How do our bodies get nutrients from food? | BBC Teach
Ella eats a healthy balanced breakfast whilst Jamie just eats a chocolate biscuit. Presenter Zoe explains how a mix of foods with slow-release energy gives us the nutrients we need and fills us up. She then performs a demonstration of the journey our food takes from our mouth through our body, using a collection of buckets, a potato masher, a sponge and some rather nauseated pupils.
Food Groups And Nutrition
We all know eating healthy is important - but why? What are these mysterious "nutrients" that are hiding in these healthy foods? This fun animated video delves into the world of nutrients and how they help keep us healthy and energised!
The Eatwell Guide - Healthy choices
The Eatwell Guide - Healthy choices For more information, see https://www.safefood.eu
Five Food Groups | Food and its Health Benefits | Science Lesson for Kids
5 Food Groups and its Health Benefits to Human Food is important to the body. It helps us grow and live a healthy life. We need to eat all 5 food groups in order to get all the nutrients we need. It means we need to eat a balanced diet.
You Are What You Eat!
Join Jessi and Squeaks as they prepare a special meal for friends. You'll learn some fun food science facts, like the difference between fruits and veggies and how your tongue works so you can taste food!
Healthy Eating for Kids - Learn About Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Vitamins and Mineral Salts
Educational video for children to learn what it means to have healthy eating habits. Eating is the process of taking in food. This is how we obtain the necessary nutrients to survive and carry out daily activities. Children will learn about the characteristics of healthy eating and about the importance of nutrients.
What Happens When You Eat? | Fire in the Lab! 🔥 | Full Episode | @OperationOuch
The doctors find out what happens when you eat with the help of a miniature Xand doll, test your ears and eyes in a baffling mind-bending trick, and join Dr Chris at work fighting infectious diseases.
What Food Does to Your Body! 🍎 #MentalHealthAwareness | Operation Ouch
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand take is through what happens once the food we've eaten reaches our bellies! Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
Meet Ouch Patient Maisie! She has a condition called Coeliac Disease, which means she can't eat any food that has Gluten in it. Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
Eating Sweets ALL Day!? 🍪 | Biology for Kids | Full Episodes | Operation Ouch
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand do a little experiment to see what happens to your brain and body when you ONLY eat junk food all day. SPOILER ALERT - it's not as great as it first sounds! Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
Allergy Clinic 🤧 | Operation Ouch! | CBBC
Allergy Clinic 🤧 | Operation Ouch! with Dr Chris and Dr Xand! In this classic Operation Ouch clip, Dr Chris is on duty in the Allergy Clinic!
Why Can't We Eat Certain Foods? 🍲 | Science for Kids | Operation Ouch
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand investigate some of the reasons why some people can't eat certain foods, and how they get around it! Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
This festive season, Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand show you a series of awesome food experiments, which are bound to make you hungry! Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
Sick Factory Experiment | Operation Ouch! CBBC
In this episode, the doctors look at vomit and show you how to make a sick vomit factory!
Operation Ouch - Vomit | Biology Facts for Kids
Operation Ouch is packed with incredible facts about the human body and is fronted by identical twins Dr.Chris and Dr. Xand van Tulleken who experiment and explore their way through the fascinating world of medicine and biology.
How do our muscles and bones work? | BBC Teach
Using a skeleton, elastic bands and rubber gloves, presenter Zoe demonstrates to a group of children how our muscles and bones allow our body to move. We hear about how some animals have exoskeletons, and graphics on a tablet demonstrate the bone structures holding the children up.
3D Human skeletomHave a look around the amazing human skeleton using this excellent simulation.
The Human Body GameDelve into the human body (and skeleton in particular). Find out the scientific names for the different bone making up our amazing skeletons.
Bones for Kids | Learn about the Skeletal System for Kids
Our Bones for Kids video will take students on a tour of the skeletal system. We will learn about all kinds of bones in the body including: Compact vs Spongy Bone, Bone Marrow and its purpose, Long bones vs short bones and so much more.
Your Super Skeleton!
Maybe you've seen skeletons in museums, or in Halloween decorations, but do you know how powerful your skeleton really is? Learn some fun facts about your bones!
The Skeletal System - Bones for Kids (Updated Version)
Educational video for children to learn more about the human body. This video teaches them all parts of the skeletal system like bones, joints, or cartilage, as children discover how this human body system works.
Science for kids | Body Parts - SKELETONS | Operation Ouch | Experiments for kids
Learn all about the human skeleton with Dr Chris and Dr Xand as they explore broken, fractured and even fake bones! Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learning.
Science for kids | BREAKING BONES | Experiments for kids | Operation Ouch
Broken Bones and Plaster Casts! 🦴 | Science for Kids | Operation Ouch
Subscribe for more: https://goo.gl/iDvxKs Looks like we need to take a trip to the X-Ray Department! Operation Ouch is a science show for kids that is full of experiments and biological learnings.
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