Week #9: October 19 - October 23
The spine is your backbone and stretches the length of your torso.
Your Scapula is a flat bone that is commonly called your shoulder blade.
Your Clavicle is the cylindrical bone commonly known as your collar bone.
Your Ribs and Sternum are fused together and create the Rib Cage.
Your Pelvis is your hip bone. You can remember this because "Elvis Shook his Pelvis"
Week #8: October 13 - October 16
Bones have a hard outer covering that is made up of tiny tubes. Nerves and blood vessels run through the tiny tubes of the outer layers.
Underneath the outer layer is a hard, strong layer of bone cells that is surrounded by deposits of minerals such as calcium and phosphorus.
The inner layer of bone is spongy with many air spaces. In the very center of the spongy bone layer is a tissue called Bone Marrow. Bone Marrow is where blood cells are made.
Week #7: October 5 - October 9
Second the parts of the skeletal system is used to protect vital organs such as your spinal cord, lungs, heart, kidneys and brain.
The primary components of the skeletal system are Bones, Ligaments, Tendons and Cartilidge.
Bones are the hard structures that make up your skeleton. Ligaments connect bones to other bones. Tendons connect muscles to bones, and Cartilidge is a cushioning material that exists between bones and can also be found in your ears and nose.
Week #6: September 28 - October 2
Week #5: September 21 - September 25
Arteries carry the blood away from your heart, veins carry the blood back towards your heart. Capillaries are the smallest blood vessels in the body and connect arteries to veins.
Your Blood consists of Blood Cells and Blood Plasma. Blood Plasma is the liquid substance that blood is made of. Red blood cells transport oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the body. White blood cells are your bodies disease fighting cells. They are part of your immune system. Platelets help your blood clot and repair damaged tissue.
Week #4: September 14 - September 18
You breathe in air through your nose and mouth.
Air travels down the trachea or windpipe. Do not confuse your windpipe and your esophagus they are two separate tubes.
The trachea will then divide into two separate smaller tubes known as bronchi tubes. at the end of these are small air sacks called alveoli.
The lungs are less like balloons and more like spongy tissue created by the alveoli.
Week #3: September 8 - September 11
The right side of the heart fills with non oxygenated blood from the body. It then pumps to the lungs.
The left side of the heart receives oxygen rich blood from the lungs.
The left ventricle pumps blood out through the Aorta, the largest artery in the body.
The Aorta may be an Artery but it is also considered part of the heart.
Week #2: August 31 - September 4
The Heart is the pump that pushes blood throughout the body.
The Lungs are your body's way of obtaining oxygen. Your lungs also help your body remove carbon dioxide.
The Blood Vessels are your arteries and veins. Arteries and veins are the way that your body uses to transport nutrients to your body's cells.
Arteries cary blood away from your heart, and veins cary blood back towards your heart.
Week #1: August 25 - 28
A SMART goal is: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic & Relevant, and lastly Time Bound.
Use the sheet to the right to set three of your own goals. Start at Not Yet and work your way to Wow!
Remember to always be a YETI! It is important to have a growth mindset when it comes to P.E. When you struggle to do something instead of saying "I can't," try "I can't YET."