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2 A informational report on our own body en/skeletons/waving-skeleton.png /halloween/images/guitar-skeleton.gif m/img/elvis-elvis-cool- hair-smiley-emoticon large.gif

3 Slide 3-7: Skeletal System Slide 8-9: Muscles of the body Slide 10: Skin Slide 11: Nervous System Slide 12: Digestive System Slide 13: Circulatory system Slide 14: Respiratory System Slide 15-16: Heart Slide 17: The brain Slide 18: Vocab. Slide 19: More Healthy hints Slide 20: Credits evvwk4.jpg S/Shared/StaticFiles/animals/images/primary/black- spider-monkey.jpg

4 Jacks healthy tip: Take care of your bones they are one of the most important things in your body. The outer surface of bone is called the periosteum. The next layer is made up of compact bone. This part is smooth and very hard. Within the compact bone are many layers of cancellous bone. Cancellous bone is not quite as hard as compact bone, but it is still very strong. In many bones, the cancellous bone protects the innermost part of the bone, the bone marrow. Look at the paragraph below for more info: treatment.com/images/happy_skeleton_art300.gif The skeletal system is important to your body and here’s why: Without it, you’d be a blob, you wouldn’t be able to balance yourself. The bones that keep you from being a blob are the skull, vertebra, sternum, rib, radius, ulna, femur, fibula, tibia, pelvis, and the humerus. Protect the bones, or you will have bad conditioned bones, which will lead to a bad and unhealthy life. ons7.html

5 The Femur: The femur is the bone in your thigh that allows you do be capable of many things. The femur allows you to run and jump, and you run and jump a lot more than you think. All of the sports make you run and jump. You run and jump at recess, and also in gym class. The tibia and fibula: The tibia in fibula are right around the same area around the shin. The tibia and fibula don’t carry much weight. The tibia and fibula act as a stabilizer to to help carry your legs The patella: The patella bone is the bone that is the kneecap. The patella is a circular triangular bone that covers and protects the knee joint. It is the largest sesamoid bone in the human body. (These are only a few of the lower body bones) nes_of_the_leg_text.jpg

6 Mandible Cranium Radius Ulna Tibia Fibula Humorous Femur Scapula Ilium Carpals Phalanges Tarsal Clavicle Mandible Cranium Radius Ulna Tibia Fibula Humorous Femur Scapula Ilium Carpals Phalanges Tarsal Clavicle s.gif nes_of_the_leg_text.jpg cture/images/BonesArm.jpg

7 The Ribs: The ribs are some of the most important bones in your body. It protects valuable organs and your heart. It also holds your upper body. It would be one of the worst bones to break. The sternum: The sternum is the bone in the middle of your chest. It is a flat dagger shaped bone. It is pretty flat bone too. It also protects the lungs and heart like the ribs. The scapula and the humorous: The scapula is basically called the shoulder blade. It is the bone that protects the shoulders muscles. The humorous is connected to the scapula. It is part of the upper arm. (These aren’t all the bones of the upper body) g

8 Carpals: The bone directly under the knuckle. It is the bone at the bottom of the hand. Metacarpals: The metacarpals is the bone at the bottom of the fingers, thumb, and pinky. There are five on each toe. The phalanges: The phalanges is the bone at the end of the finger, thumb, and pinky finger. It is also the bone at the end of all the toes. Tarsals: The tarsal is the bone at the bottom of the foot. It is directly under the five metatarsals Metatarsals: The metatarsals are at the bottom of the toe. There are fiver metatarsals in each foot. diagram.gif agram.gif These bones help you walk and carry things, take care of them

9 The muscles in your body are extremely important, without them, humans would not have many abilities. Some of the most important are the Occipital, Trapezious, Deltoid, Latissimus dorsi, Gluteus maximus, Biceps, Triceps, Pectoralis major, Biceps Femoris, Soleus, and Achilles Tendon. It is important to stay away from injuring or hurting your muscles because they are very important to your body. Did you know you have more than 600 muscles in your body? They do everything from pumping blood throughout your body. You control some of your muscles, while others, like your heart do their jobs without you thinking about them at all. Muscles are all made of the same material, a type of elastic tissue. Thousands, or even tens of thousands, of small fibers make up each muscles. Look at the paragraph below for more info. Muscles can be VERY important to to your body. Take care of them or live an unhealthy on/musclefigure_front.jpg

10 Occipital Trapezius Deltoid Latissimus dorsi Gluteus maximus Biceps Triceps Pectoralis major Biceps femoris Soleus Achilles tendon Occipital Trapezius Deltoid Latissimus dorsi Gluteus maximus Biceps Triceps Pectoralis major Biceps femoris Soleus Achilles tendon 06/Kelly-Rickard/Muscular-System.jpg V_am0/ST3vSOziAaI/AAAAAAAAABo/nJHXXW- YR5o/S1600-R/muscle_diagram.jpg

11 The skin is very important to your body. It prevents your muscles from getting damaged, and keeps your bones and important organisms inside your body. Without the skin, many important body parts would get damaged and most likely you would die. The skin is a very important body part, and here’s why. (Paragraph below shows why) Skin is very important to your body and here’s why: The protects our body in a lot of ways, it can prevents our valuable bones and inside organs from getting harmed. It also keeps our body’s at the correct temperature, which keeps us healthy. The skin also gives us the sense of touch. The skin is the biggest organ in our body. The skin protects the inside organs and bones, keep the skin healthy, so you can protect your whole body

