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Monday, March 2, 2020

10 Circulatory System Activities and Projects for Kids

Upper elementary and middle school teachers will find 10 free activities, games printables, and projects to help their students learn about the circulatory system within a human body systems unit.

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1. Circulatory System Experiment - Make a Working Model of the Heart

You may also like this Pumping Heart Model on Amazon:

2.  Free Bill Nye Blood and Circulation Video

3. The Circulatory System Free Online Matching Game by Click the picture.

You may also like this game from Amazon for your science centers:

4. Free Reading Passage from the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Click the picture.

5. The U.S. National Library of Medicine has a great chart for each of the body systems. Click the picture.

You may also like the 18" x 27" charts from Amazon:

6. Free Circulatory System Video with an Interactive Quiz at the End.

Please click HERE to download.

Free Circulatory System video and quiz

7. Printable Model of the Human Heart. Just right click the picture.

8.  Free Circulatory System Lesson from PBS Learning Media
Includes interactive games, printable documents and a word search puzzle.

9. LiveScience has 11 surprising facts about the circulatory systems. Your students could make posters out of each fact for a bulletin board. Click the picture.

10. Printable sheet on how your heart works. Right click on the picture.

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