Human Body Project: A Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap Model
This foldable is a great idea for students to understand how the human body functions and where organs are located. This activity can be completed in groups and can be placed around the classroom for students to recall on information. What makes this activity interesting is that students can lift up a cut-out of an organ and read the characteristics and the role it plays in our body. KR
La antigua alberca es hoy la piscina de las niñas de la casa. Bandeja de plata y portavelas de La Casa de la Abuela. Vajilla verde, copas y macetas, en Cachemir.
Vickys Home: Una casa de cuento / One story house
La comezon del septimo año, 1954.
Base of the skull -
Cranial Nerves. To know as much as possible about the brain. Kinda like a brain expert although I'm not sure that will ever happen bc the God makes our brains so complex, and that's exactly why I love studying it!
How to Draw Perspective Landscape
How to draw perspective landscape. A step-by-step tutorial for young artists. PDF download is available at Art Projects for Kids.org
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anna-vital: “ How To Think Visually Using Visual Analogies Most research in cognitive science explores how we see things but little research is done on how we understand what we see. Understanding is the ultimate test of how good your visualization...