Teaching Ideas

Blank Body Template

Submitted by Kathryn (08-11-2012)

 

Hi Donna,

Your site is coming along so well! Congratulations.

I am about to embark on a human body unit and think that a lot of other teacher probably teach similar units of work.

Id love a blank body template that children can draw what they know about the human body (prior knowledge and again at the end of the unit to show their new learnings)

I would also love a little human body game where there is a blank human body template and then little organs that the students could velcro or glue onto the human body.

A set of picture cards or different organs with five facts about the organ would be great too.

Sorry, I know there are a lot of ideas here. Would be greatly appreciated if you could have-a-go at some of these ideas.

Kind regards,

Kathryn

 
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Donna (25-10-2010)

Hi
Body Template is up - thanks everyone for your input..

Human Body Resource

Cheers


Donna (03-08-2010)

Ladies (and gentlemen) we are using the main organs of....

brain
lungs
kidneys
stomach
heart
liver
small intestine
large intestine
skin
bladder

Are these appropriate for today's curriculum in most areas ...please comment...thanks


Donna (01-08-2010)

Hi Kathryn and Daina

Thanks for this suggestion - we have one of our team working on this as we speak...thanks

Donna


Daina (21-07-2010)

Funny that you posted this Kathryn as I spent a lot of time last night trying to find a good decent and clear template of a human body...I wanted my kids to have the template and then have them draw on the body the feelings they get if they were to be bullied...eg, tummy swirling, sore head, sweaty palms etc...I looked on this site but didn't find one...
Thanks Donna


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