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The heart – as explained by a red blood cell!

This is an image only – the video link is in green. Y5’s have been learning about the Heart and how the heart functions. We watched this video today in class and learnt a lot of new things! Y5’s have all asked for the link to watch it at home too. This is a cute explanation of how the heart works. They also learnt about oxygenated blood and de-oxygenated blood. Oxygenated blood is red blood filled with oxygen, travelling from the heart to the rest of the body. [also: oxygen-rich blood] De-oxygenated blood  [oxygen-poor blood – blood without oxygen] is a little bit of a darker red blood that travels from the rest of the body back to the heart to get oxygen from the lungs. To Y5’s: for any interesting fact from this video – you will get 10 bonus points – post them in the message box. [Only facts from the video!]

Please click HERE to access the video we watched today in class. Do enjoy it!



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