Adventist Adventurer Awards/Know Your Body

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Know Your Body
Eager Beaver

Learn I Corinthians 6:19.[edit | edit source]

1 Corinthians 6:19 New King James Version (NKJV)

Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own?

Name the twelve parts of your body.[edit | edit source]

Head, neck, shoulder, arm, elbow, hand, finger, back, leg (Actually “legs”), knee, foot (actually “feet”), toe, (actually “toes).


This is me, from my head to my toes.

Here is my hair that grows on my head.

Here are my eyes to see things around.

Here are my ears to hear loud sounds.

Here is my nose with which I can smell.

Here is my mouth with my white teeth inside.

Here is my chin, and here are my cheeks.

Here is my neck which helps me turn my head.

Here are my shoulders to carry my bag.

Here is my chest and I cover it with my vest.

Here are my hands to hug my teddy bear.

Here is my stomach. I can hear it rumbling when I am hungry.

Here are my hips. I sit on my hips.

Here are my legs with which I can walk and run.

Draw your body and label the twelve parts.[edit | edit source]

Body Parts

What are knees for?[edit | edit source]

The largest joint in the body is the knee. It acts as a hinge that allows your lower leg and foot to swing easily forward or back as you walk, run, or kick. A healthy knee allows almost 150 degrees of movement.

What does your face do for you and others?[edit | edit source]

Name some useful things you can do with your hands.[edit | edit source]

How can you use your mouth for Jesus?[edit | edit source]