human circulatory system and how they function. They design a flow chart of the circulatory system and use data to construct charts and graphs.
Fifth graders answer a fictitious question asked by their school principal. After reading the question together, they write an appropriate response and show her what they have gathered about the circulatory system. They type their letter using Microsoft Word.
The ciculatory system is introduced here by means of clear, labelled diagrams and charts with details. After learning the basics of the heart strucure, a sequence of slides help show the flow the blood as the heart muscle contracts. A comprehensive review of all components in the circulatory system.