Friday, 3 June 2016


My work on the Lungs

1. Your lungs take oxygen from the air you breathe in, for your body.
2. The oxygen in the air is passed from the tiny tubes in your lungs called bronchioles into your blood ad is shipped around your body.
3. Your body uses oxygen (02) and changes it into Carbon Dioxide (C02).
4. Your lungs also act as a full-time cleaner getting rid of the Carbon Dioxide from your body, which is exhaled out of your nose or mouth.

Your lungs have no muscles.
Your body uses rib cage muscle called diaphragm, to pull air into your lungs.
All living things need oxygen to survive.
You’ve got over 600 million tiny air sacs in your lungs called alveoli and if you laid them all out in front of you they would cover a tennis court.
If you smoke cigarettes, the tar and chemicals from smoke clog up the tiny bronchioles and alveoli so it is really hard for your body to absorb oxygen.   Air that we breathe is made up of thousands of gases. 78% is nitrogen gas 21% oxygen, and the other 1% is made up of Carbon Dioxide.


Title: Homophones

These are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings.

Word List

She wore a pretty blue dress to the party.

What time is high tide tonight on the ocean?

We are going for a sail on the lake in a yatch?

A lovely, colourful flower was in the vase.

The wind blew strong and stronger.

Did you go to the store’s summer sale?

Dad used self raising flour to make the cake.

I tied the knots very tightly.


The judge fined the speeding motorist.
In church we sang a traditional hymn.
The glazier replaced the broken pane of glass.
Did you find the lost brooch?
Inside the chapel she began to pray.
Are you going to give the present to him?
The eagle lunged at its prey.
I have a severe pain in my side.



It is silly to waste good food.
The jet climbed higher into the stratosphere.
I purchased some stationary at the news agents.
I guessed the correct answer.
He wore a blue belt around his waist.
My guest decided to stay at my home for another day.
How much does it cost to hire a tent.
The stationery tram was boarded by the passengers.

I knew that they would be coming over for lunch.
My dad bought me some new shoes.

My mum went shopping and so did I.
I got a chance to sew with my grandma.

I had steak for dinner.
My dad supported the plant with a stake.

My brother said that it was too cold for him to go outside.
My baby sister is turning two in a year.

My school uniform is over there.
Their books are all over the place.

I dare you to run around the tree.
I saw a beautiful dear in the forest.

I lead my family to the party.
My pencil led broke.

My feet were bare.
I saw a huge, ugly bear in the woods.

Whether I liked it or not I still had to go.
The weather today is very cloudy.

This is our work on homophones.

The foods journey to the large intestine

NAME: Jazire                                                        DATE:  2 June 2016

The food’s journey to the large intestine.

Introduction: The food you eat takes a long trip down to your stomach. It has to go through alot of obstacles so that it can reach your stomach.
When you chew your food, and it reaches your stomach, it gets mushed up into a liquidy surface by the acid that is in you right now.

The foods journey down through the mouth leads into another part of your body called the...

Esophagus. The esophagus is a pipe-like tube in your body that runs from your throat to your stomach. This tube helps your food to be pushed down.

Stomach. When the food arrives into your stomach, it stays in there for a while so that it can be transformed into mushy liquid.

The small intestine. The small intestine is basically the longest part in your body. It is also very thin and can produce good things from food like proteins, vitamins and irons.

The large intestine. This part of your body is very thick and is smaller than the small intestine. The large intestine also has a very important job to do.
This part of your digestive system holds all of the salt and water.

Fun fact: Did you know that as soon as you open your mouth, your digestive system switches on immediately, before you even eat food.