So, I wouldn’t usually rate Buzzfeed a great source for scientifically accurate literature. Having said that – this anatomy quiz was really good. Not the drawing of the ovary, though. That is just weird.
You’ve got reproduction coming up in the national curriculum next term so here’s a handy tool to scaffold your unit around. Give the kids a go at this quiz which asks them to identify a number of different anatomical structures from a clear, easy to understand diagram. You could have the class try it out at the beginning of the unit and then again at the end to show them how much they’ve learned.
Also a great opportunity to get a real uterus and ovary in front of them so they can compare the real thing with the diagram.
I wish I could say that I had put together this gif myself using our simulated blood powder, but I was pointed towards it on Twitter this weekend. It’s going to make a great prac in your classroom, though. Let me know if you need a blood powder top up. One sachet makes a litre so it lasts for ages.
9 Feb 2016
This entry was posted on February 09. 2016 by Miss Vivi
Links we love: Miss Vivi’s reproductive playlist on YouTube
Have you seen the resources on Miss Vivi’s YouTube channel lately? All good stuff for the classroom or for brushing up on your knowledge before you launch headlong into a dissection.