Blood and Oxygenation Teacher Resources
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Students explore the cardiovascular system. Through the use of video, students observe the heart pumping an oxygen-enriched blood supply through arteries to the muscles in use during exercise. They participate in activities to explore...
Students define aerobic and anaerobic respiration. They compare and contrast the processes of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Students identify organisms that use the processes of aerobic and anaerobic to synthesize energy from food.
Teach your exercise enthusiasts to read their pulse rate at the radial artery and multiply by four to calculate beats per minute. Learners perform a variety of activities, recording their heart rates after one minute of each. Though this...
Texas Heart Institute
What happens in the muscles during anaerobic and aerobic exercise, and how does this affect the heart and our overall health? A cross-curricular lesson that introduces learners to the lifelong benefits of exercise, including the ability...
Montana Office of Public Instruction
Get children's blood pumping with this primary grade activity on the human heart. After learning about the important role this muscle plays in the human body, students monitor their heart rates and discover the importance of staying active.
In this circulation instructional activity, students review the circulatory system including the structures and functions of this system. This instructional activity has 5 word scramble, 4 short answer, 1 fill in the blank, and 6 true or...
American College of Sports Medicine
How much water does your body lose during exercise? How much should you hydrate during and after exercise? Address the importance of hydration with your young athletes using this informative handout.
Here is a very simple set of slides to complement your lecture about the importance of water for animals. It includes a table of where we gain liquid from, the chemical reaction for aerobic respiration, how we lose water, and how ADH and...
With the thousands of tasks our brain consciously performs on a daily basis, it's amazing that breathing isn't one of them. Learn how human bodies are able to automatically control the exchange of gas that keeps us alive with this short...
High schoolers conduct various experiments on glucose. In this biology activity, students differentiate the process of diffusion and osmosis. They test different foods for the presence of glucose and starch.
The need for a respiratory system in humans versus being reliant on gas exchange structures is demonstrated. There are many details about the advantages and disadvantages of each mechanism. Students are able to learn about the...
Live Strong! High schoolers will discuss some of the reasons behind Lance Armstrong's success in cycling and chart those reasons into four categories: Physiology, Psychology, Equipment, Training/Strategy. They will then choose one sport...
Are there benefits to being physically active? Yes! There are both short-term and long-term benefits! Being physically active doesn't just have strengthen you physically, but also emotionally and socially. Learners find out how to...
As your class views each slide, they will be introduced to the organelles and structure of the cell. Details about structure and function are given and also some trivia about their frequency and population. There is also some...
What are some of the benefits of physical activity? Young learners take a look at not just the physical benefits, but also the emotional and social benefits of being physically active. There is a heart rate activity to count their...
In this respiration worksheet, students label the respiration diagram, and fill in the blanks for a paragraph on respiration using a word bank. Students complete 12 words total.
Learners involve the community with an activity to help them learn more about fitness. They attend an event in which 3 different instructors teach 3 different physical activities and invited agencies to attend with informational tables.