From chewing to pooing. Learn how our bodies get what they need from food. Bitesize 2nd Level Science guide on the digestive system for Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).
Learn how the heart pumps blood round the circulatory system to deliver oxygen and nutrients. Bitesize 2nd Level Science guide for Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence (CfE).
Find out about the different ways blood circulates around mammals, fish and insects.
Learn about photosynthesis and respiration, and how plants gain nutrients to grow.
Learn about human lungs, respiration system, breathing in oxygen and breathing out carbon dioxide. Bitesize 2nd Level Science in Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence (CfE)
Learn how a fish, frog and grasshopper breathe in different ways.
Learn how bones and the human skeleton let us move, hold our bodies up and protect our organs. Bitesize 2nd Level Science guide for Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence (CfE)
Sweating, drinking and the kidneys help keep body temperature and water levels balanced.
Find out how animal behaviour helps them maintain their body temperature.
Find out how conformers and regulators maintain their body temperature in different ways.
Find out why children look like their parents and how we inherit traits.
Find out how animals are adapted to their environments with Emmett the explorer.
Find out about evolution and how living things change over time.
Discover how the food gets into the body, through the digestive system.
Find out how the teeth and tongue help break down food before it is swallowed.
Find out the functions of different teeth types including canines, incisors and molars.
Find out about the role that the stomach plays in the digestive system.
Find out about the role of the small and large intestines in the digestive system.
Find out how the circulatory system takes oxygen around the body.
Discover how blood vessels and blood cells help keep your body working.
Inside every person is an amazing network of blood vessels. Find out how they carry blood around the body.
Find out how the heart keeps all the blood in your circulatory system flowing.
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