Free Online Resources for Teaching Anatomy

Here are some more science links, this time about anatomy. Did I miss any good sites that you know of?

imageAll Kids Network: Kids Body Worksheets

 

 

 

imageThe Amazing Human Body Game

 

 

 

 

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Anatomy Arcade – games, interactives, and videos

 

 

Anatomy and Physiology Interactive Flashcards – use to review what you’ve learned

imageCrickweb – Body parts labeling activity (under Key Stage 1) and label skeletons (under Key Stage 2)

 

 

imageExploratorium – Cow’s Eye Dissection

 

 

 

imageGlasgow Science Center – look under forensics and life/health – “Games, experiments, worksheets, posters, activities, teaching resources and more!”

 

 

imageInner Body – “Each topic has animations, 100’s of anatomy graphics, and thousands of descriptive links. Study the anatomy of the human body online using anatomy charts, models and diagrams. It’s fun, interactive and an ideal reference site for students or those who just want to know more about the medical descriptions and anatomical terms used by doctors and nurses”

imageKids Learning Games: Body Parts Games

 

 

Otter’s Homeschool Science Curriculum: Human Body (Little Otter’s, Elementary, and High School)

 

 

image Neuroscience for Kids – click “Explore” to learn about neuroscience and “Experiment” to access games, coloring pages, lessons plans, etc.

 

imageScience NetLinks – Providing a wealth of resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.

 

 

imageSoftschools: Human Body – label online diagrams, worksheets, quizzes, etc.

 

 

 

 

imageSparklebox: Ourselves/All About Me printables – playdough mats, posters, sorting pictures, word cards, templates, etc.

 

 

imageSuper Teacher Worksheets: Human Body

 

 

 

 

imageTeacher’s Domain – free membership required – “Teachers’ Domain is a free digital media service for educational use from public broadcasting and its partners. You’ll find thousands of media resources, support materials, and tools for classroom lessons, individualized learning programs, and teacher professional learning communities.”

 

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The Yuckiest Site on the Internet – From Discovery Kids, lots of gross stuff about the human body – burps, farts, earwax, sweat, and more!

 

 

imageVideos From How Stuff Works – videos from Discovery Channel, the Science Channel, and more

 

 

You Tube Videos:

 

 

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Posted by Maureen Sklaroff