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Parts of the Body

In this worksheet, students will learn about the parts of the human body.

'Parts of the Body' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Animals, including Humans

Curriculum subtopic:   Basic Parts of the Human Body

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Can you tell which parts of the human body are in these pictures.

 

For example: What part of the body can you see here?

 

face focusing on teeth

 

Is it toes, an arm, a knee or teeth?

The answer is: teeth.

What part of the body can you see here?

 

ear 

Ear

Nose

Toes

Elbow

What part of the body can you see here?

 

eyebrows

Knees

Eyebrows

Fingers

Tongue

What part of the body can you see here?

 

tongue

Ears

Eyebrows

Arms

Tongue

What part of the body can you see here?

 

elbow

Ears

Elbow

Eyes

Fingers

What part of the body can you see here?

 

eyes

Teeth

Knees

Arms

Eyes

What part of the body can you see here?

 

fingers

Tongue

Fingers

Nose

Eyes

What part of the body can you see here?

 

nose

Tongue

Teeth

Nose

Knees

What part of the body can you see here?

 

arms

Ears

Arms

Toes

Tongue

What part of the body can you see here?

 

toes

Teeth

Nose

Toes

Elbow

What part of the body can you see here?

 

knee

Knee

Teeth

Arms

Ears

  • Question 1

What part of the body can you see here?

 

ear 

CORRECT ANSWER
Ear
EDDIE SAYS
You can see the ear, which we use to hear. It is attached to the side of the man's head.
  • Question 2

What part of the body can you see here?

 

eyebrows

CORRECT ANSWER
Eyebrows
EDDIE SAYS
That's it, we can see the eyebrows. The eyebrows keep sweat, rain, dirt and moisture out of our eyes and enable us to see clearly; very helpful!
  • Question 3

What part of the body can you see here?

 

tongue

CORRECT ANSWER
Tongue
EDDIE SAYS
It's the tongue. The tongue is very important as it helps us to chew and swallow food; the tongue helps us to know if a food tastes sweet, bitter, sour or salty. The tongue also helps us to talk.
  • Question 4

What part of the body can you see here?

 

elbow

CORRECT ANSWER
Elbow
EDDIE SAYS
This is the elbow, it joins the upper arm and the forearm, so we call it a joint.
  • Question 5

What part of the body can you see here?

 

eyes

CORRECT ANSWER
Eyes
EDDIE SAYS
Eyes are very clever human organs that let us see all of the wonderful things in the world around us.
  • Question 6

What part of the body can you see here?

 

fingers

CORRECT ANSWER
Fingers
EDDIE SAYS
Our fingers help us to use our whole hand well, we use our fingers for lots of things, for example counting or doing up buttons.
  • Question 7

What part of the body can you see here?

 

nose

CORRECT ANSWER
Nose
EDDIE SAYS
Our nose is very useful indeed, it helps us to breathe and smell! Did you know the hairs in the nose clean out any bits of dirt that get into our nose that shouldn't?
  • Question 8

What part of the body can you see here?

 

arms

CORRECT ANSWER
Arms
EDDIE SAYS
Our arms help us to do so many great things, like: drawing, throwing, playing, using a computer and eating.
  • Question 9

What part of the body can you see here?

 

toes

CORRECT ANSWER
Toes
EDDIE SAYS
Your toes help you to bear your own weight when you are moving around and they help you to balance and stop you falling over all the time.
  • Question 10

What part of the body can you see here?

 

knee

CORRECT ANSWER
Knee
EDDIE SAYS
Our knee is another type of joint, it helps us to flex and extend the lower part of our leg.
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