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Super Silly Spring Break Science! … Color Explosions! So easy and fun… via Pinterest … Links to Projects: 1. Elephant’s Toothpaste: Science Bob 2. Sink or Float Scien…
Human Skeleton on crayola.com
Use the word bank below to identify parts of the human skeleton. Then check your answers. Did you know?There are more than 200 bones in your body, and each one has a name. Bone Vocabulary: 1. Skull 2. Femur/Upper Leg Bone 3. Shoulder joint 4. Rib cage 5. Patella/Knee Cap 6. Spine 7. Clavical/Collar Bone 8. Pelvis 9. Metatarsals/Hand and Foot Bones 10. Fibula 11. Tibia 12. Humerus/Upper Arm Bone 13. Radius 14. Ulna Answers:A=7; F=5; K=3; B=12; G=11; L=4; C=13; H=10; M=6…
Build a functioning heart model - STEM Heart Project
This Heart STEM activity to build a functioning heart model uses all 4 STEM pillars - Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Kids will spend some time learning about their own heart rates, then how blood flows through the body. For the exciting conclusion engineer and build a functioning model of a beating heart.
Human Cell on crayola.com
Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the parts of the cell. Use the word bank below to identify the parts of the human cell. Did you know?The cell is the basic unit of the human body. There are over one billion cells in each human body. Cells group together to make skin, bones, and blood. Inside the cell nucleus is DNA, which identifies the color of hair, eyes, and skin. DNA also affects the way we look and act. Cell Vocabulary: 1. Nucleolus 2. Nucleoplasm 3…
Dental Activities » Share & Remember | Celebrating Child & Home
We’re squeezing in a little dental theme this month. Our main theme is space/moon/stars/planets. Yesterday we painted this smile page with toothpaste and a toothbrush. Then we sprinkled it with white glitter. The kids loved this! Here’s the template I made: Sparkle! We also talked about what makes us smile & took pictures of our...Read More
FREE Digestive System Worksheet
Are you learning about the digestive system in your homeschool? Try this worksheet to help your mid-elementary children learn about and identify the
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Human Digestion Demonstration-The Bread in the Bag Demo
The Bread In A Bag Digestive System Demonstration. Your students will see what digestion looks like and will never forget - plus they get all grossed out. It's a great activity to do if your studying digestion.
Despite the fact I haven't blogged since October, we have continued with our Expedition Earth curriculum, learning about different countries around the world. We have studied Asia, Europe, North America, and the Poles. This week we began studying South America by studying Brazil and along the way we learned about the Amazon Rainforest. Here are pictures of our diorama. The kids had such a fun time putting this together and I only burned myself with the glue gun a few times! :-) Emergent…