Designed to satisfy a child s natural curiosity, this series gives a fascinating look at objects from the inside out Simple text and annotations explain how all the pieces fit together to make a functioning whole


10 thoughts on “What's Inside? My Body: A First Guide to the Wonders and Workings of the Human Body

  1. Mrs. Ruigrok Mrs. Ruigrok says:

    A super book to help young children learn about their body Simple information to tell them what role their different body parts play Explains how and why things work as they do Kids will love this


  2. Little Champs Little Champs says:

    2795


  3. Renee Slawson Renee Slawson says:

    I chose to put this book on my favorites shelf because it explains the anatomy of the body to young students This book is colorful, has great analogies of what the inside of the body is like and has brief descriptions as it points to body parts The body parts are of young children that may be of the same age as the reader This book is great for students in Primary grades, preferably 2nd grade It would be best used during a science period when teaching about the body structure, organs and mor I chose to put this book on my favorites shelf because it explains the anatomy of the body to young students This book is colorful, has great analogies of what the inside of the body is like and has brief descriptions as it points to body parts The body parts are of young children that may be of the same age as the reader This book is great for students in Primary grades, preferably 2nd grade It would be best used during a science period when teaching about the body structure, organs andGenre Non Fiction Health ScienceI would use this book during a science period in my classroom as a read aloud and for students to look at during free time This book could also be used in later grades when reading isfluent If so, I would like to have enough for the whole class to look at I would like for my students to read a little description and then pop corn around the room until we have finished a portion or all of the book During the read aloud I would ask questions that show comprehension and scientific thinking After reading either a portion or all of the book, I would have students trace a classmate on a large white paper and as a group color in the body parts and label them correctly


  4. Mandy Scheuren Mandy Scheuren says:

    Angela Royston s story, What s Inside My Body , is a clever way for children to learn human anatomy without even thinking about it The pictures inside the book mirror one another On one side it shows a young child s hand, head, eye, etc while on the mirrored side, shows a cartoon image of the details of the body part On each page it explains what the body part is, it explains the outer part of that body feature On the opposite page, the cartoon image focuses on the inside of the body part i Angela Royston s story, What s Inside My Body , is a clever way for children to learn human anatomy without even thinking about it The pictures inside the book mirror one another On one side it shows a young child s hand, head, eye, etc while on the mirrored side, shows a cartoon image of the details of the body part On each page it explains what the body part is, it explains the outer part of that body feature On the opposite page, the cartoon image focuses on the inside of the body part is displayed in different arrays making it easier for the reader to depict what is what, such as what is a nerve and what is a muscle This book is very easy to read to young children There are very few words on each page which makes it a great and fast way for children to learn


  5. Alicia Alicia says:

    This book has the basic information for some of the key parts of the body.


  6. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    A great beginning explanation of human biology, though the illustrations are hysterically dated at this point.