Protecting Our Bones micro-lesson
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Our skeletal system is such an important part of our body, but how do we protect it? There are lots of things that we can do to keep our bones healthy and safe. First, wear a helmet. If you're biking or doing a sport that requires a helmet, always wear helmet to protect your skull. Second, stay active. Being on our feet and doing weight bearing exercises like walking, running, or hiking helps our bones to stay strong. Third, make sure you're eating enough dairy products. Dairy products like milk, cheese, and yogurt contain calcium. Calcium is essential for our bones to stay strong. And finally, don't forget to get out in the sun. The sun provides our bodies with vitamin D. Vitamin D helps our bodies to absorb calcium making sure that our bones get enough calcium to stay strong and grow.
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Our main source of Vitamin D is from1) The sun2) Chewable vitamins3) Dairy products4) Calcium
How can we get enough calcium?1) Eat dairy like milk, cheese and yogurt2) Eat fruit like apples and bananas3) Eat protein like chicken and pork4) Drink water
Which activity would you wear a helmet for, to protect your skull?1) Riding a motorcycle2) Going down a slide3) Playing field hockey4) Jumping into a pool
Why are weight bearing exercises beneficial to our bones?1) It helps keeps them strong2) It makes them thinner3) It helps them to break4) It makes us faster
What keeps our bones strong?1) Calcium2) Magnesium3) Helium4) Oxygen
Which of the following is a weight bearing exercise1) Jumping Jacks2) Sitting3) Riding a stationary bike4) Swimming
Which of the following foods would be a good source of calcium?1) Mac and Cheese2) Spaghetti and meatballs3) Peanut butter sandwich4) Hamburger and fries
Wearing a helmet protects1) the skull2) the spine3) the arms4) the ribs
Why do we need Vitamin D?1) To help our bodies absorb calcium2) To get a tan3) To help our bones get thinner4) To absorb sunlight
Which of the following drinks would be a good source of calcium?1) Milkshake2) Water3) Orange Juice4) Soda
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