Me and My Amazing Body


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Me and My Amazing Body: An Early Elementary Human Body Study

Me and My Amazing Body is a great introduction unit study to learn about the human body and how it works. This study guide is geared toward ages 4-8 and will help children learn many of the functioning parts of the body. It is compiled of 10 units and teaches children through books, hands on experiments, crafts, recipes, and fun videos!

The 10 units they will be learning about:

  • My Body
  • My Skin/Senses
  • My Skeleton
  • My Muscles
  • My Brain
  • My Blood & Veins
  • My Heart
  • My Lungs
  • My Stomach & Intestines
  • My Germs

Each of these units prompts you on what to read, additional book lists, videos to watch, activities and experiments with easy-to-follow instructions and photos, templates for activities, and a flip body project.

At the end of every unit, each child will be creating a body cut out and drawing/coloring the body part they learned about. They will be able to add to this to their photo cut out making a moveable body of all the body parts they learned.

Best for ages 4-8 years. Perfect for homeschool, classroom, or co-op.

Books required to go with this guide: (all can be found on Amazon)

  • Me and My Amazing Body by Joan Sweeney
  • DK First Human Body Encyclopedia
  • Optional Read Aloud: Human Body Theater by Maris Wicks

This guide is 51 pages.


**This is a digital PDF. NO physical product will be mailed to you. After you purchase, you can download your guide immediately, or an email with the download will be sent to you to download at any time. (If you are unable to find the email, please be sure to check your Spam folder.)

*This product is meant for personal use only and is not to be shared, copied, or sold as your own. I do grant permission to print multiple copies of the templates and printables for members of your personal homeschool, classroom, or co-op.

1 review for Me and My Amazing Body

  1. Jessica Sommerfeld

    Love this unit study! Super fun way to learn about maps, our world, and how we fit into it! This was also a fun way to compare where we used to live and where we moved to!

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