Friday, January 11, 2013

Respiratory System

I drew a picture of the Respiratory system.
Dear world,

I would like to tell you a little about the Respiratory System and the path air takes trough your body.

The first thing that happens is you in-hail through your nose mostly. In this process there are two things that help take all the dirt out of your system, the first thing is that you sneeze and the other thing that helps is your nose hairs. The next thing, is there are two tubes the esophagus and the trachea the air goes through the trachea. If the air goes through your esophagus it can cause you to burp, but, if food goes through your trachea it can cause you to choke. Then, it goes down the trachea to the bronchial tubes. The air goes through your tubes to the end of the bronchial tubes it reaches the Alveoli. The Alveoli are tiny one cell air sacks. And around them are capillaries. The capillaries get the air and from that they spread oxygen through out our bodies.

                                                           Process air takes through your body.

1 comment:

  1. I enjoy your vocabulary and your way of saying how the respiratory system works very much. The picture is very funny and cute. But, I think you can add more because, what would happen after the red blood cells give the oxygen to the rest of the body? Keep it up!
    ~MMV Kid