Human Body Systems By: allie bentz

Today, we are going to learn about some of the systems in your body. The first one is Digestive.

The Digestive System is a group of organs that work together in order to help keep your body healthy and working properly.

The digestive system is a group of the following organs: 1.) Stomach 2.) Large Entestine 3.) Small Ensestine 4.) Bladder 5.) Anus

The food first goes to the stomach and gets digested through the large entestine as it passes through. The food then passes through the small entestine and the food is barely even food now, it's just something that used to be food. Then it goes down into the bladder to be thrown out.

The respiratory system helps us breathe. The diaphram is the bar like thing under our lungs, so as the diaphram pulls down, your lungs expand so you can breathe in oxygen. When the diaphram pushes up, your lungs squish together so you can exhale.

Kidneys are the two little things in the back of your body that are right next to your spine. They look like Trix the rabbit, if you're wondering. They help filter your blood. Kidneys are actually not a necessity for you. Some people are born without kidneys and they are still alive and well.

Credits:

Created with images by Hey Paul Studios - "Digestive System Anatomical Embroidery Hoop Art. Hand Painted Blue Watercolor." • Hey Paul Studios - "Digestive System Anatomical Embroidery Hoop Art. Hand Painted Blue Watercolor." • jetheriot - "nervous with pink" • Tmelu - "Human respiratory system" • Hey Paul Studios - "Digestive System Anatomical Embroidery Hoop Art. Hand Painted Blue Watercolor." • Tmelu - "Human respiratory system"

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