Follow these steps to grow sunflowers from the seeds.[youtube]https://youtu.be/kh9BuE6kwC0[/youtube]
- Put some soil in a plastic flowerpot so it comes almost to the top.
- Make a hole and drop 1 or 2 sunflower seeds into the hole. Cover it with a little soil.
- Spray some water on top. You could put the pot in a sunny spot outside.
- Your plants should pop up through the soil after about 1 or 2 weeks!
Health care or healthcare is the maintenance or improvement of health via the prevention, diagnosis , and treatment of diseases, illness, injyries , physical problems in people.
A disease or period of sickness affecting the body or mind.
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Health and illness
THE LIFE CYCLE
Living things are born,
Living things grow,
Living things reproduce.
WHAT DO LIVING THINGS NEED?
Living things need air,
Living things need food,
Living things need water.
It’s easy to see the uses of electricity around us. In fact, there are charges around our computer, our house, and our city. Electricity is constantly flowing through all of the wires in our town.
Now what you will know is that all magnets can pull things towards themselves no matter what the shape of the magnet is. That is what magnetism is.
There are different types of magnets and some have super fancy names like Air-core magnets, Electromagnets and the Permanent magnets.
How Does Magnetism Work?
Magnets have two ends to them. These are called poles – a North Pole and a South Pole, just the same as the earth. The two ends of the magnet may look the same but they don’t do the same things.
If you get two ‘North Pole’ magnet ends – or two ‘South Pole’ magnet ends – and try putting them together, they will push away from each other. But if you take a ‘North Pole’ magnet end and put it near a ‘South Pole’ magnet end, they will pull towards each other
Electricity and magnetism
The Central nervous System
The brain and the spinal cord make up the central nervous system. The brain lies protected inside the skull and from there controls all the body functions by sending and receiving messages through nerves.
The central Nervous System
Our senses allow us to learn, to protect ourselves, to enjoy our world. Can you imagine what it might be like to live your life without any of your senses? The senses usually work together to give us a clear picture of the things around us. If one sense is not working due to an accident or illness, then other senses will take over or become stronger to make up for the missing sense.
The five senses are: taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing.
Senses allow us to observe and understand the world around us. There are five main ways we can do this: through sight (with our eyes), touch (with our fingers), smell (with our nose), taste (with our tongue) and hearing (with our ears)