I found these teeth erasers on ebay. You can use them for sorting. Sort by color or sort by degree of cavity! You can also just use them to practice one-to-one correspondence, or to show the kids what happens when you don't brush your teeth very well. The teeth with no cavities have smiley faces, the teeth with little cavities have sad faces, and the teach with big cavities have "ouch" faces. So cute :-)
Just a couple of foam puzzles I also found on ebay. These puzzles are very difficult (especially the skeleton). But after showing my three year old how to do it a few times he can almost put it together by himself.
I simply drew some organs in a sketch pad, cut them out, and the kiddos colored them and glued them to the paper bag.
I love that when my kids draw pictures of a person, they now include their insides!
And for a field trip idea, find out if your science museum or children's museum has a neat human body exhibit like ours does!
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