Science & Nature
Human Body FLEX Part 1
In this four week flex class, students will learn about four different body systems (Digestive system, Skeletal System, Respiratory System, and Circulatory System.) They will engage in weekly art activities and science experiments.
year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
Over 4 weeks
No live meetings
In this four week FLEX class, students will learn about four different body systems (The Digestive system, The Skeletal System, The Respiratory System, and The Circulatory System.) This is a FLEX class which means there are no live meetings. Students can complete the lessons and activities at their own pace throughout the week. They can message the teacher with questions or comments at any time. Each week, students will be provided with short videos which will include a vibrant presentation...
Students will learn about four different body systems and participate in engaging activities and worksheets.
I am a certified early childhood and elementary education teacher with 10 years experience. I taught science to all elementary grade levels for 5 years.
Each week will consist of one or two videos. The lesson will be about 10 to 15 minutes long. The hands-on activity of the week will take about 15-30 minutes. A short worksheet will also be provided.
**If you are missing any of these materials, feel free to send me a message and I can come up with an alternative! Week 1: Digestive System T-shirt, poster board, or large piece of paper Markers Scissors Glue/tape Various craft supplies (feathers, pompoms, gems, tissue paper, etc...) Week 2: Skeletal System Paper Pencil Glue Q-tips or pasta Week 3: Respiratory System Paper Markers 2 zip lock bags 2 straws (that can bend at the tips) Tape Week 4: Circulatory System Paper A pencil Play dough (2 different colors)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will submit their worksheets to the teacher for personalized feedback. Students will post pictures of their completed assignments in the classroom.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some students may need help completing the hands-on activities.