The printable life-size organs give the students an opportunity to build a model of how their own bodies look inside. They can handle the printed organs, move them around and even try them on!
The printable organs are scaled so that their size would be right for an average seven-year-old child, but should also fit reasonably well children who are two years younger or older. If you have a child who is significantly smaller, print the pages at a reduced scale (80 or 90%).
Life-Size Anatomy Pack Features
- all the bones for making a skeletal system model
- all the muscles for making a muscular system model
- organs for building digestive, respiratory, urinary, nervous, circulatory, immune, endocrine, and reproductive systems (such as brain, lungs, heart, trachea, stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, small intestine, large intestine, kidneys, urinary bladder, thyroid gland, uterus, ovaries, prostate, etc)
- all of the organs come in two versions: with their names written on them and without any text
- also includes a set of colour-your-own organs
- reference cards that have keys to building different systems
- information booklet with basic information and fun facts on all human body systems
In total, 100 pages of anatomy printables!
Want more anatomy activities? Try our bundles – Anatomy for Kids: Basic Systems and Anatomy for Kids: Advanced Systems! Following this hands-on anatomy unit study, children get to build life-size anatomy models of themselves, play with anatomy dress-up dolls, complete anatomy puzzles, build organs from play-dough, colour, draw and play games! The anatomy bundle is full of creative activities for young scientists.
Brittany Fisher –
This was probably the best 8 bucks I’ve spent on homeschool activities. We used contact paper and I laminated the pieces. The kids had a blast and learned so much!!!