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The Yuckiest Site on the Internet

Poop, gas, dandruff, sweat, zits, ear wax, digestion, circulation and more.  This is a site where kids can ask questions, play games and find out all about their gross and yucky body!  This is a fun and educational place for finding information students want to know, but never ask teachers.  Pop-down menus allow users to pick a body function (complete with detailed descriptions, pictures and sounds) or a body system.

The information available from these pop-down menus is designed to appeal to students.  It's short, graphic and accompanied by real life sounds.  Clicking on a body function such as hiccups leads to the questions: What are hiccups? What makes us keep hiccupping? How can you stop hiccups? Are there any good hiccup remedies?  There is a small sound clip, fun facts and a link to respiration. Students can't help but be engaged in learning about all those things that make up a gross and cool body.

There are also teaching units available her for grades K-2 and 3-8. Units correlate with common class science topics and also contain scope and sequence charts, classroom activities, links to related websites, books, videos and  software.

A great place to start is the scope and sequence charts.  All the topics are neatly set out with links to lesson plans and ideas. Topics here include animal behaviour, human systems, digestive, muscular and skeletal systems, nervous system, circulatory and endocrine systems, reproductive system, respiratory system, skin and life cycles.

This is a fun and educational site.  Once you get kids on this site, you'll have a tough time getting them to leave!

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