Organs of the Human Body

Organs of the Human Body

Organs of the Human Body by bbc.co.uk

This interactive depiction of the human organs enables pupils to click on each organ in turn and to read about its function, its position and its physical location.


There is also an option to Organise the Organs – an interactive activity in which pupils use the mouse to rotate an image if any given organ and then drag it into its correct position.

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An introduction to the major organs of the human body

introduction to major organs of the human body
An introduction to the major organs of the human body by bbc.co.uk

An animated sequence which tours the human body, picturing and naming the major organs. The job of each organ is briefly explained. The brain, heart, lungs, stomach, liver, kidneys, intestines and skin are all mentioned.

The clip also stresses the importance of a healthy diet and exercise to keep your organs in good condition.

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Is it Alive? Characteristics of living things

Is it Alive? by bbc.co.uk

Characteristics of living things
An animated sequence by the BBC that shows the key differences between living things, dead things and things that have never been alive. In a park setting, we see birds, trees and rabbits.

The commentary tells us that like all living things, they react to their surroundings, grow, reproduce, feed and get rid of waste. They need air, too.

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Life Processes – MRS NERG

Life Processes - MRS NERG

 

Life Processes from ICTteachers.co.uk

The 7 processes that are common to all living things are outlined in this downloadable PowerPoint presentation from ictteachers.co.uk. 

The main 4 attributes under consideration for use in KS2 would be Movement, Reproduction, Nutrition and Growth.

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