So you’re giving a lesson on the human heart and you want your class to be inspired. Let them represent their work in a variety of ways to establish a keen interest in learning. Don’t forget to let them know that these options are available.
1. Write a report about the functions of the heart
2. Build a model of a heart.
3. Make a comic strip about a heart that runs a company called the human body.
4. Write a play about the journey of s blood cell.
5. Create a speech about healthy living.
6. Draw a diagram of the heart.
7. Paint a picture of the inside of a heart.
8. Hold a survey about what the class think is the causes of heart disease.
9. Design a diorama about human health.
10. Interview someone about how they protect their heart.
11. Take a tally a produce a graph about class heart rates.
12. Make a poster about healthy heart foods and lifestyles.
13. Produce a list of unknown facts about the heart.
14. Write a persuasive text on why we should look after our heart.
15. Dissect a lambs heart and look inside.
15. Do nothing. Not all lessons need to be followed up by work. Maybe an interview with the child will tell you that he or she knows everything there is to know about the heart but nothing was written down.