Circulatory/Nervous
Respiratory System
Digestive/Excretory
Skeletal/Muscular
ANYTHING
100

What system pumps blood throughout our bodies? 

Circulatory System

100

System that functions on respiration 

Respiratory System

100

Grinds food and mixes it with enzymes and acid

The stomach 

100

Supports the body and protects your organs

The Skeletal System 

100

How many bones does an adult skeleton have? 

206

200

What are the three types of blood vessels? 

Arteries, Veins, Capillaries

200

The system that works with the respiratory system is the _________________ system. 

Circulatory

200

Letter 5 is pointing to what? DOUBLE POINTS

Large Intestine

200

Contracts to make our bodies and organs move- DOUBLE POINTS

The Muscular System 

200

Your deltoid muscles are also called what? DOUBLE POINTS

shoulders

300

This particular part receives and makes sense of signals sent from nerve cells and send information to the body's muscles and organs. 

The Brain 

300

What are the sacs in your lungs called that exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide? 

Alveoli

300

What eliminates cellular waste that has been filtered from blood? DOUBLE POINTS

The Excretory System 

300

What are the 4 important jobs of the skeletal system? 

Support, Protection, Production, Storage

300

What is the largest organ in your body? 

Skin 

400

Contains nerves that travel to and from your brain. DOUBLE POINTS

Spinal Cord 

400

Letter I is pointing to what? 

Left Bronchi 

400

blood enters, passes through millions of tiny filters called nephrons creating liquid waste- TRIPPLE POINTS

Kidneys

400

#13 is pointing to what muscle 

deltoid muscle 

400

The main muscle that expands and contracts to help you breath

Diaphragm 

500

Close your notebook: 

What are nerves 

are like a bunch of wires that send signals to and from the brain. 

500

Close your notebook: Letter K is pointing to what? 

Alveoli 

500

Close your notebooks: 

What is the purpose of the bladder? 

to store urine until it is eliminated from the body 

500

Close your notebooks: 

What is the difference between voluntary muscles and involuntary muscles? give an example to receive full points 

Voluntary- controlled by choice like skeletal system 

Involuntary- Not controlled by choice like the heart and digestive system 

500

Close your notebooks: 

Explain how all of the body systems work together. Remember there are 7: Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive, Excretory, Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous ALL of those words must be in your explanation. The first one to raise your paper in the air will be the paper I read first.  

The circulatory system, consisting of the heart and blood vessels, transports oxygen and nutrients to the body's cells, which is essential for their proper functioning. The respiratory system, including the lungs and airways, provides oxygen to the circulatory system and removes carbon dioxide, a waste product of cellular respiration. The digestive system breaks down food into nutrients that can be absorbed by the circulatory system and used by the body. The excretory system, composed of the kidneys and urinary system, filters waste products from the blood and eliminates them through urine. The skeletal system provides support and protection for the body's organs, while the muscular system allows for movement and helps maintain posture. Finally, the nervous system coordinates the activities of all the other systems, sending and receiving signals to and from different parts of the body to ensure proper functioning and response to stimuli.

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