About Human Organs
Read the definitions of the human organs below. With a Crayola® crayon, colored pencil or marker, match the organ to its name. a. The brain is the body's control center. It controls all thinking, feeling, moving, and communicates and is the memory bank. The brain receives, sends, and stores information. b. The stomach collects the food that we eat. This is important in the digestion process. The stomach breaks down food into small particles to travel into the intestines. c. The heart pumps blood through our bodies. The heart pumps blood, by contracting and dilating muscles. d. Lungs help you breathe. The lungs bring oxygen from the air we breathe into the blood, and exhale carbon dioxide.