Free Muscular System Labeling Worksheet

Are you learning about the human body systems? If so you are going to love this free muscular system labeling worksheet.

This free labeling worksheet can also be used with our other free printable human body systems worksheets.

The muscular system diagram comes with a word bank and an answer sheet.

Middle school typically covers body systems, but 5th through 8th graders can also tackle these printables.

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Muscular system worksheet

These muscular system worksheets are free to print but are for personal or classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page to get the pdf file.

The muscular system is made up of the following:

  • sternocleidomastoid
  • deltoid
  • pectoralis major
  • biceps
  • triceps
  • gastrocnemius
  • brachioradialis
  • rectus abdominalis
  • rectus femoris
  • semitendinosus

Check out all of our free printable anatomy worksheets!

What is the muscular system?

The muscular system is a group of muscles in our body that helps us move and do things like running, jumping, and even smiling.

There are more than 600 muscles in our body!

Muscles are made of fibers that can contract and relax, which is what helps them move our bones and other body parts.

Without our muscular system, we wouldn’t be able to do all the amazing things we can do!

Blank muscular system worksheet ready for labeling, with a word bank at the top. The illustration shows a cartoon-like muscular figure with arrows pointing to various muscles. Blue and red beads form decorative borders.

Sternocleidomastoid

The sternocleidomastoid muscle is located in your neck. And it helps you turn your head and bend your neck.

It looks like a rope that goes from behind your ear to your collarbone and breastbone.

Deltoid

The deltoid muscle is on your shoulder and gives your arm the ability to move up and down and rotate.

It looks like a big, rounded pad that covers the top of your shoulder.

Pectoralis major

The pectoralis major muscle is in your chest and helps you move your arms toward the middle of your body.

It looks like a big, fan-shaped muscle that goes from your collarbone to your breastbone and down to your ribs.

Biceps

The biceps muscle is in your arm and helps you bend your elbow and lift things towards your shoulder.

It looks like a big, rounded muscle that sits on top of your arm.

Triceps

The triceps muscle is also in your arm and helps you straighten your elbow and push things away from your body.

It looks like a big, three-headed muscle that sits on the back of your arm.

Gastrocnemius

The gastrocnemius muscle is in your calf and helps you point your toes and jump.

It looks like a big, round muscle on the back of your lower leg.

Brachioradialis

The brachioradialis muscle is in your forearm and helps you move your wrist and elbow.

It looks like a long, skinny muscle that goes from your elbow to your wrist.

Rectus abdominalis

The rectus abdominalis muscle is in your abdomen and helps you bend forward and sit up.

It looks like a long, flat muscle that goes from your ribs to your pelvis.

Rectus femoris

The rectus femoris muscle is in your thigh and helps you lift your leg and straighten your knee.

It looks like a long, thick muscle that goes from your hip to your knee.

Semitendinosus

The semitendinosus muscle is also in your thigh and helps you bend your knee and move your leg backward.

It looks like a long, thin muscle that goes from your hip to your shin.

Muscle labeling worksheet with answers

On the answer sheet, you will see the same picture of the muscular system just with the correct words pointing to the correct area of the body.

Educational worksheet titled 'MUSCULAR SYSTEM WORKSHEET' with a stylized illustration of a human muscular system, surrounded by scattered red and blue beads. The worksheet includes a word bank for labeling the muscles and partially filled answers.

The kids will also enjoy our free body systems word search.

Human anatomy books for kids

We love to add books to all of our unit studies and human anatomy is no different, these are our favorites:

Know Yourself‘s amazing anatomy books for kids. This science education company makes interactive and enjoyable books that teach children about the human body.

They think that learning about our bodies should be easy and enjoyable for all kids. Check out the photo of my son having a great time with one of their books!

Dr Bonyfide Books for Kids

Human Anatomy for Kids is a wonderful book that makes learning about the amazing human body both enjoyable and educational for your students. They will discover the secrets of movement, breathing, and growth, all in one book!

Get ready for a wild ride with Weird but True: Human Body. This book is packed with over 300 bizarre and mind-blowing facts that will blow your mind about the incredible anatomy of our bodies!

Human Body! is a fantastic book that is both informative and beautifully illustrated. It covers everything you need to know about our amazing bodies, from our bones and muscles to our brain and senses!

Need to print later? Add this to your Pinterest board or share it on Facebook. You’ll have it handy whenever you’re ready to use it!

Download the free muscular system labeling sheet

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 11 April 2024 by Clare Brown

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