Basic Anatomy Skills Printable

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Head, shoulder, knees and toes (knees and toes)! Most of us remember growing up learning this catchy song to learn the parts of the human body. But simple songs like the one mentioned above often leave out important body part names that kids need to know. Here’s a basic anatomy worksheet to help your little learner get started learning about the human body! 
With this worksheet, your child will learn: 
• Basic, but essential body part names, like chin and neck
• To differentiate between body parts to pick the right answer
• To recognize and label body parts.
Teaching your child vocabulary to identify parts of the body helps him to better communicate when he feels sick, or is injured. This worksheet is perfect to introduce basic anatomy to give your little one the tools he needs to communicate and become self-aware!

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