Fun Learning For Kids : The Human Body

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Teach children the parts of a human body and it's intricate workings through these interactive visual puzzles.

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<ul><li> 1. EOTO : The Human Body Fun Learning for KidsWeekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com</li></ul> <p> 2. Each individual has a blood type. Can you guess which blood type is the following: a. Universal blood donor : b. Universal blood recipient:Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 3. Human thumbs are called opposable thumbs. This means that our thumbs move in an opposite direction to our fingers. It is because of our opposable thumbs that humans can easily grasp or turn doorknobs and other items. List the animals that have opposable thumbsWeekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 4. Who Am I? a. I am white and rather bony. I run all along your body With my help, you can sit, stand and bend. b. I am the strongest muscle in your body I help you chew your food I know what tastes sweet, salty and bitter.Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 5. There are many famous idioms that include the human body to describe situations or feelings. Complete the following idioms: a.When something is too difficult to understand, one says, It just went over my ____.b.When one sympathises with a person, one says, My ___ goes out to you.c.When one senses something about a person or a place, one says I have a ___ feeling. This will be good.d.When one feels nervous, one says I have butterflies in my ______!Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 6. Identify the different parts of the human digestive system.Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 7. From the word search, find 8 external parts of the human body.Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 8. Answers: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.a: O-ve, b: AB+ Chimps, koalas, giant panda, apes, gorillas a: Skeleton, b: Tongue a: Head, B: Heart, C: Gut, D: Stomach 1: Mouth, 2: Esophagus, 3: Liver, 4: Large Intestine, 5: Stomach, 6: Pancreas, 7: Small Intestine 6. Hair, nail, knuckle, finger, toe, elbow, nose, earlobeWeekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 9. Thank You! Connect with us @ slideshare.net/followrobinage facebook.com/followrobinage twitter.com/followrobinagePrint this slideshow to teach kids offline!Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com</p>