Anatomy And Physiology: Learning All About You For Kids: Human Body Encyclopedia by Speedy PublishingA Good Attempt, But Needs Work
Bases on the title I assumed that the purpose of the book is to educate children ages 6-12 about human anatomy and physiology via images And narrative. I believe it misses the mark. First the narrative while correct is much to complex for the target audience a to general to allow for a true understanding of the bodies systems. In addition many of the images contain a detailed labeling of a potion of some organs and structures that fail to explain the relationship to the operation of a particular function of the system under discussion. Perhaps the best approach is to maintain a more simplistic approach.
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We hope you are enjoying using our website. In this section we have all you need to know about the human body. So, in this section we talk about things like the brain. There are billions of cells in the brain that send and receive information throughout the body. Did you know some people have an excessive production of ear wax? This can press hard against the eardrum and cause people to have earing problems, really!!! The average adult breathes around twelve to twenty times a minute, when resting.
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Your body is more amazing than any machine on earth. Your brain works like a complex computer, telling all the other systems in your body what to do. Your circulatory system includes your heart and blood. It delivers nutrients to your organs and keeps things clean. Your skin protects your body and keeps you from drying out. Bones give your body structure and strength. Muscles move your body.
Humans are a type of animal a mammal. In Year 1 children will learn to identify and name basic body parts. They will explore the different senses. Year 2 children learn about the importance of exercise and a healthy balanced diet. They also discuss personal hygiene washing their hands, cleaning their teeth, etc. In Year 3 children are taught about the skeleton.
Check out these 15 fascinating facts about our bodies…. Your mouth produces about one litre of saliva each day! The average person has 67 different species of bacteria in their belly button. You lose about 4kg of skin cells every year! Information zooms along nerves at about kmph! The human heart beats more than three billion times in an average lifespan.