How the Body Works Main Page

Sign Up for our FREE Newsletter!

An error occurred trying to load this video. We'll send you a link to a secure page where you can easily create your new password Go back to sign in page. What happens when you add mentos to diet coke? Water, Trees, Carbon, Nitrogen Students will learn how materials are recycled in nature. Check out our range of food pictures , photos, images and diagrams. Peristalsis moves digested food through the small intestine, where most of the nutrients and water are absorbed, before it enters the large intestine.

Other SMART Resources

Human Body Systems

Her novelAn Uninterrupted View Senior Portraits for Class of This message is for rising seniors and their parents. Prestige Portraits by Lifetouch is our official senior portrait photographer Elimination of Graduation Test Requirements: How to Receive Your Diploma.

Enrollment Information for New Students. Senior Financial Aid Night at 6: Softball at Dalton at 5: Softball at HOME vs. SE Whitfield at 5: Volleyball at HOME vs. Lafayette JV at 5: Softball at NW Whitfield at 5: Carnivores Learn about carnivorous dinosaurs, and the age of the dinosaurs.

Herbivores A lesson on herbivore dinosaurs. Students learn about light, with this reading lesson on the different types of light. Who Eats Who An overview of the levels of a food web, energy transfer from level to level, and the complexity of these interactions.

A lesson on the structure, function, and parts of animal and plant cells. Acids and Bases A lesson on the three different kinds of chemical substances. The Many Forms of Energy A lesson and worksheet about the various forms of energy and how they work. Physical and Chemical Changes Learn the difference between physical and chemical changes and how chemical reactions are described. Sound Waves Learn how sound is created and how it travels. Echoes and Echolocation Learn how echoes are created and how animals use echoes to communicate.

Pitch and Frequency of Sound Learn about two qualities of sound known as pitch and frequency. Reflection and Absorption Learn how sound is reflected and absorbed. Measuring the Loudness of Sound Learn about the volume of sound and how it is measured.

Exploring the Past to Improve the Future Learn what archeologists do and why. Planet Earth Facts about the planet Earth. Mercury Facts about the planet Mercury. Venus Facts about the planet Venus.

Pluto, the Dwarf Facts about former planet Pluto. Planet Jupiter Learn about planet Jupiter. Comets, Asteroids, Meteoroids Learn to differentiate between comets, asteroids, meteoroids, meteors, and meteorites. Planet Mars Learn about planet Mars. Planet Neptune Learn about planet Neptune. Planet Saturn Learn about planet Saturn. The Moon Learn about the moon. Planet Uranus Learn about planet Uranus. Our Local Star Learn about the sun, our local star. Charles Darwin The life of famous scientist Charles Darwin.

Jane Goodall The life of famous zoologist Jane Goodall. Current Events in Biotechnology Learn what biotechnology is and how it applies to various concepts from our daily lives.

Genetics and Inheritance Learn what genetics are, how genes work and explore genetic inheritance of various traits. Kingdoms Learn the six different kingdoms and discussed some interesting characteristics of each kingdom. Earth Science Lessons Learn about science related to the planet Earth.

Animals Learn about animals including zoo, farm, endangered, and other types of animals. Living and Non-Living Things A lesson on the characteristics and classification of living and non-living things. Stay up to speed with innovative new ideas and ways to make the most out of your classroom teaching experience.

Owl pellets offer an excellent opportunity for students at all grade levels to engage in hands-on, inquiry-based learning.

Get a crash course on Fast Plants, including many of the key science concepts that are covered by these amazing plants. Learn how to make popular reagents, pH indicators, stains, and solutions; review some of their uses and find all the products you need to get started in your own classroom. Developed by teacher request, the Carolina LabSheets offer all the details to perform a specific lab activity.

Handy student LabSheets are provided for your convenience too! Get help teaching complex techniques, setting up Carolina products, and gain useful tips before your class. Find instruction manuals and buying guides for many of Carolina's products, including lab equipment, furniture, and more. Keep your classroom or lab safe throughout the schoolyear with lots of helpful tips, hints, and safety techniques.

This handy article covers the essential topics for storing your chemicals, including storage area preparation, chemical organization, chemical segregation, and more. Learn how to quickly assess and handle chemical accidents and avoid dangerous situations in your laboratory.

Get started with these general guidelines. Caring for your living organisms is critical to your success in the classroom. Find Care Sheets for our organisms and get prepared before your shipment arrives. Scroll down, place your cursor on the body system you want to explore, and click. What is normal cardiac anatomy and physiology? What are some common cardiovascular diseases? How do these diseases manifest themselves? Help your students discover the answers with these resources.

Have your students read the engaging introduction to sexual and asexual reproduction, and then test their knowledge with an activity. The full-color infographic helps them review the human reproductive system in concise detail. Start by exploring the major glands and organs of the endocrine system.

Then provide students with an activity that asks them to identify endocrine tissues. The review centers on an essential question: What are the locations, hormones, and regulatory functions of the 9 glands and organs in the system?

What are the main functions of our digestive system, what are the organs that comprise it, and how does it work? Help your students find the answers as they trace the path of food from ingestion to solid waste elimination.

Build and review to reinforce learning. Introduce your students to the human respiratory system with a colorful, informative infographic. Build their knowledge with an article on the mechanics of breathing.

Review and reinforce with a graphic organizer that focuses on the major organs in the system as well as respiratory pathologies. Explore the vital role the lymphatic system plays in the body's immunity. Our featured activity focuses on allergies and levels of allergic reaction. Then review lymphatic system structure and function with the help of a graphic organizer. The urinary system helps maintain proper fluid balance inside the body. Teach key aspects of its structure and function with this detailed infographic.

The activity is designed to give students an understanding of normal and abnormal urine composition. Use the graphic organizer to review both the urinary system and common urological conditions. This infographic focuses on the how the central and peripheral nervous systems work together. Then review core functions of the system with the graphic organizer. Teach the 3 types of muscle tissue and their functions with the help of this infographic.

In "Chicken Wing Musculature," our featured activity, students observe and draw human muscle tissue and dissect a chicken wing. The graphic organizer offers an opportunity to compare and contrast muscle types and movement. This infographic illustrates key functions of the human skeleton, bone tissue, and cartilage.

Build a model that demonstrates the flexing action of the human hand with the activity "Flex and Extend. Explore the main structures and functions of the integumentary system with this infographic. Build with an activity that explores the density of mechanoreceptors in the skin on the hand. The review covers structure and function as well as integumentary system diseases and disorders.

Also for the purposes of classroom use only, teachers may make an electronic file or overhead transparency of any or all pages in these resources. Login or Register My Account Login or register now to maximize your savings and access profile information, order history, tracking, shopping lists, and more. Login Create an Account. My Cart Your Shopping Cart is currently empty. New Products New Products View our newest products for your classroom and lab.

Biotechnology For a quarter century, Carolina Biological Supply has been committed to bringing biotechnology into the classroom. Related Resources Introduction to Biotechnology: An Essential Curriculum, Page 1.

Building Blocks of Science Building Blocks of Science Elementary Curriculum offers kits that are affordable and easy to implement in your classroom. Top Categories Chemicals Choose from over chemical products in chemical grades, sizes and concentrations to meet your needs.

Distance Learning Kits Enhance the science experience with Carolina's lab kits designed specifically for college-level distance education. View all Distance Learning Kits.

The Lower Gastrointestinal Tract