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.)
Supporting Document: A worksheet (with answer key) that students can complete as they watch!
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Muscles of the Leg – Learning Human Anatomy will be exactly what you need if you are looking for a easy to read posters as well as a labeling worksheet for students. This resource actually comes with two worksheets, one with and one without terms. (You choose if you want your students to completely remember the names or if they need the terms to help them. )
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