Human Anatomy – Muscle Groups Video has been created to introduce, explain and/or review voluntary and involuntary muscles in the human body. Each group is defined, explained and definitions given. This is great for visual learners!
To add student interest, one student is helping another student learn, interesting graphics have been added and upbeat music fills the background. (Music is easily muted if needed.)
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This ANATOMY / BIOLOGY / HEALTH resource contains 3 informational text articles (each with comprehension questions followings) and a bonus labeled poster! These articles can be used in any Science class or in a Language Arts / Reading classroom. Use as standalone mini-lessons or as supplemental activities, homework or in centers.
This ANATOMY / BIOLOGY / HEALTH resource contains 7 informational text articles (each with comprehension questions followings), 2 end of unit assessments and 4 bonus posters! These articles can be used in any Science related class or in a Language Arts / Reading classroom. Use as standalone mini-lessons or as supplemental activities, homework or in centers.
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Levels for articles range from 5.1 – 7.4
Respiratory System – Human Anatomy Nomenclature Cards – This resource will help students learn and study the location of the following parts of the respiratory system: left lung, right lung, diaphragm, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, sinus cavity, nose, throat, larynx, trachea, and pleura. There are also 4 extra diagrams with no labels for you to use as you wish…such as give to students to have them color in and label the cards for themselves!
On this one page worksheet titled Carpals and Tarsals, students identify the bones of the hands (+ wrist and lower arm) and feet (+ lower leg): carpals, metacarpals, phalanges, radius, ulna, tarsals, metatarsals, phalanges, calcaneus, tibia and fibula.
Suggested uses: Use in a Science center when studying human anatomy, give as homework or use as a quick quiz. Answer key is provided.