Welcome to Wellbeing Day @Grade 5
Click on the link below for an outline of Mrs Veal’s activities today.
In reading groups and when you have some finishing off time over the last couple of weeks of term, we would like you to work on your Wellbeing Keynote. You started this at the beginning of the term. This Keynote will reflect what you have learnt over our Integrated unit: Wellbeing.
Some ideas for slides might be:
- A slide for each of the body systems from our rotations: Muscular System, Digestive System, Skeletal System & Nervous System. Reflect on the activities you participated in and any facts you learnt from each session.
- A slide each for the four healthy living rotations you participated in: Mental Health, Sleep, Nutrition & Physical Activity. Reflect on the activities you participated in and describe why each of these areas of health are important to our wellbeing.
- Research the answers to some of the questions you had at the beginning of the unit which you haven’t found out the answers to yet, eg. Why do we blink? Why do we get sick? etc.
- Anything else you have discovered this term that you find interesting or would like to share with others.
You can write your story on Pages but don’t forget to revise and edit your work before you publish it as a comment to this post. Good luck
Watch the video below and then answer the questions as a quality comment to this post. If you get time, explore the ‘Related Information’ section next to the video on the BtN website.
You will need to download pages from our 5V server from a book titled, What about the human body? by Steve Parker.
Answer the following questions in sentences. Use either Pages or Keynote.
1. Your body is made up of 50%, 70% or 90% of water?
2. Where is your skin thickest?
3. How many bones make up the skeleton?
4. How many pairs of ribs do you have?
5. Which is the longest bone in your body?
6.What pulls your bones and lets you move?
7. Where are your strongest muscles?
8.What gives your body energy?
9. Which is longer: your small or large intestine?
10. Which type of blood cells carry oxygen?
11. What should you do before you eat or drink?
12. What are the five senses?
13. Do you get goose pimples when you are hot or cold?
14. What do we call an automatic response by a muscle, which does not involve thinking?
15. Which gas does your body take in when you breathe?
- Your body is made up of 70% of water.
- The soles of your feet is where your skin is thickest.
- 206 bones make up the skeleton.
- You have 12 pairs of ribs.
- The thigh bone is the longest bone in your body.
- Muscles pull your bones and let you move.
- The strongest muscles is in your jaw.
- Food gives your body energy.
- The small intestine is longer than the large intestine.
- Red blood cells carry oxygen.
- You should wash your hand before you eat or drink.
- The five senses are sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste.
- You get goose pimples when you are cold.
- The automatic response by a muscle, which does not involve thinking is a reflex.
- The gas your body takes in when you breathe is oxygen.