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1 . s^^-^^. 0^^- B «*-^.^^^--"'- s»'"-^w.^*"' Systems of the Human Body The body is made up of an amazing group of systems. The systems of the body all work together and need each other to keep the body healthy and well. Each system has certain functions. The systems of the body are made up of groups of organs that work together to carry out the functions of that system. Write the name of the body system that matches the description of the functions. IT K orc Bank muscular excretory respiratory digestive endocrine nervous. The functions of this system are to support and move the body and protect some of the organs. The function of this system is to control all movement in the body. 3.. The function of this system is to change food into a form that can be used by the body.. The function of this system is to bring in oxygen for the body to use and to take away carbon dioxide.. The function of this system is to excrete, or remove, wastes from the body.. This system helps to control the body by releasing chemicals called hormones.. The function of this system is to carry materials such as food and oxygen to the cells throughout the body. 8.. The functions of this system are to receive and carry messages to control the body and all of its parts. ) Carson-Dellosa CD-4329

2 . ^»«- "-^^. ^.«- "»^. O M -,»*- "*- *+ a.^..-~~ lm Let's Get Organized Each system of the body is made up of organs that work together to perform a specific function. Each organ does a certain job as part of the system. Some organs belong to more than one system. Write the name of each organ under the name of the system to which it belongs. Not all lines will be used. brain muscles liver diaphragm urethra bones spinal cord bladder esophagus nerves thyroid gland lungs joints small intestine adrenal glands stomach pituitary gland trachea blood vessels tendons kidney ureter heart ligaments pancreas Skeletal System Muscular System Digestive System nervous System Circulatory System Respiratory System Endocrine System Excretory System i Carson-Dellosa CD-4329

3 «-*«~***,^,_ ^.^" " ^.c^^-"" 5 "'-^ crine System, vw,wo^5 SysSerr The Framework of the Body Label the major bones of the body in the diagram of the skeletal system. Scientific name (Common name) cranium (skull) clavicle (collarbone) carpals (wrist bones) patella (kneecap) pelvis (hipbone) scapula (shoulder blade) tarsals (ankle bones) fibula (lower leg bone) tibia (shinbone) rib cage (ribs) phalanges (fingers and toes) radius (lower arm bone) vertebrae (backbone) femur (thighbone) ulna (lower arm bone) mandible (jawbone) humerus (upper arm bone) ^ ) Carson-Dellosa CD-4329

4 ' '%fe stem m. OOB-W DW e - "- ' ""^ CteulcrtoH^0 w ortne Syste" 1 BccretofySyste,,, system 0us' Mr. Matchmaker Most bones have a scientific name and a common name. Write the words from the in the spaces to match the common name of each bone to its scientific name. Common name arm bone thighbone kneecap skull finger bones hipbone backbone ribs foot bones jawbone mandible cranium Carson-Dellosa CD-4329

5 *«**»*_-. - ^ &<Cret0,ySySte '"-^0_._.^WO* SVStem ' ' "Ocz/ne system. The Digestive System Use the words from the to label the diagram of the digestive system. salivary, glands pancreas small intestine stomach gallbladder mouth liver rectum large intestine esophagus ^ ^^gmnm Carson-Dellosa CD

6 . s ^ ^ - ^, Bccretory System c S y ^ - p I W 0 f y ^ m > c f c ^ ^ ^ ^. f ^ ^ Systerr a crlne system" The Respiratory System Use the words from the to label the diagram of the respiratory system. f K pharynx bronchial tube lung diaphragm epiglottis larynx trachea ) Carson-Dellosa CD-4329 Wl

7 system 5^em-»Wo-y ^ ^ ^ S c u m ^ e %e^ C/rculatoW 91** >ff*, Excretory System. na octine System.g«S» The Beat Goes On?he o%gen rich biood out to all parts of the body. Label the diagram of the heart right ventricle pulmonary artery vena cava V right atrium left ventricle aorta pulmonary veins valve (use more than once) left atrium. r. il..e -_ r_n

8 /r\ f~*r~trcr\r\..nellnsa CD *-esn 5v ^em. circulated. Excretory System. p \Ae^ 5 g^stert na crine System * The Excretory System label the diagram of the excretory system. Use the words from the to m skin lung urethra kidney ureter bladder ^ _

9 s^s.,em M ^, ^ D^eSV,em *»*0tov_~. ^ ^. ^ -.,em ^ V"* 0 System "**** f _, ***** a crfne System The Endocrine System the words from the to label the diagram of the endocrine system. Use (T ^ thyroid gland pancreas pituitary gland ovaries (female) testes (male) adrenal glands parathyroid glands ^ _ Carson-Dellosa CD

10 Unscramble the words and fill in the boxes..excretory System.oU-SV* 3 " ****** system-^0 The Gland Finale 1. the female reproductive organs that release hormones to produce female characteristics and prepare the body for reproduction vaiores 2. chemicals that are produced by glands and released into the blood honrmeso 3. the gland located just under the stomach that releases insulin and pancreatic juice aparescn 4. the system of the body that is made up of glands that release chemicals to control certain body functions dconeinre 5. the "master gland" located at the base of the brain which controls growth and releases many different hormones to control other glands itryaiput 6. the four glands that help control the amount of calcium and phosphorous in the blood atihrradoyp 7. the glands that release adrenaline to help the body respond to stress and exercise Idanera 8. the male reproductive organs that release hormones to produce male characteristics and prepare the body for reproduction setest 9. the gland in the neck that makes a hormone which controls the rate at which the body uses energy yrhdoit > Carson-Dellosa CD

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