Body Parts Worksheets and Activities
Introduce the topic with rhymes and songs like "Head, shoulders, knees and toes" or "If you're happy, and you know it" or games like "Simon Says". Most of the interactions and classroom instructions with kids involve the body vocabulary. The parts of the body worksheets feature vibrant charts, activity worksheets like matching and labeling to identify the body parts, fill in the blanks and more, for kids of kindergarten, grade 1 and grade 2. We offer some free worksheets too!
Enhance the interest of kindergarten kids with this vibrant parts of the body chart. Let the kids show and tell each part of the body using the chart and correlate with their body parts.
Employ this pdf parts of the human body chart for kindergarten and 1st grade kids, to impart effective learning of body vocabulary. This printable chart features more than thirty vividly marked parts of the body.
Sing the song "Where is Thumbkin?" as a precursor to this topic. Follow-up with the know your fingers and toes chart to reinforce the names of the fingers and toes and enrich the body vocabulary of kids.
The thirty parts of the body are marked and numbered. The kids of grade 2 are expected to identify the parts and write their names. Test the vocabulary and spelling of kids in the process.
Identify the parts of the body marked. Snip the body vocabulary word cards and glue them in the appropriate boxes to complete the printable parts of the body activity pdf.
Draw lines and connect the body vocabulary words to the correct part in this parts of the body matching worksheet. This activity tests if kids are able to make a one-to-one correspondence between words and parts.
This easy-to-do, label the body parts worksheet for 2nd graders comprises a word box of body vocabulary words. Identify the parts marked and label them with appropriate words from the word box.
Reiterate the concept with this name the body parts worksheet. Kids are expected to identify the parts of the body and write their names. Serves best in testing comprehension of kids.
Once kids of grade 1 and grade 2 are familiar with the body vocabulary and know how to spell them, use this interesting unscramble-the-words worksheet to reaffirm their spellings.
Begin with a recitation of the rhyme "Two little hands.." and ask the question "How many?" to find answers to the exercise presented in this printable 1st grade worksheet. Emphasize the number in this PDF.
This parts of the body worksheet features ten sentences and a word box. Read the sentences carefully and plug-in the appropriate words from the word box to complete them.