We’re excited to be sharing a fun and free circulatory system lesson plan and other amazing resources from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. These resources teach students about the circulatory system in a hands-on and engaging way. The lesson includes background information on the circulatory system as well as detailed instructions for fun hands-on activities. These activities work by themselves but also go hand-in-hand with a Pennies for Patients campaign.
Pennies for Patients is a three-week service-learning program for elementary and middle schools where students apply STEM knowledge as they learn about, and support, the cutting-edge work being done to combat cancer.
Check out a sample lesson plan, reading activity, and assessment below or sign up here to join Pennies for Patients and receive the full STEM curriculum—55 lessons in all!
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This lesson plan includes:
- Standards-aligned cross-curricular content that covers key Common Core skills
- An interactive, hands-on activity to learn about the function of the circulatory system
- A step-by-step guide for teachers
This resource includes:
- A standards-aligned reading passage about the circulatory system
- A practice activity to demonstrate understanding
- Fun facts to engage students
This assessment includes:
- Skills-based questions about the circulatory system
- Answer key for teachers
Like these resources? Just submit your info to get your school started with Pennies for Patients and get the full curriculum—with 55 lessons and a full teacher’s guide!