Human Body

Human Body Project: A Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap Model of Human Body Systems

This Human Body Project BUNDLE combines two of my popular human body resources: the Human Body Systems Lapbook and the bestselling Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap, Human Body Model!

Learn how to make a breathing machine from the author of Maker Lab, Jack Challoner. This easy experiment uses household items to construct model lungs and show how some vital parts of the body work.

Learn how to make a breathing machine from the author of Maker Lab, Jack Challoner. This easy experiment uses household items to construct model lungs and show how some vital parts of the body work. -- Learn about the respiratory track hands on, at home!

Dissection models for life science and biology - fetal pig, grass frog, sheep or cow eye, earthworm, and more! Read to find out why they're perfect for your classroom!

3-D Paper Dissection Models for Life Science and Biology

paper dissection models provide an authentic, low-prep & budget-friendly option for life science & biology classrooms. Get a worm, frog, pig & more!

a faithful attempt: Science Habitat Dioramas

Here& some photos from a project any Science teachers (and Art!) out there might find interesting. We have a very creative Science tea.

Hands-on Science: Create your own 3D water cycle project using LEGOS!  This is an awesome STEM activity for kids in elementary or middle school!

Learn the Water Cycle with LEGOs: An Easy Science Project for Kids

Hands-on Chemistry lesson: Building atomic models- great for teaching the periodic table. STEM science via @karyntripp

Hands-on Chemistry: Building Atomic Models

Fantastic STEM for Chem-phys! Hands-on Chemistry lesson: Building atomic models- great for teaching the periodic table. STEM science via

Blog post: Why you should use 3-d paper dissection models in life science and biology - fetal pig

3-D Paper Dissection Models for Life Science and Biology

paper dissection models provide an authentic, low-prep & budget-friendly option for life science & biology classrooms. Get a worm, frog, pig & more!

This is a great hands-on science experiment to explain how fold mountains are formed.

This is a great hands-on science experiment to explain how fold mountains are formed. Fold mountains are the most common type of mountain in the world. Examples include the Himalayas, Andes, and Alps!

17 Resources to help kids

17 Resources To Help Kids Digest the Human Body

17 Resources to help kids

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