Lesson Time to really get moving! It will be red faces and huffing and puffing all around as the children feel the effects of exercise on their own bodies. During the exercises they record how they are feeling and measure changes. Suitable for Y4 pupils.
Resource Use the blank skeleton as a starter labelling activity. Students should cut out and label the skeleton and attach using butterfly clips. Re-cap with blank skeletons. Go through powerpoint to highlight key facts about the skelton and functions of the skeletal system.
Resource This is a presentation that teaches pupils about the human skeleton. It covers the names of the main bones of the skeleton (including common and scientific names). It explains the different types of joint and how they work. The plenary is a series of X-Rays, each with a question.
Website Full planning from Hamilton Trust:Find out about food groups and healthy balanced diets. Study the human digestive system and how food is transported around the body. Investigate skeletons and look closely at bones, joints and muscles and compare with animal skeletons. Discover effects of exercise.
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