Worksheets and lesson ideas to challenge students aged 11 to 16 to think hard about human reproduction (GCSE and Key Stage 3)
The fact that we are here is a miracle! Human reproduction is a fantastic topic to teach and students are always very keen to know more! Obviously this is a potentially sensitive topic so tread carefully. The use of an anonymous question box can help students ask the questions they are too embarrassed to say out loud.
Where to start?
Warning! This may not be suitable for your class. A video showing an amazing moment when a baby is born still in the amniotic sac.
GCSE and Key Stage 3 worksheet on the stages of human reproduction. Students play a board game to help them understand the steps involved in human reproduction. The game recaps the main stages of reproduction in humans: fertilisation, implantation, growth and birth. (PDF)
- Digestive system
- Heart and the circulatory system
- Nerves and hormones
- Respiratory system and lung structure
- Human reproduction
- Skeletal system