A Window into the Body

Check out our first workbook, About Me - all about the human body!

This is an easy activity to assemble. Download our body systems coloring sheets, print onto thin paper, and color.

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Then stack and align the pages (in the this order: organs, skeleton, muscles, skin) and tape onto a sunny window. Make sure you just tape the top so that your child can flip up the pages.


Talk about how muscles lie beneath the skin,
muscles cover the skeleton and organs,
and bones protect organs.

Why We Like It:

Kids like using “x-ray vision” to see through layers of the body. This is also a good teaching aid for a lesson on how, where, and why body systems are connected.


 


BLOG POSTS BY CATEGORY

BASIC ANATOMY
Weird Body Parts
A Window Into the Body
Anatomy Ins & Outlines
Anatomical Ingredients
Your Insides

CIRCULATION
The Pumping Heart
Anatomy Ins & Outlines
Anatomical Ingredients

DIGESTION
Digestion
Teeth

EYES
About Eyeballs

FIVE SENSES
Spice It Up
Sounds Like Fun
Feeling Hands
Touch Identify
Five Senses Activities

FOOD GROUPS
Breakfast Beginnings
Food Group Blocks

GENETICS
Introduction to Genetics

GERMS
Clean Hands, Healthy You
Germ Fight

HAIR
Your Hair Is Fabulous

HEALTH
Clean Hands, Healthy You
Good Teeth For Good Food

INJURIES
Injuries

MUSCLES
Muscle Mania
A Handy Activity About Bones
Muscles and Skin

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Anatomy Ins & Outlines
Lung Art

SKELETAL SYSTEM
Teeth
Bones and Joints

SKIN
The Art of Skin
How Skinteresting
Injuries
Muscles and Skin

TEETH
Good Teeth For Good Food

Teeth