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Parts of the Mouth The teeth cut and chew the food The salivary glands produce saliva to break up the food The tongue Helps to crush the food. It mixes the food with the saliva.
Teeth There are 3 types of teeth: Incisors cut the food Canines tear the food Molars crush and grind the food AN ADULT HAS 32 TEETH
Parts of a tooth Each tooth is made up of a : Crown is the external part of the tooth. Root is the part that anchors the tooth to the jaw. Pulp Is inside the tooth.
Milk teeth and permanent teeth Milk teeth Permanent teeth
Salivary glands Produce saliva
Tongue The tongue is a very strong muscle. It helps you chew food and mixes it with saliva. You also need your tongue to speak and to taste food.
Activities Make a drawing of your own teeth. Color them in the following way. red: milk teeth blue: gaps green: permanent teeth
Activities How are permanent teeth and milk teeth different? Explain what happens in your mouth when you think about a type of food that you like a lot.
The Digestive System: Mouth Human Bio 11. Mouth Teeth Tongue Salivary Glands and Saliva Enzymes Swallowing and Epiglottis Digestion in the Mouth.
Animals including Humans Year 4 Lesson 4 LI: To understand the function of the human teeth.
TEETH Tooth Anatomy People use their teeth to bite and chew food - they are the first step in the digestion of food. The long, sharp canine teeth tear.
Mouth and Stomach structures. The tongue When you chew food into smaller bits some of them dissolve into your saliva Once food particles are in solution.
Types of Teeth Incisors — the sharp, chisel-shaped front teeth (four upper, four lower) used for cutting food. Canines — sometimes called cuspids, these.
24-2: Oral Cavity. © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc The Oral Cavity Functions of the Oral Cavity 1. Sensory analysis Of material before swallowing.
All About Teeth. Q What are our teeth made up of? A: Our teeth are made up of hard substance called enamel.
PK Testing How many teeth do you have? Do you go to a dentist? Why should all of us go to a dentist regularly?
Teeth 1 st Year Biology. Teeth There are 4 different types of tooth -incisors -canines -premolars -molars These different teeth have different jobs!
The Teeth in Our Mouths. In this lesson I will learn about My baby teeth and how they fall out and I get new bigger grown-up teeth that should last me.
Incisors are the front teeth Humans have 8 incisor teeth They have 4 at the top and 4 at the bottom Incisors are made for tearing food – like.
Unlike your heart or brain, your teeth were not ready to work from the day you were born. Although babies have the beginnings of their first teeth even.
Anatomy & Physiology Mrs. Halkuff. Accessory organs produce secretions that aid the organs of the alimentary canal. Include: Salivary Glands Pancreas.
Chapter 24 4 – Oral Digestion. Oral Digestion The first portion of the GI tract (alimentary canal) that receives food and saliva is called the mouth.
2 3. Teeth are the hard material of our mouth which are composed of calcium, phosphorus, and other mineral salts which help us to eat food.
Teeth Performed: Lubomir Kovalchuk. Teeth - bone formation in the oral cavity of vertebrates, and are used to rozkushuvannya chewing food, and to attack.
WARM UP 4/11 1. What is mastication? 2. What are the functions of the tongue? 3. What is the thing hanging in the back of our throat called? 4. What is.
DIGESTIV E SYSTEM. 3 DIGESTION IN THE MOUTH 4 Physical breakdown Teeth, palate & tongue Chemical digestion Saliva & amylases.
Identify reasons for keeping your mouth healthy. Discuss what causes teeth and gums to become unhealthy. Identify that different teeth have specific.
How many milk teeth? 20. What are the different kinds of milk teeth? Incisors Canine Molars Milk teeth.
Success Criteria Aim I can identify the types and functions of teeth. I can identify the function of teeth in humans. I can match the types and functions.
The Teeth Contents Baby teeth Parts of a tooth Types of teeth What causes cavities? How does decay happen? 5 Steps to a Healthy Smile. Experiments Quiz.
Teeth (singular, tooth) are structures found in the jaws of many vertebrates. The primary function of teeth is to tear, scrape, chew and grind food.
The Tooth The part you see is called the crown.
Teeth. Tooth Decay Cleaning your teeth Bacteria feed on food left on your teeth and make acid which corrode the teeth.
WAYS TO LOOK AFTER YOUR TEETH Milk teeth & Permanent teeth.
Science Lesson 5 & 6 WALT: To Understand that humans have four types of teeth.
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by Abbey Flick Topics What You Will Learn Why Our Teeth Are Important Types and Purposes of Teeth Parts of a Tooth Tooth CareTooth Care Tooth Decay Summary.
St. Bonaventure College and High School Form 4 Biology Bridging Course Structure of a tooth.
Chemical Digestion in the Mouth Biscuit Lab Summary Salivary glands found around your mouth produce saliva that begins chemical digestion of carbohydrates.
Digestion and Nutrition. 1. Decidu-8. -clast 2. Hepat- 9. saccharide 3. odonto-10. peri- 4. di-11. Gastr- 5. –blast12. Dent- 6. poly- 13. lingu- 7. Chym(e/o)
I am a mouth I have permanent teeth. I have milk teeth. I am shiny and clean. I am a mouth.
Dental Hygiene What You Need to Know About Taking Care of Your Teeth.
Chapter 19-Digestive System. Chapter : Digestive System Overview.
General Revision ( unit 1 – unit 2 ) Unit 1 lesson 1 Abstract Abstract Nutrition = Food Living things obtain energy from food. Plants obtain energy from.
1. Hand in and Review last nights Homework 2. Notes – Teeth and Eye 3. Start of Teeth Experiment.
Lesson: Digestive System. Science Differentiation in action All living things are made up of cells. Food has to be broken down before it is transported.
To play click on circle True Or False Multiple Choice Fill in The Blank Spell It List It.
(Smiling and self esteem). The first teeth which are shed and replaced by permanent teeth. There are 20 primary teeth The primary teeth are replaced starting.
Section 6 Looking At Teeth For Use with the KS2 Science Curriculum Topic 3A Adapted by Oral Health Promotion, Devon 2014.
The Digestive System Presents:. Digestion begins with your imagination! As soon as you see, smell, or even imagine food, our salivary glands begin.
Section 7 Different Types of Teeth For Use with the KS2 Science Curriculum Topic 3A Adapted by Oral Health Promotion, Devon 2014.
The Mouth. Where does digestion start? The mouth.
By Thomas Smith.. Contents What causes tooth decay page 3 What causes tooth decay How to keep your teeth clean page 4 How to keep your teeth clean Going.
Do Now What is the function of the submucosa?. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
Pearly Whites... A.K.A Your Teeth!. Why teeth are important Teeth bite and chew food so that it is small enough to be swallowed. Teeth help you to form.
Warmup 2/16/16 Describe how the digestive system works. Objective Tonight’s Homework To learn how the first half of the digestive system works pp 540:
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