1. I love this creative cartoon explaining what happens when you get a cut. 
Source: http://dogfoose.com/2011/03/cut-dried/
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    I love this creative cartoon explaining what happens when you get a cut. 

    Source: http://dogfoose.com/2011/03/cut-dried/

  2. This website has some awesome writing prompts available to print - love it! 

Source: http://whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com/2011/04/wonderful-world-of-writing.html

    This website has some awesome writing prompts available to print - love it! 

    Source: http://whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com/2011/04/wonderful-world-of-writing.html

  3. What do my guts do?!

Source: http://iheartguts.com/

    What do my guts do?!

    Source: http://iheartguts.com/

  4. Happy tooth, Sad tooth worksheet activity -Discuss each food and have the children decide if it’s healthy or unhealthy for teeth and place them next to the appropriate tooth. Source: http://www.prekfun.com/themes/prekthemes/a-f/dental_hygiene/Dental_Hygiene__FlannelBoard.htm

    Happy tooth, Sad tooth worksheet activity -Discuss each food and have the children decide if it’s healthy or unhealthy for teeth and place them next to the appropriate tooth. Source: http://www.prekfun.com/themes/prekthemes/a-f/dental_hygiene/Dental_Hygiene__FlannelBoard.htm

  5. Reflexology tips for infants.
Source: http://www.honeydumplings.com/hd/reflexology_tips.html

    Reflexology tips for infants.

    Source: http://www.honeydumplings.com/hd/reflexology_tips.html

  6. "Childhood has its own ways of seeing, thinking, and feeling…" - Jean Jacques Rousseau
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    "Childhood has its own ways of seeing, thinking, and feeling…" - Jean Jacques Rousseau

  7. "Children learn for the sake of learning; their minds seek knowledge like the eye seeks light." - John Locke
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    "Children learn for the sake of learning; their minds seek knowledge like the eye seeks light." - John Locke

  8. "Body Systems Foldable - perfect for teaching about the body and a specific diagnosis"
 
Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimmiehomeschoolmom/552301087/

    "Body Systems Foldable - perfect for teaching about the body and a specific diagnosis"

     

    Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimmiehomeschoolmom/552301087/

  9. I was recently inspired by one of my previous posts with this band-aid art idea. My twist however was that the children who made these “get well cards” could either keep them or leave them with me and I’d take it to a patient in the hospital. It was a great hit! Children and teens of all ages came by to make some and even some parents! It was very fun to see how creative children can be with medical supplies. 

Things I used for this craft:
- band aids
- gauze
- construction paper 
- glue
- googly eyes 
- markers
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    I was recently inspired by one of my previous posts with this band-aid art idea. My twist however was that the children who made these “get well cards” could either keep them or leave them with me and I’d take it to a patient in the hospital. It was a great hit! Children and teens of all ages came by to make some and even some parents! It was very fun to see how creative children can be with medical supplies.

    Things I used for this craft:
    - band aids
    - gauze
    - construction paper
    - glue
    - googly eyes
    - markers

  10. This is such a cute print out to transform any hospital room into a paper parisian vacation. 

    Source: http://madebyjoel.com/2011/08/paper-city-paris.html