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In this activity, learners simulate taking HIV antiretroviral drugs by using Tic Tac mints and Kool-Aid packets.
In this version of tag, a large group of learners model how the body fights infection. Learners act as germs, as lymphocytes, and as the body's cells threatened by germs.
In this online simulation, learners use antibiotics to cure patients with bacterial infections.
Learners draw and cut out shapes of organs from construction paper. Then they attach these organs to the body of one learner to make a life-sized map of all the internal organs.
This lesson is designed to serve as an introduction to the immune system. It can stand alone or it can lead into further studies of the immune system.
In this activity (page 12), learners explore how molecules self-assemble and how molecules must fit together, like a lock and key, in order to identify each other and initiate a new function as a comb
Our bodies produce snot, or mucus, that we blow from our noses. In this activity, learners will create a model of how snot works and will explore how it keeps our bodies healthy.
Our bodies defend themselves in many different ways to prevent us from getting sick.