With this fun Anatomy Bundle for lower elementary, students can learn about body systems with five resources including a text-based unit with optional coloring activities, an activity book, a cut and paste unit, a handwriting unit, and a Questions & Answers Coloring Book that breaks the topic of body systems down into several key questions and then answers those questions through coloring pages with copywork. 194 pages total. See a preview of each title at the links below.
Body Systems Cut and Paste: Help kids learn about major organs and body systems with this hands-on Body Systems Cut and Paste activity. Kids will have a chance to practice and show what they’ve learned about the circulatory system, respiratory system, digestive system, nervous system, muscular system, urinary system, and skeletal system. Both a color and black and white version are included so students can color one set if they wish. This is a fun way to combine science and fine motor skills practice. An answer key is included. 28 pages total.
A Closer Look at Body Systems-Learning About Science, Level 2: Students discover the roles of key body systems and the major organs, cells, and tissues that make them up in this unit. Take a look at the circulatory system and the job of the heart, arteries, veins, capillaries, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Explore the respiratory system and learn about the nose, lungs, and air sacs. Move into the digestive system and learn about the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, villi, large intestine, and liver. Also covered are the urinary system (kidneys and bladder), nervous system (brain and nerve cells), muscular system (skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, and cardiac muscles), and skeletal system (bone cells). Students can personalize this book by coloring the illustrations and tracing the key words in the space provided. Incorporate some fun and handwriting practice into science. A review activity sheet with answer key is also included. 19 pages total.
A Closer Look at Body Systems Activity Book: Help your students have fun while learning key terms, definitions, and concepts related to human body systems with this A Closer Look at Body Systems Activity Book. Sixteen engaging activities include various word puzzles and cut and paste activities as well as a maze, dot-to-dot, multiple choice, matching, drawing, word search, and more. Answer key is included. 26 pages total.
Print & Cursive Connections: Body Systems: This unit is designed to help young writers see the connection between print and cursive by practicing them together while enjoying learning about body systems and organs. In the first pages of the unit, words are stacked so that print is immediately followed by cursive. Students then trace the words in the same pattern. Finally, students can write both words following the pattern. After the twenty-six individual terms, students can practice twenty-six complete sentences using the same pattern. 59 pages total.
Help students explore the amazing systems inside their own bodies with this BIG resource that includes coloring pages and print copywork. The Questions & Answers Coloring Books About Science series breaks science topics down into several key questions for each topic and then answers those questions through coloring pages with copywork.
This unit helps kids discover answers to the questions:
- What is a body system?
- What job does the circulatory system do?
- What job does the respiratory system do?
- What job does the digestive system do?
- What job does the excretory system do?
- What job does the nervous system do?
- What job does the muscular system do?
- What job does the skeletal system do?
The unit can easily be broken down to focus on one question at a time. It covers the jobs of the organs and systems in an accessible and introductory way. There are 51 coloring pages with large print, traceable copywork. It’s a great way to work some science and handwriting practice into your day. You can even display the finished pages around the room as a way to see the big picture. 62 pages total.
A note about coloring book levels:
Level A: Coloring pages include single word or phrase copywork (traceable print)
Level B: Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable print)
Level C: Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable cursive)
Pictures may vary or repeat between levels. Not all books are available in all three levels; new levels will be added as available.