My Body - TCM-211 (Black Line Master)

My Body - TCM-211 (Black Line Master)

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Item #: 000874
ISBN: 9781557342119
Grades: 1-4

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A perfect introduction to the human body for a primary child! In this book, the body is explained, literally, piece by piece, as children add body parts to their own body outline! The book is full of reproducible handouts and patterns that tell you what the part of the body does and what color to make the organ. First you should explain the functions of the body part to start out your study. Then you cut, paste, and follow directions to place the body part correctly on each child's traced body outline. I would recommend only covering one or two body parts in a day. Then there are instructions on how to turn the explanation sheets into a small booklet that they children can keep! With the help of this book, your children will be introduced to the brain, heart, kidneys, bladder, cells, spleen, pancreas, gall bladder, reproductive organs, skeleton, muscles, stomach, intestines, liver, lungs, skin, eyes, nose, ears, tongue, and face. A "personal" approach to studying the human body! 40 pgs, pb. - elise

Category Description for Human Body Activity Books:
Category Description for HUMAN BODY / ANATOMY:
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Grade Start
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Patricia Carratello
Softcover Book
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Teacher Created Resources
0.25 (lbs.)
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.06"
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I chose this for an elementary co-op class
Deborah K on Jan 11, 2021
To teach about the human body
Nicole W on Sep 23, 2020
I chose this for an elementary co-op class
Deborah K on Jan 11, 2021
We are studying the body, organs and their functions with our K & 1st grader. Kids are so visual and this will be fun for them to do.
Carrie Lynn W on Nov 21, 2020
To teach about the human body
Nicole W on Sep 23, 2020
it was recommended
Mariana M on Sep 22, 2020
I have a friend who showed me this product. I said, "I like this!" and ordered it.
Sandra C on Aug 12, 2020
Looks like a good choice for Health subject.
John O on Aug 3, 2020
Classical Conversations cycle 3
Robin H on Jul 29, 2020
My third grader son said he would like to learn about the human body.
Linda H on Jul 20, 2020
this looks like a fun way to learn about body parts
Arin L on Jul 10, 2020
Required for Classical Conversations tutoring
Brittany M on Jul 2, 2020
Tutoring Foundations this fall and this is a great resource.
Sara H on Jun 24, 2020
We will use this for CC cycle 3
Shanan M on May 18, 2020
We will use this in Classical Conversations Cycle 3
Grace N on Apr 30, 2020
We needed a simplified overview of the human body especially designed for early elementary. It was recommended on Cathy Duffy's reviews.
I am teaching a unit on the human body and this is a great resource! I bought one book per student with my supply money for the class. I also give them a large 9x12 inch envelope to store their colored cutouts in. On the last day, each student will assemble their body on a life-sized outline of themselves.
L C on Dec 17, 2018
We are learning the body this year and this book is cute and simple.
Erin G on Oct 26, 2017
Grandson is interested in the human body.
Jennifer L on Sep 20, 2017
This resource was shown to me by another homeschooling mom and it looks so cool! I can't wait to go over the parts of the body, how they all work, and color as we learn. So exciting!
Sarah H on Sep 18, 2017
This looks like it has the entire body in one book!
Nichole M on Jul 28, 2017
Studying the body this year and this was recommended by our homeschool program.
Jennifer C on Jul 10, 2017
Creative outlet for Anatomy learning.
Thecla H on Jul 9, 2017
I need this as a tutor through classical conversations
Randi T on Jun 21, 2017
I purchased this for our Classical Conversations homeschool community for next year
Rebecca S on Apr 27, 2017
Cover topics desired in a straightforward manner. Easy to understand as an introduction to said topics for the first time, in a fun and engaging way.
Kimberly A on Feb 20, 2017
recommended from a forum on the well trained mind
ko eun b on Jan 19, 2017
This was suggested to us by another homeschool mom. We cannot wait to do this project!
Ashley D on Jan 4, 2017
Recommended By Classical Conversations
Maria S on Dec 10, 2016
I am a teacher looking for an updated copy of this book to use with my students.
Elizabeth G on Nov 3, 2016
Supplement science curriculum.
Penelope R on Aug 30, 2016
Fun and engaging tool for Kindergarten through Third Grade!
User on Aug 4, 2016
easy and fun for my 4 and 7 year old
Rebecca Miller on May 23, 2016
This book is a super fun way to teach young children about the parts of the body. I've enjoyed using it with a class several times already.
Rachel W on May 18, 2016
Needed a workbook for our human body unit for my 1st grader
Marji H on Mar 22, 2016
gift for grandchildren
Theodora Ava H on Mar 12, 2016
thinking about using this book for school project
Julianne G on Mar 12, 2016
Heard good things about it
Hannah D on Nov 11, 2015
I did this when I was homeschooled and I remember it! I want my children to experience and remember as well.
Jason L on Oct 19, 2015
We are studying the body, organs and their functions with our K & 1st grader. Kids are so visual and this will be fun for them to do.
Carrie Lynn W on Nov 21, 2020
it was recommended
Mariana M on Sep 22, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
My Body workbook
My kids really enjoy this activity book. We traced their bodies on white paper and have been studying an organ a day and pasting it in the appropriate place. It's very simple but affective. For older kids they can even do copy work about each organ. Great value!
March 5, 2016
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
This was a wonderful project for our family I used it for a 4 and 6 year old Great short kid friendly explanation for each body part No prep time need (other than making copies of the body parts) I had the kids lay on bulletin board paper and traced their bodies on the first day then we slowly added a body part once or twice a week Some of the organs were a bit big for my 4 year olds body but I would just cut them smaller or pinch fold them in the middle to make them smaller Totally worth the price!
April 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5
I just finished "My Body" with our 5 year old son and our 6 year old daughter I actually traced their body on butcher paper Then they colored and cut out the parts while I read the little blurb about it You fasten the parts with glue and brad fasteners so that you can move them to see what's underneath It is a great introduction to the human body for early elementary children and very cost effective We also supplemented with picture books from the public library My 5 year old says "it was interesting"
April 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5
We used the �My Body� book to learn simple internal human anatomy when my daughter was 4 years old It made for an excellent semester-long science program It would also work well for older children either alone or as a supplement The basic premise is to make a large human body shape out of paper then attach parts of the body photocopied from this book The book gives specific instructions for how and where to attach the pieces to make the human body figure correct such as placing the gallbladder behind the liver My daughter colored each body part according to the recommended colors while I read to her a provided page about how that body part functions We covered one body part per week or older kids could do more When our grandmother had a problem with her spleen my daughter at age 4 knew exactly what the spleen was and why it was important that Grandma go to the doctor! Another time a relative was quite surprised that she knew where her bladder was and all about its function � although I must admit she didn�t pick the best time and place to have a discussion about body functions The only modification we made to the use of the �My Body� book was to actually trace my daughter�s body outline on a large roll of paper instead of using a generic body shape She was just the right size for the body parts provided and it really helped bring anatomy to life for her to put the pieces on her own body We kept the body chart hanging on our wall for two years and used it often as a reference The price of the book was quite reasonable especially since we�ll use it again
October 19, 2008

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