Apologia Anatomy & Physiology Unit Three: Build A Model Robotic Hand
As we continue our journey through Apologia Anatomy & Physiology, I have found lots of cool projects to keep us busy and to reinforce the lessons we are learning. From my review of Supercharged Science in Spring of 2013, I remembered seeing a lesson with this project, and thought it would align perfectly with the unit that was studying all the muscles and tendons. From this project, we learned that hands function because of the way the tendons are aligned. We found the tendon in our wrist…
Our Hillsborough Kindergarten Enrichment class LOVED this science activity! Start by having your child draw lungs on paper. Then, punch a hole through each lobe shape and string a balloon through. Have your child blow into the balloons to see how the lungs expand and contract with air as they breathe! #HillsboroughYMCA.
Human Anatomy Fold Book
Color, fold, and cut to make this engaging anatomy booklet - good for a first look at the body and it's layers. From Our Time to Learn, k-2
2011- Nov-18 (Feira de Ciências) – 6º Ano-A Prof. Mário Tadeu – Ciências Equipe: Gabriela Zanatta, Juliana Nakahara, Thiago Yamamoto ...
Creating Model Working Lungs: Just Breathe - Activity
Students explore the inhalation/exhalation process that occurs in the lungs during respiration. Using everyday materials, each student team creates a model pair of lungs.
5+ ways to Learn about Bones
5+ hands-on ways to learn about bones. Links to printable three part cards and printable skeleton. List of books that are great for learning about bones and the human body.
Circulatory System Lesson
This is part 5 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Walk through your circulatory system, create a blood model and fake movie blood, measure your heart rate, dissect a heart, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade level children and their siblings. They were written by another creative mom for our weekly homeschool co-op. We meet each week for 2 1/2 hours and have 33 children between the ages of 1-13. Use these fun lessons with your classroom…
Week 3 & 4 Five in a Row- " Madeline"
I'm trying so hard to keep caught up with the kid's school work posts on here. I am about 2 weeks behind, but hoping to get caught up this week. I've decided to do a 6 weeks on, 1 week off school schedule, year round, except for a 2 week break for Christmas, 2 week break in May, and a 3 week break in July, before we start the new school year again! I've also worked out our weeks off around the holidays. So, that being said, we have been in school for 6 weeks now, therefore it is time for a 1…
60+ New Ideas science experiments for high schoolers sensory play | science
60+ New Ideas science experiments for high schoolers sensory play #science ...