Saskatchewan Curriculum - Health Science Science 20: Human Body

Addressing Saskatchewan's Health Science 20: Human Body Unit with CurioCity Educator Resources

Saskatchewan’s Health Science 20 Program of Studies (2015) includes a Unit on the Human Body. The following CurioCity educator resources can help you address outcomes from that Unit:

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Outbreak: The Ebola virus

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Why Exercising Feels Sooooo Good!

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