7.L.3B.2 Construct explanations for how systems in the human body (including circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, nervous, and musculoskeletal systems) work together to support the essential life functions of the body.
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Do you know how your lungs work, or your heart? How does your nose or your eye tell your brain what you smell or see? Can you put the organs of the digestive system together to see how different food items are digested? Click on the links below to find out more!
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What happens to the food you eat? Follow Molly Marshmallow on her adventure through the digestive system.
What are some of the parts of your blood and what do they do? Check out the exciting blood mobile on its journey through the human body.
What happens if you get a blood transfusion with the wrong blood type? Even though a patient's own blood type is the first choice for blood transfusions, it's not always available at the blood bank. Try to save some patients' lives and learn about human blood types! Click on the link below to test your skills.
Can you identify and describe the parts of the respiratory system? Click on the link below to explore how this system works.
What does the skeletal system tell you about a person? Can you determine the height, gender, or even race just by looking at someone's bones? Investigate a missing person's case. Can you solve the mystery by analyzing a set of human skeletal remains? Click the PowerPoint below to try out your forensic science skills.
Do you know how many bones you have? Do you know how they connect and move? What are the names of the bones in your skeleton. Click on the link below to find the answer to these questions and more!
Muscles and bone work together to help you move. Muscles are also found in other parts of your body and help blood and food move through body systems. Check out the video below for more information.
Do you know how many parts are in the brain? What types of nerves do you have? What is the difference between a reflex and a regular nerve reaction? Click on the the PowerPoint below to answer these questions and many more!
How does your body get rid of waste? Check out the video below to see how your excretory system works.
Explore the different body systems, parts, and their functions. Click on the link below for dozens of games and interactives.
Think you have it all figured out? Take the practice quiz below to see what you need to review before the test. Click on the links below to test your knowledge.