Kidneys Lungs Eyes Heart Brain The Body Stomach Liver THANK YOU
Eyes Eyes take pictures of the world around you and send the pictures to your brain. Your brain works out what your eyes are seeing. This happens from the moment that you open your eyes in the morning to when you close your eyes at night.
kidney The kidney play a critical role in the body : Acting as the body's filtering system , they help to water levels and eliminate wastes through urine.
Stomach The stomach's main function is digestion. It does this by: Storing the food we eat. Breaking down the food into a liquidly mixture called chyme. Mixing enzymes which is are chemicals that break down food. Slowly empties that liquidly mixture into the small intestine
Liver The liver helps you by taking toxins out of your blood. Wait! Why do you have toxins in your blood in the first place? Sometimes your body produces them as part of its normal function, like breaking down protein, a component in foods such as meat and nuts.
Lungs The lung on your left is a bit smaller than the lung on the right because it has to make room for your heart to fit in your chest too. They need to be close together because they work together. Your rib cage goes around your lungs and heart to protect them from damage. Your ribs also move when you breathe in and out.
Heart Our heart and lungs work together. Heart gives oxygen to our nerves and then our body works together. We breath 10000 times in a day. The heart is a muscle.
Brain If you let your brain work properly your brain will be safe. Your brain is more powerful, more complex and more clever than any computer ever built. It is constantly dealing with hundreds of messages from the world around you, and from your body, and telling your body what to do.