- What three basic things do our bodies need in order survive? Food, Water and Sleep.
- If we exert ourselves, what are three (or more) signs that our bodies are in distress?
- One sign is very heavy breathing and panting because you are so tired. You might get a cramp and your calves might hurt a lot because you've been moving for a long time. Your face might get really red and you might get really thirsty from moving around and using your energy.
- What can we do to make these signs go away?
- To make these signs go away you can drink water if your face is red and when you get a cramp and your calves hurt and your breathing very heavily you can lay down and get some rest. When your thirsty it helps to drink a lot of water and get hydrated.
How the apple feels is slimy sticky and the skin is hard and smooth. Something that I noticed when I was looking in the core is that it has small white hairs. It also has a hollow leafy cover protecting the core of the apple also when you poke it with a paperclip it sounds very spongy. When you feel the core it is very damp and you can see small bits of seeds in the core as you look up close with a magnifying glass. It smells fruity and like a fresh apple right off of a tree.
I was able to observe so many things in my apple today was because I was looking at every possible thing in the core and I really put my mind to it. Observation and description is important in science because it is needed to have a good conclusion at the end of whatever your experiment is and you want people to know what that experiment was like just by reading it. The sense I most described was sight, the second was feeling then smells and last sound.
The hardest part of this activity was finding out where the body parts that we don't know went and finding out what they do for the body. The organs that we put in the right places are brain, heart, lungs, bladder, gullbladder, trachea, kidneys, stomach and pancreas. The ones I think we put in the wrong place are the pharynx, spleen, and liver.