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Environmental Science (EVS) : Body Parts (Class II)


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Environmental Science (EVS)
Body Parts, Internal Organs

Environmental Science (EVS) : Body Parts (Class II)

  1. 1. EVS: MY BODY Internal Organs
  2. 2. Internal Organs Brain Heart Stomach Bones Joints Muscles Internal Organs
  3. 3. Brain Heart Stomach Bones Joints Muscles Parts that are inside our body are called as internal organs. An organ is something that has specific function. Main internal organs are as below: Internal Organs
  4. 4. Brain Heart Stomach Controls all organs and Body parts Pumps Blood to all parts of the body Helps to Digest the Food Brain: It is located within our skull and controls all organs and body parts. Heart: It is made up of muscles and pumps blood through complete body. Stomach: It helps digest food and converts food into energy. Function of Internal Organs
  5. 5. Heart, lungs and stomach are protected by the rib cage. Long leg bones keep our legs straight and help us walk Arm bones gives shape and support to the hand. Skull bone protects the eyes and brain. Human Skeleton Bones are hard and they give shape and support to our body. Bones protect organs from getting damaged. Different bones have different functions. Function of Internal Organs: Bones
  6. 6. Wrist Knee Ankle Elbow Human body and Joints Joints are formed when two bones meet. Joints and muscles together help us in body actions. Examples of Joints: Elbow, Wrist, Knee, Ankle, Neck, Hip and Waist. Function of Internal Organs: Joints
  7. 7. Hand Heart Stomach Leg Muscles are connected to our bones and can be found below our skin. Muscles and bones together help us move. Heart and stomach are also made up of muscles. Function of Internal Organs: Muscles
  8. 8. Body Movements Drawing Dancing Kicking a football Joints used: • Elbow • Wrist • Knee • Ankle and • Hip Joints used: • Elbow • Wrist • Fingers • Neck and • Knee Joints used: • Ankle • Knee • Hip and • Toes
  9. 9. Body Movements Lawn Mowing Walking Studying Joints used: • Ankle • Knee • Elbow • Wrist and • Fingers. Joints used : • Knee • Wrist • Elbow and • Neck Joints used: • Ankle • Knee • Elbow and • Neck
  10. 10. Thank You !!! -