My Body Theme
All About Me Theme
/ Hygiene Themes
Body Activities: You can do this theme the first day that you
begin to talk about your body. The rest of the days, you can
Five Senses. Talk about what each body part does and
explore each body part.
Directions to make a One Sheet Book.
flap of the cover/first page together.
Make a book about yourself. Draw a picture of yourself,
what you like to do, etc.
Bones by Bob Barner
Board Book by Eric Carle
Hand, Fingers, Thumb by Al Perkins
World: Human Body (Scholastic First Discovery) by Claude
Discovery Book (Scholastic First Discovery) by Sylvaine Perols
Can Read With My Eyes Shut by Dr. Seuss
Your Bones, Muscles And More! (CD Included) by Jane &
First Discovery Book) by Sonia Black
Human Body (Scholastic First Discovery)
for Body Books
Have each child look in a mirror. Have them tell you what they
(If you are homeschooling or teaching in a religious school, ask
the following: What has our Heavenly Father given us? He has also
given us our body.)
What body parts do we have? For younger and older children, ask
them what certain body parts (our legs, hands, etc.) can do.
Vocabulary and Foreign Language
Body Parts Vocabulary:
On an index card, make flashcards with words with different body
parts. On another index card, place pictures of different
body parts on each.
for Speaking Spanish
Body Parts Vocabulary in English and Spanish
Go to: Spanish
Cards to hear some of these words pronounced.
arm - brazo
back - espalda
elbow - codo
fingers - dedos
foot - pie
hand - mano
leg - pierna
neck - cuello
stomach - estómago
toes - dedos del pie
wrist - muñeca
lips - labios
hair - pelo
molar - molar
tooth - diente
teeth - dientes
tongue - lengua
head - cabeza
shoulder(s) - hombro(s)
knee(s) - rodilla(s)
toes - dedos del pie
eye(s) - ojo(s)
ear(s) - oreja(s)
mouth - boca
nose - nariz
Lists, Flashcards and Online Puzzles: Body Parts
French Body Parts Coloring Pages @ Kiddies Games
Body Arts & Crafts
More Ideas at: All
About Me and Feelings Themes
Draw a picture of yourself. (If you use paint, cut out a small
"C" sponge for the mouth, circles for the checks, ears, and use the
cotton swap for the eyes or even the mouth.)
Make hand and/or finger prints using paint.
- Use a body
pattern (it doesn't have fingers) or color a boy or girl
coloring page. You can label the body parts in English and
- You can use this movable boy
doll to show the different body parts. It has on it,
"My body is special because Heavenly Father made it like His!"
- Use butcher paper and have someone trace you. Decorate it
to look like you.
Frost gingerbread man shaped sugar
cookies. Frost and decorate it.
If You're Happy and
You Know It
Shoulders, Knees and Toes Songs
Learn different body parts in Spanish and you can sing it
with the above songs.
Body Physical Education Activities
Balance - Balance on one leg. Walk across the room and
balance a bean bag, book, etc. on your head.
Blow - Blow a feather across the floor or table.
Bounce, roll, or toss a ball.
Breeze - Feel the breeze on a windy day.
Bubbles - Blow bubbles. See the colors in the bubbles and
try to pop them with your nose, hands, elbow, etc.
Bubble Water - Place an empty juice or water container under water
and watch the bubbles.
Feel: Feel rain on your body.
March in a straight line, circle, walking backwards, a square, etc.
Balance - Balance on one leg. Walk across the room and balance
a bean bag, book, etc. on your head
Hot Balloon: Play this like you would "Hot Potato" except use a
balloon. Toss the balloon to another person and try to keep
the balloon from falling on the ground
Bean Bag Toss - Toss it through a hole or to someone else
Bowl using plastic bowling set or a small ball and empty juice
Balance on one leg
Jump up and down
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Foot Books / Feet Books
Foot? by Rolf Myller
Bright and Early Books for Beginning Beginners) by Dr. Seuss
Seuss's Wacky Book of Opposites by Dr. Seuss
Ideas for How Many Feet In The
Bed? by Diane Hamm
Arts & Crafts
Trace your foot on a piece of paper or paper bag. Decorate
Use a ruler and measure objects that are a foot (12 inches) or
Use your feet and measure objects are the house (or classroom).
Materials (glitter, collage, Nuudles, etc.)
(Bright & Early Board Books by Al Perkins
(or Itsy Bitsy Spider)
Arts & Crafts:
Make handprints using kids paint or stamp pads.
(Note: Always be careful with
stamps around clothes since it might not wash out.)
Use your hands to make a puppet using
your favorite animal or out of a letter Hh animal.
LDS Church Music:
"I Have Two Little Hands"; page 272, "My Hands"; page 273, "Roll
Your Hands"; page 274
Play with playdough,goop,
Cooking: Make pretzels.
Eye Anatomy @ St.
LukesEye.com and Eye Information A to
Lesson Plan PreK-2 Math Including a simple eye worksheet /
activity sheet to color the color of his/her eyes.
Keystone Blind Association
The Amazing Eye, Optical Illusions, and more. Under "Twinkle
& Eyenstein's Wise Eye Web", there are resources for teachers
(The Braille Alphabet, A Guide Dog Team mazes, A Guide Dog Coloring
Page, Optical Illusions, and Origami Guide Dog Puppy), and coloring
Foreign Language Instruction (body parts)
Body (You need to become a member to view the printouts.)
Food Pyramid, Human: blood, cell, eye, heart, organs, and skeleton.
Games to Print: Body Games,
Worksheets @ A to Z Teacher Stuff Body Organs Unit and Body
My Body: The Inside Story (Grade 2)
Preschool: Body Parts
a Child of God has different lessons (including activities)
you can use for the body.
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