lunes, 12 de octubre de 2015

Our EYES, EARS, NOSE, TONGUE and SKIN collect information and send it to our BRAIN. Our brain helps us to understand the world around us.
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  • Our body needs oxygen. Oxygen comes from the air we breathe into our lungs. Our heart pumps the oxygen around the rest of the body in our blood.
  • Our body needs food to grow, be active and stay healthy. Our digestive system breaks down the food and absorbs its nutrients. Nutrients travel to the rest of our body in our bloodstream.
  • Our skeleton is made up of many bones. It supports our body. As we grow, our bones grow too. Our skeleton protects organs such as our brain, heart and lungs.
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¿Cuántas palabras eres capaz de encontrar?
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  • Muscles help move our bones. All our bones have muscles connected to them. Muscles work in pairs to pull the bones.
  • Our biceps muscle contracts (get shorter and fatter) and pulls up our arm.
  • Our biceps muscle relaxes.
  • Our triceps muscle relaxes (gets longer and tinner).
  • Our triceps muscle contracts and pulls down our arm.

domingo, 11 de octubre de 2015

¡Hola campeones!
Habéis empezado un nuevo tema y es uno de los que más me gusta. Espero que a vosotros también.

The Sun is a star and it is at the centre of the Solar System. There are 8 planets in the Solar System. All the planets move around the Sun. This movement is called Revolution.
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¡Aquí los tenéis! ¿Os lo sabéis en orden? ¡Seguro que sí!

  • The Sun is a star.
  • The Earth is a planet.
  • We live on the Earth.
  • The planets move around the Sun.
  • The Sun is at the centre of the Solar System.
The Earth takes 365 days, or one year, to complete one revolution around the Sun. Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun, takes only 88 days.

A satellite is an object that moves around a planet or a star. The Moon is a satillate because it moves around the Earth. The Sun lights up the Moon, which looks as if it is changing shape. These different shapes are called the phases of the Moon.
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The Earth is always turning on its axis. This movement is called ROTATION and is the reason we have DAY AND NIGHT. On the side of the Earth facing the Sun it is day and on the other side it is night.

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sábado, 10 de octubre de 2015


Plants are multicellular. They make their own food through a process called photosynthesis. During the photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen.

Protists are usually unicellular, but some are multicellular. Most protists are found in water. The AMOEBA is an unicellular protist, which takes in its food by absorbing it throught the cell membrane. ALGAE are protists that can be unicellular or multicellular. They also make their own food through photosynthesis.

All organisms in this kingdom are unicellular. They can be found on land, in the air, in water and inside other living things. BACTERIA belong to the Monera Kingdom. We use some bacteria to make food, such as cheese and yoghurt. Some bacteria feed on dead plants and animals.

Animals are multicellular. They can´t make their own food, so they get the energy they need to survive by feeding on other living things. Most animals have the ability to move.

Fungi can be unicellular or multicellular. Fungi can´t make their own food. They obtain the nutrients they need from the remains of dead plants and animals.

jueves, 8 de octubre de 2015

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