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TES iboard labelling activity with a twist. Construct the skeleton and drag the fader bar to check the bones are in the right place. Choose a boy's or girl's body using the buttons below the skeleton. Pupils can be asked to drag labels or type their own depending on ability and lesson objectives. Some pupils might like to label with the names of the bones rather than the body parts.

TS iboard. Click the buttons on the face to choose hair style, eyes and lips for the face. Pupils can represent themselves or simply

TES iboard.Collect data from the class and enter it in a pictogram. Which eye colour is the most/least common? Hold a class investigation, e.g. 'Which eye colour is the most/least common?' Invite observations and draw out conclusions from the data.

Activities designed to encourage children to think about the characteristics of a range of animals, including humans

Get pupils to assemble the skeleton, measure their own bodies and learn some facts with this online lesson from the BBC

Links to quiz and worksheets related to living things. The activities look at: senses, movement, habitat, food, life and appearance of living things.

Flash activity on living and non-living things. Pupils can identify living things and inanimate objects. Pupils can also label the organisms in the diagrams. Too basic for some.

TES iboard. How old do pupils think they were when they learnt key skills? Which picture best represents each stage?

BBC Bitesize resource on the senses for KS1

BBC Bitesize resources on parts of the human body introducing different organs.

BBC bitesize resource for ages 5-7 on staying healthy.

TES iboard. Click each picture and hear the activity. Choose between 4, 6 and 8 activities for your day and put them in the right order. Listen to the playback to check your choices.

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