Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Online Resources, and Printables for a Unit about the Circulatory System

Science – The Circulatory System




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YouTube Videos


Scholastic Study Jams has a video called The Circulatory System, with quiz questions and a vocabulary list to go along with it.

If you have access to Magic School Bus videos – Episode 3 “Inside Ralphie” is about the circulatory system (all 4 seasons are available on Netflix, for example)

Learn4YourLife’s Matchcard Science is a good resource for studying the circulatory system.

Make a visual of the components of blood by following My Montessori Journey’s blog post.




Little Pandas Preschool shows how a Pumping Heart Balloon Experiment was done with preschoolers.

“The Circulatory System and the Heart” is explained in Kid Port’s slideshow.



Good readers will enjoy Discovery Kids’ article on the Cardiovascular System

Here’s a free download of circulatory system notebooking pages.

Kids Health provides a fun article about Your Heart and Circulatory System (and this article is read aloud if you have younger non-readers who need to work independently – I love that!)



Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop provides a neat Circulation game to play.

Scroll down to find “Blood Circulation Games” at Collaborative Learning (it’s a PDF file)

There’s a free worksheet “Your Heart” at Super Teacher Worksheets  - scroll down the screen to find it (and several other good anatomy worksheets there too)

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