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This 6:44 minute has been created to give BIOLOGY / ANATOMY / HEALTH students an overview of the human body’s circulatory system! Student will learn the major components of the system (names of major arteries and veins as well as parts of the exterior and interior of the heart) as well as the function of the heart, arteries, veins, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and plasma.
Here is a classroom poster describing the basics of the human body’s circulatory system. Perfect for a Science or Health bulletin board.
The poster outlines basic functions for the following:
- red blood cells
- white blood cells
This Science / Biology / Health resource will help your students learn about the circulatory system of the human body! Included are 10 posters (each in color and b/w) and 5 different worksheets (each with and without a word bank)!
This 68 page anatomy coloring book has been designed for 5th-12th grade classrooms (Health, Science, Biology).
- Digestive System
- Skeletal System
- Nervous System
- Circulatory System
- Respiratory System
- Urinary System
- Integumentary System
- Muscular System
- Endocrine System
- Reproductive System
- Lymphatic System
- Auditory System
- Visual System
Two worksheets for students to label of the human heart. One with a word bank and one without. Answer key provided.
This classroom poster displays the major arteries (20) and veins (15) of the human circulatory system.
These 7 posters can be displayed or used to create media or transparencies to teach about the heart. Students will learn…
- – Functions of the right and left sides of the heart
- – Oxygenated and Deoxygenated blood
- – The pathway (flow) of blood
- – Parts of the heart
$2.00Buy NowThis resource,The Heart – Human Anatomy Nomenclature Cards, help students learn and study the location of the parts of the heart: pulmonary veins, aorta, vena cava, pulmonary artery, septum, valves, left ventricle, left atrium, right ventricle and right atrium.
Designed for 4th-8th grade, students will love playing this hands-on game as they…
- – deliver oxygen and food to the cells
- – have oxygen and carbon dioxide ‘ride’ on red blood cells
- – circulate red blood cells throughout the body – through the circulatory system (arteries and veins)
The first team to get all their oxygen to the cells, all the food to the cells, all the wastes to the kidneys and all the carbon dioxides to the lungs, wins the game!