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Blood: Teachers

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Lesson Plans for Blood

Here is a fun interactive lesson on blood from e-learning.

Blood Does A Body Good from Science News for Kids includes a teacher's guide.

Blood - We Can't Live Without It includes discussions of blood types, blood transfusions, and blood composition.

Design a Circulatory System - students build their own models in this exploration, designed for 6th grade but adaptable for others.

Here you will find educational resources designed for elementary students, teens, and teachers.

Scholastic has an introductory Study Jam about blood and the circulatory system.

The American Heart Association has lots of lesson plans to choose from.

Is it an allergy or a virus? Find out with this great lesson plan.

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Blood Interactives and More

Immune System Lesson Plans – many to look over and pick from.

Understanding allergies – cool teacher resource site. Find short videos that explain how the body reacts to invaders.

Here are some great visuals for you to use on the Interactive Whiteboard in your class. See the parts of the blood, blood groups and other teaching tools.

From McGraw Hill – Videos, games, and worksheets for upper grades.

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Anemia and Blood Typing

Go to hematology.org to watch a video about anemia . Also at this site, learn all about the symptoms and disorders that can cause anemia.

The Red Cross has a chart showing which blood types can donate to which other types, population of people in different ethnic groups and their blood type and a genetic chart showing parent/child blood types. Very interesting and useful for teachers who might teach blood types and the science of groups.

Additional information on blood typing at KidsHealth.com.

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More Blood Resources

More poster type visuals here. This includes the character traits attached to blood types as seen in Japan.

Circulatory System Resources including videos, games, quizzes, puzzles, diagrams and more.

The Science Museum of Minnesota is an excellent resource for your classroom. Animations of the heart and lungs performing their job. This site also has activities and experiments that you can perform with your class to explain pulse, blood pressure and other topics related to the heart and lungs. And if you are up to it, watch heart and lung surgery.

How the body makes blood – this site has an optional voice over that will read the text aloud to your class. Great for your interactive whiteboard. Additional topics available from this site.

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Blood Videos

If you have a deep desire to understand blood in more detail including the chemistry and life span of each of the different blood cells, you will want to visit this site. Probably too detailed for your class, but as a science teacher you might enjoy visiting Howstuffworks.com.

Here is a way cool video from Science Kids of the immune system in action. The animation is not narrated, so you will have to study up so you can explain the process as you play the video.

Do the risks of blood transfusions outweigh the benefits? Watch this video and make your own conclusions.

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