Little Kids’ Anatomy Week 1

Next: Week 2

Click here for tips on how to use the schedule.

Please let us know if you find a bad link in the schedule by reporting it in the comments section below.

Click here to return to the Little Kids’ Anatomy schedule home page.
Thank You,
The Guest Family
© Guest Hollow, LLC

Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5
First Human Body Encyclopedia (DK First Reference) First Human Body Encyclopediap. 4-5 Your amazing bodyp. 6-7 What makes you you?p. 8-9 Building blocks
My First Human Body BookMy First Human Body BookColor p. 1 Look What’s Inside (cells)
Easy Make & Learn Projects: Human BodyEasy Make & Learn Projectsp. 11-13 Cell mobile
Why I Sneeze, Shiver, Hiccup, & Yawn
Why I Sneeze, Shiver, Hiccup, & Yawn
Read this week.
Cells for KidsThe Magic School bus Goes Cellular
Note: This video must be purchased to view.
Printables and Activities
My Body Lapbookp. 18-21
My Body Systems
Choose from the buffet:Crayola cell coloring page

Activity: Make a Jell-O cell
You’ll need to explain the different cell parts and your child can help you choose from an assortment of ingredients to represent those parts. Don’t expect your child to remember everything. This is just an introduction to cells and a fun activity to make them more memorable.

LeapFrog Magic Adventures Microscope
This is optional! The point of the microscope is to teach kids that things are made up of smaller parts (cells, etc.). The microscope has a variety of “smart slides” to explore. You can also look at samples of things from around the house using the reusable slides or the tray for bigger items. This toy will give younger kids a microscope experience and help them understand the concept of bigger things being made of smaller components. You should introduce it now while studying cells but can encourage its use throughout the year to explore lots of other items just for fun.

Day 1 video:

Day 3 video: Note: This video must be purchased in order to view.

Leave a Comment