Learning about the human body and all its mechanisms and wonders makes for some really fun lessons for children. How do all our organs work? How do the body systems relate to each other? How do we learn? What are we made of? As children grow, hundreds of questions arise in their minds. Their curiosities can be explained using entertaining and educational resources to teach them how the human body works.
Infographics are the perfect visual tools to represent figures, data, structures, and explanations. These illustrations teach and enable understanding efficiently and creatively.
This diagram reflects the levels of cellular organization in living multicellular beings, such as people. Students will visually learn that cells are grouped to form tissues, various tissues form organs, and numerous organs make up a system. All of these cells, tissues, organs, and systems make up a living being!
Our perception determines how we react to stimuli. This poster helps to distinguish involuntary or reflex actions from voluntary actions.
Senses allow us to interact with the world. Thanks to our senses we can see, smell, taste, and touch everything which surrounds us. Using these posters, students visually learn how our bodies respond to stimuli, how our organs relate to our senses, and how perceived information is transmitted to the brain.
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