• Healthy Bodies Chart

    All three kids are interested and curious about the human body (aren’t we all?). Dot loves naming body parts, and both Edie and Henry talk a lot about functions of different body parts and the mysterious things happening under the skin. Today, in partnership with fairlife SuperKids ultra-filtered milk  (which we are huge fans of here), I thought it might be fun to blow up a body chart with the kids to talk about the functions of the human body and how to keep it healthy and strong…

    There are so many resources online for teaching about the human body. We found a great human organ chart from this pinterest board (there are a lot of other great ideas on human body kids activities on there too!) that we blew up as an engineering print.

    Using clips and some nails, we hung it on the wall and pulled out the crayons to color as we talked about each organ.

    We had some snacks and fairlife SuperKids ultra-filtered milk afterwards. After looking at the human body in detail, it was the perfect time to talk about different kinds of foods and what we can eat and drink to make our bodies strong and healthy.  Every cup of fairlife SuperKids ultra-filtered milk has 3.5x the DHA Omega-3 compared to the leading DHA Omega-3 milk. And that’s what helps brain development! fairlife SuperKids ultra-filtered milk is a good source of 9 essentials vitamins and minerals, so I can feel really good about feeding it to my family.

    A few other things I really love about the fairlife Superkids ultra-filtered milk that you’re going to love as well: first off, it tastes really good, better than other milk.  Second, it has 50% more protein, 30% more calcium, and 50% less sugar than other milk. Third, it’s lactose free!

    We are huge fans of fairlife  over here! Also, it tastes better than regular milk to us.

    How do you teach your kids about keeping their bodies healthy and strong?

    Thanks to fairlife for sponsoring this post. 

  • 1 comment

    1. Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog said… September 28, 2017 6:24 am

      I love that resources to teach kids can be so easily be found now!
      Cute photos!

      Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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