By Martin W Wenham
This publication offers fabrics to allow scholars elderly 5-11 years to benefit concerning the international round them via hands-on actions.
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7, unless a clinical one is available. Push the spout of the funnel firmly into one end of the hose. To make an ear-piece, insert the wider end of the pen-top into the other end of the hose and fasten it firmly with adhesive tape. Trim the tip off the pen-top until the stub is about 6mm in diameter; smooth this down with fine sandpaper. 7 Making a simple stethoscope This simple stethoscope will enable children to hear the action of their own hearts ( or someone else's). For the clearest sound, only a thin shirt or tee-shirt should be worn.
Unfold the paper and put it over the open book; do not look at the 'window'. Use the pencil as a pointer. Put it at one edge of the paper and, looking at its point all the time, move it in towards the 'window'. When can you recognize any letters or read any of the words in the 'window'? ) This test shows very clearly how little of our field of view at any moment is seen in detail. How then do we see the whole of the scene in front of us? By making very rapid scanning movements of the eyes and building up in the memory a mental 'picture' or map of what we are looking at.
1 is a model of this kind of breathing. When you breathe in, the diaphragm is pulled down and made flatter by the muscle round its edge (joined to the bottom of the rib-cage). This pushes the stomach, liver and intestines downwards, making the abdomen bulge out. At the same time the chest is made bigger, so a ir flows into the lungs. When you breathe out, the muscles in front of the abdomen pull inwards, pushing the intestines, liver, stomach and diaphragm back up again. This makes the chest smaller, so air flows out of the lungs again .
200 Science Investigations for Young Students: Practical Activities for Science 5 - 11 by Martin W Wenham