HEART - You can have the students try to locate it with a stethoscope.
The heart is a hollow organ slightly larger than a clenched fist.
The heart is on the left side toward the center in a space between the
STOMACH - The stomach lies just below the lungs, and is a
reservoir for food.
LUNGS - The lungs lie on either side of the heart and both are
cone-shaped. The lungs lie against the ribs. When you breathe
you can see your chest move where the lungs are.
FEMUR - The femur is the heaviest, longest, and strongest
bone in your body. It is anchored to the pelvis.
PELVIS - Protects the bladder which gets rid of wastes (urine).
It serves as a base by which the trunk of your body rests. The legs
are anchored to the pelvis.
KIDNEY - There are 2 kidneys below the stomach which are bean-shaped.
Kidneys are not fixed in rigid positions, they move as you breathe.
The kidneys remove water with waste products from other systems.