Learning About the Human Heart with FREE Printables and Activities

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Are you studying Anatomy in your homeschool this year?
humanheartactivitiesIf you are learning about Anatomy this year here are some great resources to put together your own unit study all about the human heart!

FREE Printables:
Print out sheet of the human heart with labels 
Billy Bear’s Heart Worksheets 
Cruisin’ the Heart Highway Worksheet
Human Heart Coloring Worksheet
The Parts of the Heart Blank Worksheet
Anatomical Heart Coloring Pages
Heart House Chart and Worksheet

The Heart Nomenclature Cards from Elementary Observations

Human Heart Clipart from Homeschool Clipart – there is a heart notebooking page, coloring page, heart labeling worksheet and heart anatomy chart.
Human Heart Resources for Homeschool:

Project Heart from the Texas Heart Institute is a website focused on teaching the basics of the cardiovascular system and cardiovascular health to elementary school children. There is a kids section full of  online games and activities. There is also a section just for educators with lesson plans broken down by grade level!

The Electric Heart from PBS NOVA  – this website has really cool interactive games and activities!

The Inner Body Website has an entire page devoted to the Cardiovascular System with interactive maps and tons of detailed information.

Watch the Heart Movie from Kids Health 
Science Experiments and Hands-on Activities:
Make a Stethoscope with free printable from Science Sparks

Make a Heart Pump from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
Human body unit study DIY Heart Pump @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

In a Heartbeat Experiment that observes your pulse with a marshmallow and a free printable worksheet. From What the Teacher Wants

Inflatable Heart Project from Kids Activity Blog
Learn about the heart with kids - Kids Activities Blog

Heart Beat the Clock Activity from Primary Theme Park

Human Heart Printable Craft from Learn Create Love

Here are some great books to use during your Human Heart Unit Study:

Tour Your Heart On The Heart Shuttle Express. A Children’s Book About How The Heart Works $2.99 for Kindle

Human Heart Lapbook: Plus FREE Printable Ebook $4.99

The Heart: All about Our Circulatory System and More! $6.99

A Heart Pumping Adventure: An Imaginative Journey Through the Circulatory System (Human Body Detectives)Was $12.95 Only $2.99 for Kindle! 77% OFF

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Written by Sarah


Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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