One of my favorite hands-on science units has always been human anatomy. It is so much fun to learn about how our bodies work – inside and out. My kids always loved lying on a huge sheet of craft paper while I traced their bodies. We’d cut those out and hang them on the wall. As we learned about each body system, we’d add drawings or diagrams to the cutouts on the wall. It was a great way to “see” what we couldn’t otherwise see.
If you’ll be studying the human body with your little ones this year, these notebooking pages will really come in handy. With over 40 pages, this set has everything your kids will need to record what they’re learning about organs.
Human Body-Organs Notebooking Pages
This set of Human Body-Organs Notebooking Pages is one of my favorites! It is perfect to use with kiddos in grades K-3, because there are so many different pages to choose from.
- 3-part cards: These cards will help your children learn the names of the different organs. There are two sets. If you need tips for using the 3-part cards, visit this site.
- Coloring pages: Each coloring page has one large image of a body organ and a tracing label.
- Description pages: Each page has an image of an organ on it. You will also find circles for writing descriptions of each organ. Kids can write the organ’s job or describing words in each circle.
- Handwriting pages: I liked having themed handwriting pages when my kids were younger. There is one page for each body organ.
- Read and write: This is a page with an image of each body organ and a tracing word.
- Cool facts: Students write a brief description of the organ’s job, and then they can write down some cool facts about each.
- Sentences: As an alternative to the cool facts pages, younger students can write a sentence about each organ on these lined pages.
Download your free Human Body – Organs notebooking pages today.
Human Anatomy Books for Kids
Hands-On Human Anatomy Fun
Want to really make science fun? Try some of these fun hands-on activities all about body organs!
- Learn about the heart and the circulatory system with this fun model of the heart and blood vessels.
- This lung model will show kids how our lungs help us breathe.
- Build a model of the liver to show how the liver cleans our blood.
- Wow! This model of the kidneys is pretty awesome!
- Here’s a hands-on model of the stomach. Let the kids see first-hand how the stomach muscles work together to digest the foods we eat.
- Use playdough to build a model of the brain.
If you have older kids studying human anatomy, be sure to check out this amazing set of Human Body Diagrams and Notebooking Pages!
Latest posts by Tara M (see all)
- The Ultimate Family Fall Bucket List - October 16, 2016
- 5 Reasons Our Homeschool Family Loves Our Local Library - October 19, 2015
- Printable Fall Reading Logs and Report Forms - September 28, 2015