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From digesting what we eat and drink, to controlling how hot or cold we are, to growing our hair and fingernails, the human body works in weird and wonderful ways to keep us in top shape.

However, how much do you really know about the way the human body works? Do you think you could answer 10 super tricky questions about the human body?

The human body.pdf describes some parts of the human body. It is very interesting to read that, and there a lot of useful facts; for example, did you know that your tongue is a muscle. The videos attached, see Four Lads Them Dry Bones and Silly Symphonies Skeleton Dance, describes the human skeleton. The first four links (,, and gives more information about human anatomy. It is very important to check resources from a variety of providers. The DeviantArt link to Human anatomy Guide is created by artist to artists. It describes how to draw a human, somehow similar to those images created by Leonardo da Vinci. The last link ( is a very interesting project to create or build a human. Go to the Downloads tab, and you can download a working version of the makehuman. It allows you to create a human---of course, anatomy is much more than the outfit. Still, the makehuman project files can be imported to other 3d modelling software like Blender.


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Create a quiz game using Python about the human body to test your knowledge on the anatomy of humans.

You will learn coding in Python language, and parts of the human body. Some of the Python commands are those of printing, creating and using of arrays and looping. Furthermore, you'll learn how to compare the written answer to the correct one. In addition to human body, you'll learn some anatomy, too. And when you create your own questions, only the sky is the limit. Learn and teaching many intresting thing about human anatomy.

You can create your own questions about human body, but these examples teach you about the human brain, eye, some of the muscles and organs, only to name a few.


The process is described in the document called "level 1 - science anatomy quiz.pdf" attached to this page (on the right side). This quiz consists of 10 questions, but---of course---you can add more. The document consists of eight (8) different steps and describes the Python commands needed to create the quiz.

  1. You need to start a Python IDE, or use Python online editor
  2. Attempt the Python code activity given on page 7 of level 1 - science anatomy quiz.pdf.
  3. Test the printing command works by running the lines 1-2 given at quiz.pdf.
  4. Follow the guide until step 8, and regularly test the program.
  5. On page 19 there is the final combined version of the code which you can use to compare against your code.



  • Now you should be able to make a quiz in Python on any topic.
  • You should be able to find material on your topic, and write the questions.
  • You should know the basic anatomy of the human body, which can include brain, ears or tongue.

Next steps:

  • This is a good start for your own quiz creation.
  • Create your own quiz and share it.
  • Move to Level 2 Python activity or try the pH Scale activity.

Links to everyday life:

  • Play – Quizzes are fun to play and are an opportunity to learn new things! Can you expand the quiz and test your friends?
  • Computer as an examinator –You can use your computer as an examinator for your upcoming tests. Create and share your quizz files between friends, and learn a lot more.
  • Human Anatomy – You are familiar with the parts of the human body. What is the difference between muscles and bones?


Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • You can print outputs and use input to get inputs to and from the user.
  • You know the basics of human anatomy.
  • You know how to use if statements.
  • You can create an array and access elements in an array.
  • You are able to use a simple for loop.
  • You can describe human organs.
  • You are able to create a quiz on a given topic.
  • Understand the human bone structure.