1995. Janice VanCleave. Exciting ideas, projects, and activities for schools, science fairs, and just plain fun! Explore the mysteries and workings of the human body through this fascinating collection and have fun while you learn about everything from the body's basic building blocks to how the brain receives messages fronm other parts of the body.
Make a model of a human cell that you can eat for dessert. Make a working model of a human lung from a soda bottle, a balloon, and a garbage bag. Through these and other activities, you'll find out how your lungs supply air to your blood and your heart pumps blood throughout your body; how your body sees, hears, feels, smells, and tastes the world around it; how you lose and regain up to five pounds of skin every year, and more.
Most of the materials you need are already part of you; the rest you will easily find around the house or classroom. Every activity has been "child tested" and can be performed safely and cheaply in the classroom, at a science fair, or at home. 223 pages, soft cover. Ages 8-12.