This is part 4 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Demonstrate how each part of the digestive system works using crackers, pantyhose, create teeth molds, prepare and eat a salad while discussing healthy eating habits, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade...
An entertaining series on the origins of anatomical terms and the stories behind the names of various parts of our body.
Dimples are facial features that can be present at birth, disappear overtime or even appear as we age. Some have two, some have none and some have just one and ask 'Why Do I Only Have One Dimple?'
The anatomy of the heart consists of the vena cava, right atrium, right ventricle, left and right pulmonary arteries, left and right pulmonary veins, left atrium, left ventricle, and aorta. Take an in-depth look at the anatomy of the heart through video, pictures, and explanation. If you questions...
The Human Skeletal System is the structural framework of the human body. We explore how bones are connected in the human skeletal system to hold the body together.
This is part 7 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Play immune system freeze tag, watch how germs spread, observe bacteria under a microscope, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade level children and their siblings. They were created by another creative...
There are five main layers of the epidermis; they include the stratum basale, stratum spinosum, stratum granulosum, stratum lucidum, and stratum corneum.
Here is an article to learn about the basic anatomy of kidneys. There are also a few multiple choice questions on kidney anatomy. Useful for premedical entrance preparation.
The celiac plexus otherwise known as the solarplexus is also referred to as man's fourth brain. This is the center that controls the nutrional needs of the digetstive, respiratory and circulatory systems.
Our digestive system is essential for breaking down the food we eat and absorbing the nutrients. Do you know these fun facts about your digestion?