If you want to find out what the organs do or perhaps look at some pictures of x-rays and skeletons, you'll find what you're looking for right here.
Place in the organs in the sequence you are told to. Can be tricky for some upper KS2. Let's see how they do.
A great BBC labelling activity suitable for KS2.
A BBC - put the bones in the right place activity. Great.
Get past the voice overs - ideally by disconnecting the speakers, and the animations may be useful. Features skins, respiratory, skeleton, muscular, immune, nervous, digestive, urinary and respiratory systems.
This Toftwood activity covers - muscles, foods journey through the body, the effect of exercise on the heart and a simple labelling activity. The later being suitable for infants. The other simulations are ideal for KS2.
Build a skeleton. There's enough here for all. Upper infants will enjoy putting the skeleton back together as a jigsaw. KS2 pupils will appreciate the names of the bones as you click on them.
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Lots of activities and explanations - if they are ready for it. Good Skeleton Building activity - click 'Build a Skeleton' at the top of the page.
Includes images of; Ear, Eye, Lungs, Head, Muscles, Skeleton.
BBC activity - Drag labels to the parts. Ideal for infants.
We love this simple body part labelling activity from Crick. Ideal for Ks1.
These highly magnified images will make for an interesting start to any minibeasts lesson in KS2.
Listen to a heart beating in lots of formats.
A great BBC activity for lower KS2 or infants. Simple 'put the bones in the right place' theme going on here. Not too technical though. Be careful to place them very accurately or we found it didn't always work.
A BBC activity encouraging you to make healthy choices to keep this man fit and well.
Why waste time contacting the dentist or Dr for x rays. You know you thought of it! Just show them these - and use the time you saved to rest your weary skeleton!
See an x ray of a human (animated) also the skeletons of a bird, dog and human are presented. Ideal for both Ks1 and 2. Requires the Flash plug-in to work.
This site is dedicated to cells. The animation of a cell size is truly fantastic.
You'll be able to hear the heart beat, if you can find it. Move the stethoscope around the chest and turn those speakers right up! Click on the heart and lungs tab at the top of the page to see working models of the heart and lungs. There's also a video of a heart bypass operation which may put some off their school dinners.
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