Animals - Parts of the Human Body
Our feet are at the end of our legs.

Animals - Parts of the Human Body

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with animals and the main parts of the human body.

At home, and when studying animals at school, you will have learned the names of the main parts of the human and animal bodies. Do you know the difference between your elbow and your knee? Before you can find out what they all do, you need to be sure you know which is which. So let’s go through the main parts of the human body.

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  1. Which part of the body is the man holding?
    The knee lets the leg bend
  2. Which part of the body is the man holding?
    The elbow lets the arm bend
  3. This girl is brushing her _____.
    Have you ever had a visit from the tooth fairy?
  4. Which part of the face is this?
    The nose has two nostrils
  5. The girl is whispering into the _____ of her brother.
    Why is the ear that shape? - To collect sounds
  6. A family are having fun in a stream. Which parts of the body are in the water?
    The legs connect the feet to the rest of the body
  7. Which part of the body is the man holding?
    The neck connects the head to the rest of the body
  8. Which parts of the body is the woman holding up?
    What is on the end of the arms? - Hands
  9. What is the girl holding up?
    What does thumbs-up mean?
    Why do people cross their fingers?
  10. Which part of the body is this?
    This girl has blue eyes. What colour are your eyes?

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