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Circulation.

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Transcript of Circulation.

Questions
Blood Vessels
Blood vessels

are tubes that transport your blood to every part of the body. There are two types of blood vessels: veins and arteries.


Blood and Circulation

Our blood takes the substances we need to all parts of the body so that they function properly.
The movement of blood through our bodies is called
circulation.

Circulation I
1.-What is the purpose of blood circulation?
2.- Which organs make up the circulatory system?
Arteries

carry blood away from the heart to the rest of the body.
Veins

carry blood to the heart from the rest of the body.
The heart

is the organ that pumps blood throughout the body.

Activities
heart- blood vessels - blood
1.- The ___________ are tubes that carry blood.

2.- The ____________ takes oxygen and nourishment to all parts of the body.

3.- The ___________ pumps the blood.
Video
3.- What does the heart do?
The Circulatory System.
This system is made up of the heart and blood vessels.
Complete the sentences with the words below:
Capilaries
are the thinnest blood vessels
they carry blood from the arteries to the
veins.
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