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Unit study resources: Studying the human body

Downloads available @ http://christianhomeschoolhub.spruz.com/science-1st---12th.htm
Downloads available @ http://christianhomeschoolhub.spruz.com/science-1st---12th.htm
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Are you planning a unit study on the human body? If so, the Christian Home School Hub has a variety of printable resources for you to use. In this article, you’ll find a list of these resources as well as several links for online learning and great books to check out at your local library.

Downloads, links and books for a Unit Study on the Human Body
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Downloads on the Hub include:

  • Human Body Lapbook Unit
  • Atlas of the Human Body
  • Neuroscience Coloring Book
  • Worksheets on the heart, brain, eyes, and ears
  • Worksheets covering the skeletal and digestive systems

To find these downloads, simply go to: http://christianhomeschoolhub.spruz.com/science-1st---12th.htm

For online learning, check out the following websites: Cells Alive, The Inner Body, Kid’s Health, BBC: Human Body, Anatomy Arcade, Get Body Smart, and Body & Mind.

You should be able to find some great books at your local library for a human body unit study. Here are several recommendations:

  • Everything you need to know about the human body (Macnair, Patricia Ann)
  • Human body (Green, Dan)
  • 100 things you should know about the human body (Parker, Steve)
  • The complete human body : the definitive visual guide (DK Publishing)
  • Easy genius science projects with the human body : great experiments and ideas (Gardner, Robert)
  • Human body (Claybourne, Ann)
  • The human body : 25 fantastic projects illuminate how the body works (Reilly, Kathleen M)
  • Draw the human body (Spencer, Roy)
  • The human body book (Parker, Steve)
  • Netter's atlas of the human body (Netter, Frank H)

To reserve these or similar books at any Jefferson County library, click here.

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