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Seventh graders research about a specific body system. For this biology lesson, 7th graders create a cube using the given parameters. They discuss the parts and function of their assigned body system.
Young scholars create a body booklet by having their partner trace the outline of their body onto butcher-block paper.
Fifth graders identify and define parts of the reproductive system. In this health lesson, the teacher introduces the parts of the reproductive system, then students match body part cards to the corresponding definition cards.
In this human organ systems worksheet, students write the organ system that is described in the first 5 sentences. Students match the body parts to the organ system and write them in the chart.
In this organ systems worksheet, students write the organ system that is described in the 5 sentences. Students then match the body parts to the organ systems and write them into the chart.
In this body systems worksheet, students use an online source to answer 20 questions about four body systems. They label the structures of the skeletal system, the digestive system and the respiratory system.
Sixth graders examine human body functions and identify key points relating to the nervous system, muscular system, skeletal system, circulatory system, respiratory system, and the digestive system. In this the human body instructional activity, 6th graders dramatize the circulatory system as it relates to the roles that red blood cells play in the body. Students participate in group inquiries regarding neurons, bone names, blood types, and the digestive system.
Students work in groups of 2-3 people to prepare a book about the human body that is suitable for a 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade student.
Students integrate physical activity while studying the names of the bones in the body in a fun game form. They feel the bone in their body as the story talks about it. After doing this, they form a circle and sing the words to the song 'My Bones' .
Students chose a topic from the current curriculum to develop a PowerPoint presentation about. They present the PowerPoint in a professional manner which includes the way they are dressed and the way they interact with the audience. Each presentation is created using the designated format.
Students listen to the song "Bone Song" as they enter the class. They identify the bones in the human body. Students are given the topic: Do body systems work together? Give an example. They work in groups of two and study the bones using miniature skeleton models.
In this muscular system quiz worksheet, students complete an on-line quiz, clicking on questions and matching answers, scoring 1 point for each correct answer. A printed version is available.
In this muscular system learning exercise, students complete an on-line quiz, choosing questions and matching answers. Students score 1 point for each correct answer; a printed version is available.
Students engage in a lesson that is concerned with the drawing of the anatomy of the human body. They conduct research using a variety of resources and create a drawing on the ground with sidewalk chalk. Students also view models of the body as an aide for the drawing.
Fifteen multiple choice questions review a variety of biology topics. In game-show fashion, viewers answer questions about a plant's needs, the skeletal system, and the cardiovascular system. If you happen to teach these three topics around the same time, this PowerPoint can serve as a useful tool in preparing your young scientists for a test. 
Students study bones. In this science lesson plan, students describe the functions of bones in the human body, what bones are comprised of, and consider how the depletion of calcium in bones causes them to become weak.
Students study the human body and the process it takes to maintain healthy bones.  In this broken bones lesson students participate in a lab activity.
Students examine owl pellets and what their diet consisted of, specifically rodents. This furthers their understanding of simple food chains as well as bone structure and identification.
Fifth graders explore the human body's ligaments with chicken Feet in this good lesson idea
In this biology worksheet, students examine the bones that are part of the skeletal system of the rat. The bones can be compared for differences in structure.