Look at each of these images below. Can you tell what each of them are? Do you think you know what their main function and purpose is?
Make sure you study hard, review your notes, and you will ROCK this Science Test.
This quarter we will be studying some exciting new topics as we research the process in which our bodies function. Each day we will discuss an essential question that will help gain a strong understanding of the way our body is designed.
Lesson 1 - How do the bones, joints, and muscles work together?
Lesson 2 - How are rodent and human skeletal systems similar and different?
Lesson 3 - How many bones are in each subset of our skeletal system?
Lesson 4 - What is it like to perform everyday activities without a thumb?
Lesson 5 - What physical features allow us to perform intricate everyday tasks?
Lesson 7 - How are the bones and joints in humans and other animals similar and different?
Lesson 8 - What causes the bones in our legs to move?
Lesson 9 - How do muscles attach to the bones to make movement possible?
Lesson 10 -How is the arm model similar and different than the leg and thumb models?
Lesson 11 - What is skin? How does skin protect our bodies?
Lesson 13 - What causes us to move or respond in various situations?
Lesson 14 - What factors might affect the response time?
Lesson 15 - Why might one hand have a quicker response time?
Lesson 16 - How do forces affect the speed and direction of objects?
The Incredible Human Machine