Our bodies are amazing collections of parts! There are the parts we see, of course, like our arms and legs, but there are also dozens of important internal organs that make up our body systems. If you’ve ever struggled with how to help your child remember which organs do what jobs, download the Human Body Systems Vocabulary Copywork!
This unit looks at 67 terms related to body systems. There are 12 for the circulatory system, 13 for the respiratory system, 16 for the digestive system, 13 for the nervous system, 6 for the muscular system, and 7 for the skeletal system. From the heart and the superior vena cava to bone marrow and the axial skeleton, your students can learn these terms and definitions by copying them on the print copywork pages included. Plus, for extra fun, they can color the borders of the copywork pages to create their own, personalized book. Don’t miss this 78-page resource!
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