The nervous system

The nervous system connects your brain to send and receive information about what is going on in the body and around it. You have billions of nerve cells, or neurons which join together to make nerves. It's looks like little strings covered in a fat called myelin. Myelin helps the messages,  which is actually called impulses, travel to and from the brain quicker. 

The Skeletal System

The skeletal system is the thing that keeps your body from looking like a pile of mush. We are born with 270 bones and, believe it or not, we have 206 by the time we're adults. Where do you think those extra bones go?

The Respiratory System

Another function our body does is breath:We take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. The oxygen we breath in is carried into our blood which travels around our body to supply or give oxygen to different organs. Here is a diagram showing the nose or nasal cavity, larynx and trachea which is where air travels down into the lungs. Inside the lungs are the bronchi is where you see the small tree like tubes and at the end of each one are little sacs of air called alveoli. The alveolus moves oxygen into your blood stream and takes carbon dioxide out. 

The Digestive System

We all eat. It's a part of living. Most of us know that when we eat we get energy or if we eat too much we get fat. In this unit we are taking a closer look at our digestive system. The digestive system is like the tool our bodies uses to take in food and turn it into different things like fat, energy, and poop. Our digestive system helps us take all the good things we get from fruits and vegetables and use them all over our bodies. Here is a diagram that shows the different steps a piece of food travels through from our mouth to our rectum.   

The Innards

Inside the human, you have to defend yourself against viruses and catch as many red blood cells as possible to stay alive. 


It is your job to save Lonnie, who fell to the concrete below. Use your knowledge of the human body to put all of Lonnie’s organs and parts back in the right places.

bite size 

Help Steve with his adventure to catch the Hawk Wasp. In order to do so, he first needs to check his heart. 

Build'a body

Check out this website and explore the human body. You can take a closer look at your gall bladder and see just how bile gets to your small intestines.

learn for kids

This goes through each part of the Respiratory System with colourful animations and easy to understand explanations. 

Here is the 10 question quiz to test your knowledge of the lungs. Each part plays an important role, can you guess what those roles are?

Keeping healthy

Try the different activities and see how you can change Ruby's heart beat. Much like yourself, Ruby needs a good balance of exercise and rest. 

digestive match

Simple match game that helps build your vocabulary.

All Systems Go!

If you click on the learn more button you will find information to help answer all of your questions. After, help our friend put his body back together again. Some clues are in the game and others in the reading.

guts and bolts

You are on a mission to build a robot. But this robot is a little bit different, your robot is going to have all the characteristics of a real human. 

purpose games

Label the correct parts of the respiratory system. See how fast you can do it and compete with other people. 

Skeletal System

Assemble or Label the human skeletal system. Learn all the parts through this cool game. 


Test your knowledge of body part words in this trivia game. Get the clue to guess the correct word. 

turtle diary

On this website you can watch some informational videos on the human body. After, you can try out the games and short quiz to check your knowledge. 

Days of Wonder

Try out this adventure game and learn more about your heart and the circulation system.