We did a whole term, which is eight sessions, on the Body. We brought in a real human skull and half skeleton for the children to look at and draw. We invited a doctor to come and talk to us about the amazing circulatory system and the internal organs and their functions. Then we bought a sheep’s innards and offal from a local butcher and brought them in for the children to see – and touch if they dared! They could also inflate the lungs with the use of a plastic tube to see what happened in the breathing process. They then made torsos and innards from brightly coloured plasticine, and in the final sessions made their own skeleton / body with electrical wire for ribs, placing the innards from the previous week inside, and encasing the whole thing in cling film.