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Body systems: Digestion

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Objectives

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Introduction to Science

What Digestion is?

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6.

Ingestion

Swallowing

Stomach

Small Intestine

Large Intestine

Elimination

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1. Ingestion

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2. Swallowing

Once you've chewed your food and it's mixed with saliva, you swallow it. The food travels down your esophagus, a muscular tube, to your stomach.

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3. Stomach

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4. Small intestine

The partially digested food moves into the small intestine, where bile from the liver and enzymes from the pancreas and intestinal walls continue breaking down the food. Here, nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream to provide energy for your body.

Small Intestine

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5. Large intestine

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6. Elimination

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Fun facts!

- The human digestive system is like a long, twisty tube that's around 30 feet (9 meters) long in adults! - Your stomach produces hydrochloric acid, which is strong enough to dissolve some metals. - The small intestine is where most of the digestion and absorption of nutrients take place.

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Let's practice

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Let's practice

Welcome 6th graders!

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Let's practice

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Let's practice

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