The mysteries of the human body
How many bones are there in the human body? Which is the largest organ? Can a muscle expand? What is the length of the intestine? Your young anatomists will discover the secrets of this amazing machine that is the human being by participating at our five stations on the digestive system, the skeleton, the organs and muscles, all supervised by Oscar, our favourite skeleton!
For 30 more minutes:
Let’s play tricks on your brain with our two experiments on the five senses (sight and touch).
Objectives at the elementary level:
- Describe the components and functions of the major muscles and organs of the human anatomy.
- Identify the different parts of the musculoskeletal system.
- Identify the organs of the digestive system and describe their functions.
Objectives at the secondary level:
- Identify the major parts of the digestive system and their roles.
- Identify and describe the function of the digestive glands in the digestive system.
- Explain the functions of bones, joints and muscles (biceps and triceps).
- If there is little time between animation activities, it is strongly recommended to set them up in the same area.
- Five teams must be formed before the science animator arrives. (60 min.)
- Six teams must be formed before the science animator arrives. (90 min.)