2006-02-17 / Community

St. Virgilius Students Draw The Human Body


The second grade class of St. Virgilius School recently learned about the human body and body parts during their science classes. As part of a science project, the students traced their own bodies, then pasted on various important parts, such as the heart, muscles, and brain. Pictured are three students working on their projects.The second grade class of St. Virgilius School recently learned about the human body and body parts during their science classes. As part of a science project, the students traced their own bodies, then pasted on various important parts, such as the heart, muscles, and brain. Pictured are three students working on their projects.Students hold up their ‘ears’ before pasting them on their paper bodies.Students hold up their ‘ears’ before pasting them on their paper bodies.The second graders with their science projects.The second graders with their science projects.Two second grade students post next to a paper body. Students colored and cut their own organs, which they glued on to their traced bodies.Two second grade students post next to a paper body. Students colored and cut their own organs, which they glued on to their traced bodies.

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