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Many people think “proper breathing” means their shoulders go up and down and their chest rises and falls. The opposite is true. Proper breathing involves your gut, not your chest. The “secret” is to breathe from the diaphragm, a large muscle connected to the lungs by a slippery membrane called the pleura. | Breathing | Kids Discover

Many people think “proper breathing” means their shoulders go up and down and their chest rises and falls. The opposite is true. Proper breathing involves your gut, not your chest.

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This big respiratory system foldable is made up of 3 pages taped together. Very minimal cutting is involved to save time and the large format breathes new life into teaching the respiratory system.  There is room to record the description of all the parts and this serves as a great graphic organizer for review when complete.  Fantastic for coloring and a perfect fit for binders or interactive notebooks.

Respiratory System Foldable - Big Foldable for Interactive Notebooks or Binders

This big respiratory system foldable is made up of 3 pages taped together. Very minimal cutting is involved to save time and the large format breathes new life into teaching the respiratory system. There is room to record the description of all the parts and this serves as a great graphic organizer for review when complete. Fantastic for coloring and a perfect fit for binders or interactive notebooks.

Breathing In:  1. Your diaphragm contracts and flattens. The muscles between your ribs contract, allowing your chest cavity to expand. 2. Air flows into your lungs, moving down the trachea, into the bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli. 3. Respiration takes place. Oxygen passes from the alveoli to the surrounding capillaries. Carbon dioxide passes from the capillaries to the alveoli. | How Lungs Work | Kids Discover

Breathing In: 1. Your diaphragm contracts and flattens. The muscles between your ribs contract, allowing your chest cavity to expand. 2. Air flows into your lungs, moving down the trachea, into the bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli. 3. Respiration takes place. Oxygen passes from the alveoli to the surrounding capillaries. Carbon dioxide passes from the capillaries to the alveoli. | How Lungs Work | Kids Discover

Diseases of the Lung anatomy poster shows prominent diseased lung with 8 close-up illustrations of specific diseases.

Diseases of the Lung anatomy poster

Here is a post that I found important to health education. It shows 8 prominent lung diseases that impede the respiratory system. This is important to show students so they can understand the effects of lack of care for their respiratory system.

Breathing Out:  1. Your diaphragm and rib muscles relax, causing your chest cavity to get smaller. 2. Your lungs contract. 3. Carbon dioxide flows out of your lungs. | How Lungs Work | Kids Discover

Breathing Out: Your diaphragm and rib muscles relax, causing your chest cavity to get smaller. Your lungs contract. Carbon dioxide flows out of your lungs.

Speed Match - a good design for kid app but the color make me feel something sadly- just my opion

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