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Science

This week, you are going to have a go at creating your skin, bones and muscles using resources from home to represent each part! Make sure you do this with an adult at home.

 

We have been learning that our body is made up of layers which do different jobs.

 

Our bones are like scaffolding; they give us structure and shape, and they hold us up, otherwise we would be a blob!

 

Our muscles help us to move; they join to the bones to move them. Muscles often work together, pushing or pulling, to make our arms and legs bend.

 

Our skin is the biggest organ (part) of our body; it stops our delicate parts of the body inside getting damaged; it can let things into and out of our body by very small holes called pores; it is spongy to protect our body from bumps.

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