Fantastic digestive system models made by Year 9!

Fantastic digestive system models made by Year 9!


Claire Morrin
Claire Morrin
Fantastic digestive system models made by...

This week in science, 9S1 have been making life-size, wearable models of the digestive system using aprons. Many of the models show a great deal of effort and detail, one of which even featuring a tube to demonstrate the journey of waste through the body!

Students have labelled each organ with descriptions of their functions, and many models even have descriptions of enzymes used to break down the particular food groups. Next week each group will be showcasing their aprons in a catwalk through L2.

I would like to thank the students for their hard work and dedication to produce some excellent work and a memorable revision resource!
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