Learning about the major Human Body Systems
Each year, usually in the spring semester, our family has learned about one of the major Human Body Systems.
We usually started with an overview of what Human Body Systems are and how they work (in general) from cells, tissues, organs to body systems. We’ve gone over this general set most every year. 🙂
From there we moved on to a specific Human Body system
- Skeletal System (joints, tendons, etc.)
- Digestive System – with lots of hands on activities
- Circulatory System – with a really fun hands-on activity to trace the path of blood throughout the body!
- Muscular System
- Nervous System
- Reproductive System
- Endocrine System – we’re working on that this year!
These can be purchased individually or in the Human Body BUNDLE that includes these packets:
- Cell Packet – Quick Preview
- Human Body Systems Quick Preview
- Skeletal System Packet – Quick Preview
- Digestive System Packet Preview
- Circulatory System Packet – Quick Preview
These units can be purchased individually or together in our Human Body Bundle. I included some photos of these packets below.
$22.00 BUNDLE OPTION HUMAN BODY: Human Body Systems, A Study of Cells Unit, Skeletal System Worksheet Packet, Digestive System, Circulatory System Unit (Plus, it includes the rough draft version of our muscular system packet which is not yet
Here are some quick images for you to glance through:
The Human Body BUNDLE also includes our 100+ page Cells Packet. (One year, we started with a study of cells and then moved on to the cells of the human body)
These units can be purchased individually or together in our Human Body Bundle. I included some photos of these packets above. Below I will link to some posts where you can find out more about our hands-on activities for each unit. 🙂
$22.00 BUNDLE OPTION HUMAN BODY: Human Body Systems, A Study of Cells Unit, Skeletal System Worksheet Packet, Digestive System, Circulatory System Unit (Plus, it includes the rough draft version of our muscular system packet which is not yet available publicly.)
Visit these posts to see some of the hands-on activities we did in these units:
If you have any questions, be sure to drop me an email. ~Liesl
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