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Let's Explore the Human Body with EducationCity...

Learning about the senses, human skeleton and the digestive system is super important to help students develop their knowledge about how our bodies function and change.

Let's Explore the Human Body with EducationCity...

If your science lesson is based on this theme, take a look at some of our KS1 and KS2 (or your region’s equivalent) activities.

Tip! Simply pop the Content ID number into the Search tool to find the activity even quicker!

KS1Human Body Activity

Basement Lab: #528 – Indicate location of named parts of the body.

Same but Different: #6190 – Compare and contrast physical features of humans.

Abracadabra!: #531 - Categorise things into ‘living’ and ‘non-living’.

KS2

Basement Lab: #575 – Identify the different organs and functions of the circulatory system.

Human Impact: #13310 – Understand how humans cause change in their environment.

Body Systems Topic ToolHuman Body Topic Tool

This Topic Tool is great for encouraging students to identify and correctly locate organs within a human model.

Add #22467 in the Search tool to find this piece of content.

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11/10/2018

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