Looking for a human body worksheet? Try this one!
As I drove my Five home from morning kindergarten, I told him I had a short learning activity for him to do before he could play with his little brother. He was disappointed, as the kids have been playing “library” in their bedroom after school – and he was anxious to organize his books!
Once he got started, though, he had so much fun – and even asked for more pages like this.
To do the activity, I got out our container of Unifix cubes. These are one of those manipulatives worth investing in – a classroom or homeschool staple, for sure. I also gave him a copy of the printable.
He measured the parts of his body listed at the bottom of the graph. To do this, he stacked Unifix cubes and lined them up next to the body part. Here he’s measuring the length of his hand.
Next, he colored the correct number of squares on the graph.
He continued this way until the page was complete. At the end, we compared the rows to see which body part was longest.
We hope you have fun with this one, too!
I am a mother of five, a grandma of five and a part time professional educator of preschoolers. I appreciate your work. I’d like ideas for projects. Currently we are focussed on The Human Body.
I don’t have many science activities on my site, but here are some great ones from Gift of Curiosity: https://www.giftofcuriosity.com/unit-study-the-human-body/
Hi tjank you for posting this. Could you please explain the idea bhond this? What is the purpose of this exercise? Thank you
Hello! The point of the activity is to give kids practice using nonstandard units of measurement.
The link to download not working for me tried numerous times.
Did you click on the box that says “Is the file not downloading or printing correctly?” It probably has the solution.