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Science - Internal Organs

HOME LEARNING - SUMMER TERM WEEK 7 - SCIENCE


THE HUMAN BODY - INTERNAL ORGANS

Where are they and what do they do?

 

Our science topic for the second half of the summer term is 'Human Body - Skeleton, Organs, Diet and Nutrition', where we aim to discover what the human body is made up of and how we keep it healthy.

 

USE THE INFORMATION AND LINKS BELOW to find out what the internal body organs are, what they do and where they are.

 

This week we have 2 tasks:

TASK 1 - Label the Body Picture - What organ goes where?

Use the other pictures on this page to help you correctly label which part of the picture is which body organ.

 

TASK 2 - What does each organ do?

Now you know where all the main body organs are, time to discover what they all do! Use the information sheets, video links and websites to find out a bit about each of your body organs and what their main job (function) is. 

 

Write just a sentence or two to name the organ and explain the job ... please do not write too much detail, just the main idea ... you are not sitting a GCSE smiley Use the example to help you get started.

Useful websites full of body organ information and facts:

BBC Learning - Major Organs of the Human Body

Human Organs and Their Functions | Human Body System for Kids And Children

Nice and simple to understand. Main organs and function clearly explained.

Learn about the Body | Parts of the Human Body, Science & Anatomy for Preschool Kids | Samsung Kids

"A Song About the Body" is a dance-worthy song that teaches about our bones, muscles, and some cute organs that fill Sam's body.

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