Human Body Systems for Kids, Organs, and More – Thematic Unit

With Halloween approaching, there’s a lot of skeletons around in shops for decorations. This tends to raise a lot of questions from young kids, so I love to present human body activities to teach kids about the body in general. We love exploring human body systems for kids so they can understand what the skeletal system really is!

Human Body Systems for Kids and More!

Age: 4+
Pinterest Board: Human Body Pinterest Board
Recommended Book: See our full list of books about the human body here

Human Anatomy in General

Human Systems 3 Part Cards

Use these fantastic human body activities to create hands-on learning activities your students will love! Perfect for Halloween learning activities!

Amazing Unit About the Human Body

Awesome human body cards from MOMtessori Life

Life Size Organs Cards

Really Cool Anatomy Paper Dolls

Introduction to Human Anatomy

Human Anatomy Activities

Books about the Human Body

 

Use these amazing resources and Human Body Books for Kids to create the perfect unit study! These materials are wonderful to be used in a Montessori class!

Really fabulous activities and materials

Body 3 Part Cards in English and French

Parts of a Body Cards in Spanish

Free Brain do-a-dot Printables

Skeleton

Skeleton 3 Part Cards

Use these fantastic human body activities to create hands-on learning activities your students will love! Perfect for Halloween learning activities!

The FREE x-ray cards here are so interesting!

Skeleton Unit

This is such a cool unit!

Skeleton Crafts for Kids

Models and Crafts

Make a brain cell

Functioning Heart Model

How long is your small intestine?

Make a model spine from candy

Make a lung craft

All About Me Life Size Model

Teeth theme

Dental Unit

Names of Teeth and Printables

Dental Themed Activities

Tooth Cross Section

Eye

Exploring Eye Colors

Parts of the Eye Activities

Parts of the Eye Unit

More Awesome October Activities

By | 2018-10-19T03:33:30+00:00 October 19th, 2018|Montessori, Science, Unit Studies|0 Comments

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