Have fun with this Free Body Parts Worksheet from Mom Nessly Printable!
Let’s sing! Head, shoulder, knees and toes…
Our kids need to know more about their body parts because it’s important for them to refer to it if something is wrong. There are many fun ways to teach this concept and here’s something I created to get them to sit and identify the body parts in a school setting approach.
Matching the words with the body parts also practices their pincer grip and eye, hand coordination.
Here’s a closer look of the free printables I made.
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Don’t fret if your kid can’t finish the whole worksheet yet as it depends on their interest and phase of learning. What’s important is that they are exposed to the activity and had an idea on what to expect in school or in a learning session.
I hope that I am able provide you with a learning worksheet that you can use for your child or students. Download them and have fun learning and teaching!
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Thank you. It’s really helpful