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In this biology worksheet, students identify and locate various vocabulary terms that are specific muscles found in the human body. There are 18 biology terms located in the word search.
“Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power.”—Lao Tzu. Black Tiger Academy’s martial arts lesson 11 of 20 has a written script to guide the class through an introductory meditation lesson. It's actually quite...
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore is not an act, it is a habit.”—Aristotle. Black Tiger Academy’s martial arts lesson 12 of 20 introduces the class to the amount of sugar contained in a variety of foods and drinks. Each...
“A man without decision of character can never be said to belong to himself … He belongs to whatever can make captive of him.”—John Foster. Black Tiger Academy’s martial arts lesson 15 of 20 teaches the class about positive character...
A word search which features words that have something to do with muscles is here for you. Along with finding words such as hamstring, deltoid, and biceps, learners are asked to find certain muscles and tendons in their bodies by rubbing...
Learners find 12 words in a word search that have to do with the muscles found in the human body. There are some unusual ones, such as the masseter, and the temporalis. Then, they fill in the blanks of three sentences which have to do...
While this is not specifically a activity, it contains good descriptions of exercises to do with exercise bands. There are seven exercises described for working on the upper body and two for the lower body. Use this as a reference sheet...
Students use word association to explain the basic muscles and movement. They stand on a Polyspot while the teacher calls out the muscle and/or key phrase and students perform the movement associated with that muscle.