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Human Brain | Parts of the Brain | Human Body Organs | Nervous System

$9.00

Description

Are you teaching the human brain but having trouble finding kid-friendly, engaging text, activities, and diagrams? This complete 7 day unit includes everything you need to teach your upper elementary students about the human brain and brain parts. Both a print and interactive digital version made for Google slides are included.

Lessons cover parts of the brain, neurons, nerves, neuroscience, memory, intelligence, learning, brain health, and brain disorders. Students will love the fun, engaging activities provided. You will love that activities are low to no-prep and completely planned out for you!

What does a lesson look like? Daily lessons include an objective, learning through videos and/ or the included informational texts, hands-on activities, and daily exit slip to assess student understanding.

Digital Version:

Everything you need for an engaging, interactive digital unit is included. Lessons have been divided into units, making it easy to assign and complete activities based on objectives. This unit was designed in a way for students to guide themselves through learning, making it easy for the teacher. The unit has been made for use with Google Slides and Google forms (included end of unit quiz.)

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WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • Link to digital version made for Google slides
  • 7 days of lesson plans: lesson plans and needed resources are included for easy implementation
  • 6 color brain vocabulary posters: Includes words brain, brain stem, cerebellum, cerebrum, nerves, neurons
  • Brain Videos: 2 posters included with links to brain videos (one with QR codes and one with website links)
  • Video viewing guide: Fill out this viewing guide graphic organizer while watching any of the brain videos
  • Informational texts: Includes kid-friendly texts including “All about the Brain”, “Neuroscience”, parts of the brain, and “Memory, Learning, and Intelligence”
  • Brain parts: Learn about the parts of the brain with a cut and paste foldable and a brain gallery walk activity
  • Parts of the Nervous System Diagram: Color diagram and text about the parts of the nervous system.
  • Brain diagrams: Many brain diagrams included. Both color, black/ white, and fill in the blank versions included.
  • vocabulary foldable: foldable are included to cover vocabulary words. Foldables can be glued into a science notebook or stapled to keep in a folder.
  • Brain Disorder Research: Research common brain disorders and create an informational brochure. Research websites included.
  • Healthy Brain: Cut and paste activity about making healthy choices for your body
  • Brain Facts Puzzle: Answer interesting facts about the brain using the code
  • Brain Challenge: Your students will love this brain challenge activity to see how they can improve their own brain power!
  • Sentence Writing: Use the two vocabulary words to write a factual sentence about the brain.
  • Opinion Writing: Brain opinion writing prompt, graphic organizer, and writing page
  • Daily exit slips: Exit slips are included for 8 days of the unit to review what was learned.
  • Coloring Notes: Brain and parts of the brain coloring notes pages (graphic organizers meet coloring pages) Filled in and blank versions available.
  • Brain project: Brain project choice board and rubric (great as a culminating assessment of the unit)

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What teachers like you are saying…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Timothy said, “My son chose to study the brain as enrich while remote learning. He loved this packet and still refers to it when discussing how the brain works!!”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Staci said, “I used this to teach about the nervous system. It was the 3rd one I brought because the other ones were lacking. This resource is perfect for 2-4th grades and unlike other resources, the information is there too.”

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Dawn B. said, “My students loved to step away from the text and have more hands-on activities (I used this prior to DL). I was also able to incorporate pieces into my DL learning this year. I know it was blocked for the younger grades, but sometimes the high school kiddos need this as well.”

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