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Human Anatomy: Liver

Learn all about the liver with this anatomy sheet. Our liver is one of many organs in the digestive system expelling waste from the body.

Human Anatomy: Muscles

Studying human anatomy? Here is a great sheet that shows a diagram of all the muscle system. Your child will learn the scientific terms of the major muscles.

Human Anatomy: Stomach

How much does your child know about the structure of his stomach? Learn a bit about this important organ with an informative anatomy sheet!

Human Anatomy: Intestines

Read about the intestines, an important part of our digestive process. Your child will see a diagram of this body organ and learn important terms and concepts.

Human Skeletal System

Did you know there are over 200 bones in the human body? Learn more about the human skeletal system with this diagram and info sheet!

Human DNA

Human anatomy may be complicated, but even more intricate is our DNA! Learn the basics of our body's building blocks with an informative sheet.

Human Anatomy: Heart

Ever wonder how the human body functions? Enjoy this great info sheet all about the human heart, one of our most important organs.

Human Anatomy: Kidney

Did you know people can live with just one kidney? Get a head start on human anatomy with this info sheet on kidneys.

Human Anatomy: Bladder

Learn the basics of human anatomy with this info sheet all about the bladder. Your child will learn the different parts of the bladder

Muscle Diagram

Studying the human body? Get to know your body inside and out with this muscle diagram.

Human Anatomy: Sense of Touch

Learn about your sense of touch with this Awesome Anatomy page on the nervous system.

Human Anatomy: Pancreas

If your child is starting to learn human biology, give him a great study sheet with this anatomy worksheet about the pancreas.

Human Anatomy: Tongue

How does our sense of taste function? Introduce your child to the anatomy of our tongue with this diagram and info sheet.

Human Anatomy: Lungs

Learn all about how we breathe with this info sheet about lungs. Your child will learn the different parts of the lung, including terms and concepts.

Human Anatomy: Nose

Did you know our sense of smell is also called "olfactory"? Learn about the structure and function of the nose with this human anatomy sheet.

Skeleton Diagram

This skeletal system worksheet, featuring a funny diagram of a human skeleton, is just the thing kids need to master their skeletal system vocabulary.

Human Anatomy: Ear, Nose, Throat

See just how connected the ears, nose and throat are with this anatomy worksheet!

Human Body Diagram

For those of you studying human anatomy, here is a great diagram of the major organs in our body!

Human Anatomy: Brain

The brain is the most important organ in the human body. Get a basic grasp on the parts and functions of the brain with this anatomy info sheet.

Sense of Touch

Does your child know his five senses? Give him an introduction to human anatomy with this sense of touch worksheet.

Human Anatomy: Ear

How does our hearing work? Give your child a great guide to the anatomy of our ears with this anatomy worksheet.

Human Anatomy: Eye

Just like the rest of our body, our eyes are a complicated system! Learn about how the human eye works with this anatomy sheet.

Human Anatomy: Skin

Did you know that our skin is actually an organ? In fact, it's the largest organ in our bodies! Learn about our skin with this anatomy sheet.

Human Anatomy: Thyroid

Do you know what the thyroid does? Learn about our body's largest gland with this human anatomy info sheet.

Awesome Anatomy: What's Eating You?

Read up on the digestive system with this page, which follows your food from start to finish.

Awesome Anatomy: If I Only Had a Heart!

This Awesome Anatomy coloring page focuses on the heart and all the different parts of it.

Awesome Anatomy: Chomping at the Bit

Humans have 32 teeth, including wisdom teeth, and this diagram has the names of all the other 28.

Awesome Anatomy: If I Only Had a Brain!

This Awesome Anatomy sheet focuses on the brain, often considered the most vital of vital organs.

How We Breathe: Awesome Anatomy

Color in this Awesome Anatomy page on the respiratory system and learn about how we breathe!

Awesome Anatomy: Follow Your Heart

This Awesome Anatomy page focuses on the heart and how it pumps blood to all parts of your body.

Circulation Station: Awesome Anatomy

This Awesome Anatomy coloring page shows how blood circulates through your body.

Awesome Anatomy: Vision Precision

Learn all about vision and sight with this life science diagram.

Awesome Anatomy: Skull Science

Cranium, noodle, melon, noggin...the human skull has been called a lot of things over the years. Here are the proper names for each part.

Awesome Anatomy: Do You Smell Something?

Learn all about your sense of smell with this diagram and coloring page.

Awesome Anatomy: Eye See

This Awesome Anatomy coloring page is all about the human eye, and makes a handy study tool as well!

How the Ears Work: Awesome Anatomy

Color this Awesome Anatomy coloring page that focuses on how the ears work to hear sound.

Awesome Anatomy: Speaking of Which...

Check out this Awesome Anatomy page about your voice.

Learn the Bone Zone: Torso

This kid-friendly, fill-in-the-blank diagram helps your fifth grader learn the technical terms for the bones in his torso.

Learn the Bone Zone: Skull

Teach your fifth grader about this important bony structure with a fill-in-the-blank skull diagram.

Learn the Bone Zone: Legs

This bright and colorful worksheet helps your child bring the technical terms of the bones in his legs down to size.

Bones in the Human Body: Arms

Improve your child's knowledge of bones in the human body, with this fun worksheet that focuses on the bones of the arms.

Learn the Bone Zone: Spine

Quiz your kid on the names of bones in his spine with this colorful worksheet.

Learn the Bone Zone: Hands and Feet

This worksheet gives your fifth grader some skeleton know-how, as she fills in the diagram with the bones from the wrist to the fingertips.

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