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Class Set 6 : Human Body Board Game
5 game boards and 5 sets of game pieces

Class Set 6 : Human Body Board Game

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Part Number:SBG 09-S5
  • Description:5 Complete Board Game Sets to help your students better understand the human body through this fun game that reviews, clarifies, and emphasizes the functions of the different body organs and the interrelationship of organ systems in maintaining good health. The game illustrates how diseases and unhealthy practices cause setbacks in our lives and how good health help us advance in our goals.
  • Learning Focus:Human Body Systems: Circulatory, Digestive, Nervous, Endocrine, Reproductive, Skeletal, Muscular, Excretory, Immune, Integumentary
  • Skills Focus:Understand and remember academic vocabulary words. Connect related concepts. Practice differentiation and classification skills. Identify examples and non-examples (in some topics). Develop critical thinking skills.
  • Content:5 Game Boards, 5 x 30 Question Cards, 5 x 4 Tokens, 5 x 1 Dice, Instructions, Answer Key
  • Number of Players:2 to 6 individual players per gameboard (additional game tokens can be ordered)
  • Important!:Worksheets should be used on every game activity. Worksheets can be photocopied. Downloadable copies may also be requested by email.
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How to Play the Game

1. Each player chooses a token to represent himself in the gameboard.

2. Each player rolls the die; the person with the highest number plays first.

3. The first player rolls the die to begin the game.

4. The tokens are moved according to the number from the die. The token may land on a

question, a penalty, or a bonus move.

5. Bonus moves are awarded when knowledge or proper behavior is exhibited.

6. Penalties are given as a consequence of wrong answers.

7. If the token lands on a question mark, a card is picked from the stack and the player reads

the question and answers it.

8. If the answer is correct, the token is moved forward according to the number of steps in the

question card.

9. If the answer is incorrect, the token is moved backward according to the number of steps in

the question card.

10. The player to the right plays next and follows the same procedure.

11. The player who finishes the race first wins the game.

Scienterrific Bright Ideas!

1. As a game variation to encourage cooperative learning, students may be assigned to play

with a partner. Teaming reluctant learners with eager learners will greatly benefit both.

2. The class may also be divided in teams for a contest/race. The game board can be projected

to a wall to provide visual stimulus to see which team is ahead. Each group will be given

equal number of cards. The groups will read the questions to each other. Every student in

each group will be responsible for reading and answering at least one question. If a group

gives a wrong answer, other groups can answer and steal the point.

3. The teacher may hold small group or whole class review sessions. The students can take

turns in throwing the dice. The teacher can pause in each step to explain ideas and concepts

in greater detail.

4. Daily warm-up. The students pick a card upon entering the classroom. The students will copy

their Question of the Day and write the answer in a sheet of paper to be submitted every

Friday and graded as a quiz.

5. The question cards can be placed in a jar. Students are to pick and answer one question as a

restroom pass requirement.

6. Teachers may choose to enhance the game by making special questions tailor-made to a specific lesson or a special group of learners.

7. We also recommend using the gameboards as functional wall decors by putting velcro stickers at the back and hanging the game pouches for easy access.

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