Using Art with Science

We all know that drawing specimens, whether living or non-living, will help a student better retain what they are learning in science. They might even understand some things a little better.

a typical bone cut-away drawingClassic Things to Draw

Draw and Label
Anatomy: Ear - Eye - Tooth - Cell - Cross-section of Skin Layers - Skeleton - Digestive System - Tongue
Plants: Reproductive systems of flowers

Draw a diagram of a lunar eclipse: Lunar Eclipse. Print this page out for the middle grade children to do. Visit this page for basic information about lunar eclipses.
Flower with Bees and Pollen This is a very high resolution image. The drawing is on the upper half of the sheet with a gray grid overlay. The lower half has only the gray grid. 

Labeled Flower Parts reference sheet

Skeleton My happy-looking skeleton. This guy is devoid of any lines or markings, so you can use this handout to teach any bone names that are needed. :-) If you want one with lines go to: Apologia General Science
Worksheet - A "color the parts" worksheet

Color the parts. Color the O that is next to the name, then color the body part the same color.

O tongue, O larynx, O trachea, O pancreas, O stomach, O small intestine, O rectum, O salivary glands, O pharynx, O esophagus, O lungs, O liver, O gall bladder, O large intestine, O appendix, O anus


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