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Basic Body Internet Hunt

Directions: Click on the links (underlined words) to go to the web site with the answer. Use the Back button or the Go menu to return
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1. A doctor uses a ................. to listen to your heart. What sounds does a healthy heart make?



2. How many bones did you have when you were a baby? ______________________

How many bones will you have when you are an adult? __________________

Figure it out: What is the difference?


3.Write the path that air takes when you take in a breath.




4. About how many muscles do you have?

> 600


5. You are covered with skin. Why is washing every day important?




6. What makes you hiccup? (Click in the tiny box in the top left corner of the mini window to close it.)



7. It helps digest your food. It grosses out grown ups. You may call it spit.
What is another name for it
? (Click in the tiny box in the top left corner of the mini window to close it.



8. The liver is a very important organ. How does it help the body?



9. What bone protects the brain? Click on English - Skeleton - Bones Narrated tour.


What bones protect the heart? ___________________________________________

Calculate - All About Bones



Extra Extra:

Learn more about the human body at:Virtual Body -

Try the Basic Body Facts Crossword puzzle

Check out NSF Scrub Club for some handy info and advice. | How do your spend your time?

Food + Activity = Weight | Lunch Menu Calories tracking project | Heart facts Internet Activity | Heart Health project

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