12 The main thing about the nervous system is that without it, you’d die. Without the nervous system, you wouldn’t be able to taste, smell, hear, think, breath, heart beating, laugh, sleep, feel pain or pleasure, run, dream, remember anything, paint, or even write without the nervous system. Without it, you wouldn’t be able to do anything of the things above. It is EXTREMELY important to your body!!! The nervous system is basically a network that transfers messages from the brain to the rest of the body. It gives you many abilities as shown in the paragraph below. You could not survive without the nervous system, so be thankful you have one!!! Read the paragraph above, you couldn’t do any one of those things without the nervous system! Protect it well! iley_with_thumbs_up.gif

13 hill.k12.sc.us/schools/middle/slms/Digestive_AH4/Dig estive%20system.gif Your digestive system started working even before you took the first bite of your pizza. And the digestive system will be busy at work on your chewed up lunch for the next few hours or sometimes days, depending upon what you've eaten. This process, called digestion, allows your body to get the nutrients and energy it needs from the food you eat. So let's find out what's happening to that pizza, orange, and milk. Look at the paragraph below for more info. The digestive system is an important part of the human body. It helps us digest our food, so you get the energy and nutrients from the food or drink. Like when you eat fruit, you wouldn’t get the health from that fruit without the digestive system. The digestive system helps our bodies in many ways, these are just a few. The digestive systems helps you get all the proteins from foods, which keeps you healthy %20awesome/dillpickles_400/Awesome_mc_HT_Sm iley.gif

14 The circulatory system is extremely important to your body, escpecially your blood flow. The circulatory system is what keeps your blood flowing, from the heart and through the blood veins. Here’s how it works, the heart pumps water out through little pumps, and the circulatory system carries it around the body. It’s that simple! The movement of the blood through the heart and around the body is called circulation, and your heart is really good at it takes less than 60 seconds to pump blood to every cell in your body. Your body needs this steady supply of blood to keep it working right. Blood delivers oxygen to all the body's cells. To stay alive, a person needs healthy, living cells. Without oxygen, these cells would die. And you can not live without oxygen- rich cells. Look at the paragraph below for more info. content/uploads/2008/09/circulatory_system.gif You need oxygen rich blood to live! Protect the circulatory system! nk-smiley.jpg

15 All of the blood cells in your body need oxygen. Without it, the blood cells couldn’t turn food into energy, which would kill you. When you breath in air, the oxygen spread through your body, spreading it to the blood cells. How does this all work? With the respiratory system. The lungs, airways, diaphragm, windpipe, throat, mouth, and nasal passages are all part of the respiratory system. Respiration is the process of breathing in and out through this system. Smoking and air pollution are two common causes of respiratory problems. seaseImages/2218_respiratory_anatomy_450.jpg If you don’t smoke, you will have a healthy respiratory system 56v13mj.jpg

16 The heart is probably the most important part of the body, and it is probably the first body part you learn. Most young kids think that the heart is shaped like a heart, but it is really not. You know how your heart beats, when your heart beats, it pumps blood into parts of the body. Without the heart, you’d die in seconds The heart is made up of four different blood- filled areas, and each of these areas is called a chamber. There are two chambers on each side of the heart. One chamber is on the top and one chamber is on the bottom. The two chambers on top are called the. If you're talking only about one, call it an atrium. The atria are the chambers that fill with the blood returning to the heart from the body and lungs. The heart has a left atrium and a right atrium. Look at the paragraph below for more info. Keep active to protect the heart, it is VERY valuable https://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/Internet/afibce nter/images/normal_heart.jpg Angels/Big_heart.gif

17 Heart problems are the leading cause of death in the world. A woman’s heart beats faster than a man’s. The human heart weighs less than a pound. The human heart beats about 35 million times a year Most heart attacks occur around 8 and 9 am. In a lifetime, the heart pumps 1 million barrels of blood Heart problems are the leading cause of death in the world. A woman’s heart beats faster than a man’s. The human heart weighs less than a pound. The human heart beats about 35 million times a year Most heart attacks occur around 8 and 9 am. In a lifetime, the heart pumps 1 million barrels of blood body-facts.html

18 abeled_diagram_human_brain.jpg The human brain is the center intelligence in your body. Without one, you’d be as dumb as a rock. It keeps your whole body moving. If you didn’t have a brain, you would not be able to move or solve anything, because you would not know how to do it. So next time you have to do your math homework, be thankful you have your brain! You want to take care of the brain, because without it, your body couldn’t function right. Here are some things you should try to avoid: Brain Tumers. They are the second leader children’s cancer in the world. It affects about 2,300 kids per year.

19 Atrium: A body cavity or chamber, especially either of the upper chambers of the heart that receives blood from the veins and forces it into a ventricle. Ventricle: A chamber of the heart that receives blood from an atrium and pumps it to the arteries The Respiratory System: the group of organs responsible for carrying oxygen from the air to the bloodstream, and for expelling carbon dioxide. The Circulatory system: the organs and tissues involved in circulating blood and lymph through the body Organ: A part of the body that performs a specific function. For example, the heart is an organ Heart Chamber: One of the four sections of the heart used to aid in pumping blood into or out of the correct veins and arteries.

20 Wear sunscreen, to protect the skin from the suns rays. Get at least 60 minutes of exercise each day, to help the whole body. DON’T SMOKE!!!!!!!!! This can cause major respiratory problems, and that is NOT good for your health Eat healthy, this can be annoying, but it can be extremely important to the human body ml

21 Power point by: Jack Brant Computers provided by: The Kensington Intermediate School Computer lab Research: Books from the Kensington Library and the internet Websites used most: Kidshealth.org and wikipedia

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