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by National Geographic Learning

Download Reading Expeditions (Science: The Human Body): Bones and Muscles ePub
  • ISBN 0792245857
  • ISBN13 978-0792245858
  • Language English
  • Author National Geographic Learning
  • Publisher National Geographic School Pub; 1 edition (January 25, 2007)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats mbr rtf lit mobi
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1297 kb
  • Size Fb2 1280 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 182

Like girders in a building, bones form the framework of our bodies and muscles make them move. Discover how muscles and bones interact and how breakthroughs in technology are making bionic body parts a reality.

A full-body human specimen injected with a polymer preservative stands on display at an exhibition called "Bodies.

A full-body human specimen injected with a polymer preservative stands on display at an exhibition called "Bodies. The show features 22 whole-body specimens and over 260 organs and partial-body specimens, designed to give visitors an insight into the inner workings of the human body. Photograph by Shannon Stapleton, Reuters. Stimulate the brain and find out how this fantastically complex organ is the body's primary control center. Every cell in the body depends on this muscle, the body's hardest-working organ. Feed the body different foods and discover how this system is the body's fuel factory.

By (author) National Geographic Learning. Other books in this series. Free delivery worldwide. Like girders in a building, bones form the framework of our bodies and muscles make them move. Discover how muscles and bones interact and how breakthroughs in technology are making bionic body parts a reality. National Geographic Learning.

by National Geographic Learning. Informal assessment includes comprehension quest.

Book Description National Geographic Society.

ISBN 13: 9780792288596. Published by National Geographic Society. Book Description National Geographic Society.

National Geographic Learning. National Geographic Society, Cengage Learning.

Information Book- Human Body Factory is a great book to use in a science classroom to teach children about .

Information Book- Human Body Factory is a great book to use in a science classroom to teach children about anatomy and body systems. Including all the major components of the human body, this collection explains why we have bones, muscles and various bodily systems. My Senses KS1 (10 Books).

Join us here at National Geographic Kids to discover fifteen fascinating facts . 5. Bodies give off a tiny amount of light that’s too weak for the eye to see.

Join us here at National Geographic Kids to discover fifteen fascinating facts about the human body. 4. The word muscle comes from Latin term meaning little mouse, which is what Ancient Romans thought flexed bicep muscles resembled. 6. The average person has 67 different species of bacteria in their belly button. 7. You lose about 4kg of skin cells every year!

Humans have important body systems that help us stay alive and healthy. All About Muscles - Level U PDF Project Get Moving!

Humans have important body systems that help us stay alive and healthy. Each system plays an important role, and is made up of several key organs and components. The unit The Human Body helps students explore the structures that make up their body, and how the various parts of their body work together. This unit focuses on the following body systems: skeletal, muscular, nervous, respiratory, circulatory, digestive, and excretory. Print Unit Guide PDF Project Unit Guide. All About Muscles - Level U PDF Project Get Moving! All About Muscles - Level U. Single-sided.