Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

A Skeleton Feeds a kida[euro][TM]s Brain

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

A Skeleton Feeds a kida[euro][TM]s Brain

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Byline: Marnie Johnston marnie.johnston@northernstar.com.au

A HUMAN skeletal system made out of old newspapers was one of the projects on display yesterday as the students at Vistara Primary School showed what theyave been working on this term.

At their human body expo, the children from the Richmond Hill school had the chance to show off what they had learnt over the term-long focus study on the human body and its systems.

From muscle structure to the heart, the nervous system and the lungs, the students had intensely studied the body and it had all culminated in yesterdayas mini expo.

The children had made posters, information projects, slide-shows and a giant digestive system a from play tents and tunnels a that they could crawl through, passing different checkpoints as they went.

Over in the younger studentsa classroom, different sensory surprise stations were set up.

These allowed the children to touch, smell or listen to things so they could decipher what they were. …

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