Human anatomy is something every physician must undergo as a medical student. Some move on to become great doctors, some move on to become great artists, helping to better educate students and improve upon many illustrated representations of the human body since the days of medieval medicine. But thankfully, you don't have to be in the medical profession to enjoy the beautiful art of the human body created for teaching purposes.
In this spring science lesson we’ll learn about the parts of a flower through a daffodil dissection experiment. Daffodil dissection :: parts of a flower lesson Daffodil Dissection You can find the complete Daffodil Unit in the Seasons School Spring Curriculum here. As part of our daffodil exploration, let’s take […]