1. Kindergarten xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water — What a cool experiment! 
Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mslaura/4023084459/

    Kindergarten xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water — What a cool experiment! 

    Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mslaura/4023084459/

  2. The delicate science of keeping preemies alive
Source: http://www.tampabay.com/specials/2012/reports/juniper/nicu.shtml
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    The delicate science of keeping preemies alive

    Source: http://www.tampabay.com/specials/2012/reports/juniper/nicu.shtml

  3. Great activity to learn about red blood cells. 

Source: http://science-mattersblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/body-systems-cardiovascular-system.html

    Great activity to learn about red blood cells. 

    Source: http://science-mattersblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/body-systems-cardiovascular-system.html

  4. Discover the inside of the human body with this felt board anatomy set. Explore different organs and how they fit together to create organ systems. Overlay the pieces to see how different systems fit together and learn how the inside of your body works. 

Source: http://www.etsy.com/listing/97682600/human-anatomy-felt-board-organ-systems
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    Discover the inside of the human body with this felt board anatomy set. Explore different organs and how they fit together to create organ systems. Overlay the pieces to see how different systems fit together and learn how the inside of your body works. 

    Source: http://www.etsy.com/listing/97682600/human-anatomy-felt-board-organ-systems

  5. Make plasma soup and explore the components of blood!
Source: http://www.education.com/activity/article/Components_Blood/

    Make plasma soup and explore the components of blood!

    Source: http://www.education.com/activity/article/Components_Blood/

  6. The following website has great ideas for fun science activities to do with kids — 
http://katherinemaries.com/blog/archives/12047
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    The following website has great ideas for fun science activities to do with kids —

    http://katherinemaries.com/blog/archives/12047

  7. Such a great way to learn all about anatomy.
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    Such a great way to learn all about anatomy.

  8. Kid-size human body poster — another great way to teach children about their insides! 

Follow the link below for more information and print-outs of the tracers:
http://earlybirdhomeschool.com/2010/04/kid-size-human-body-posters/

    Kid-size human body poster — another great way to teach children about their insides! 

    Follow the link below for more information and print-outs of the tracers:

    http://earlybirdhomeschool.com/2010/04/kid-size-human-body-posters/

  9. "The balloon represents the lung and the plastic sheet across the bottom of the bottle represents the diaphragm muscle.  As you pull the tab down, you contract the diaphragm and inflate the lung.  As you push the tab back up, the diaphragm relaxes and the lung deflates.  It is a subtle inflate/deflate with the balloon, but the girls were able to see the basic idea of how the diaphragm and lungs work.”

Follow the link below for more information on this project:
http://earlybirdhomeschool.com/2010/03/soda-bottle-lung-model/

    "The balloon represents the lung and the plastic sheet across the bottom of the bottle represents the diaphragm muscle.  As you pull the tab down, you contract the diaphragm and inflate the lung.  As you push the tab back up, the diaphragm relaxes and the lung deflates.  It is a subtle inflate/deflate with the balloon, but the girls were able to see the basic idea of how the diaphragm and lungs work.”



    Follow the link below for more information on this project:

    http://earlybirdhomeschool.com/2010/03/soda-bottle-lung-model/