These are just a few of the great topics your class came up with to learn more about the human body. We'll follow three simple steps in our research: plan, do, review. You'll get a packet to help guide you through the process.
When you get to the "Do" step, here are some websites that will help you get started on your research:
This online encyclopedia is good for getting a general overview of your topic. You can do a search for your topic, or browse through the many topics on the Organs and Organ Systems page.
Kids Health: How the Body Works
This site lets you click into different parts of the human body and find videos, articles, and more.
Kids Health Articles Page
If you want more targeted information, you can skip directly to the articles page of Kids Health. A keyword search (in the top left of the site) will get you even more specific information.
This site collects information on topics from different sources. The Human Body page lists several body parts and systems to explore. There is also a Diseases and Disorders page.
After you've tried these sources, you can use the keywords you created to do a SweetSearch or Google search for more information. When you do this, make sure you ask yourself if the website looks like one you can trust for good information.