Arty’s Broken Heart – Lesson 1

This week we have been introduced to Arty – a heart who does not know his purpose nor understand his job. We have been tasked by the doctors over at the Heart Emporium to discover what Arty’s role is. Turns out he is pretty important within our cardiovascular system!

We took to the MUGA to create an active cardiovascular system of our own. Take a look below!

Challenge: Which chambers of the heart does the oxygenated blood travel through?

15 thoughts on “Arty’s Broken Heart – Lesson 1

  1. Challenge:
    The oxygenated blood travels from the left atrium and through our veins to the left ventricle. As the red cells travel through our body. (This process is called circulation.) This process happens every millisecond which mean it is faster than blinking. The red blood cell repeat this pattern at goes to the lungs to collect more oxygen to give to the body as this keeps the body working.

  2. Challenge:
    Once the deoxygenated blood goes to the lungs it picks oxygen and becomes oxygenated blood. This oxygenated blood comes back to heart through the left atrium and then to the left ventricle, where the heart contracts and pumps the oxygenated blood through the aorta to the rest of the body where the blood is needed.

  3. Oxygenated blood flows from the lungs and returns into the left atrium , or the higher left chamber of the heart, through four pulmonary veins. Each lung has two pulmonary veins (which collect the oxygenated blood and carry it from the lungs back to the hearts top left chamber or atrium).
    Oxygenated blood then flows through the mitral valve(prevents blood flow going in the wrong direction) into the left ventricle, or the below left chamber.

  4. Today in science it was amazing!
    We learnt about how our heart pumps blood in every second.

    Challenge:

    Which chambers of the heart does the oxygenated blood travel through?

    Oxygenated blood flows from the lungs back into the LA (the left atrium).Or it can go to the left upper chamber of the heart after through four veins.Goes back to the heart and then oxygenated blood then flows through the valve (V) and into the left ventricle (LV). This process happens every millisecond.

    Arina

  5. Challenge
    Oxygen rich blood flows from the lungs back into the left atrium LA or the left upper chamber of the heart through four pulmonary veins.

  6. This science lesson today has been fascinating!
    We have learnt all the steps to how our hearts pump blood every second.
    First the oxygenated bloods cells travels to you left atrium.
    The blood cells travels through a process referred as circulation. This is because your blood travels through you body continuously.
    This happened every millisecond ( if longer you can possibly die).

    Challenge:
    Oxygenated blood flows from the lungs back into the left atrium (LA), or the left upper chamber of the heart, through four pulmonary veins.

  7. Challenge:
    First,the deoxygenated blood travels through the lungs absorbing the oxygen and once the oxygen has been taken out of the lungs it becomes oxygenated blood.Next, the blood travels through the left atrium and then left ventricle.When after the blood travels through the left ventricle,it the goes through the aorta and travels through the body and gives the oxygen to the different cells that need it.This is how the blood travels throughout your body giving out your oxygen.

  8. Challenge: Which chambers of the heart does the oxygenated blood travel through?
    Oxygenated blood travels through the left atrium(L.A.), the travels through the left ventricle(L.V.) through the process called circulation. It then goes back to the heart to collect more oxygen, when collectsed the blood cell with go back to the opposite side of the heart (right atrium,right ventricle) and do the same thing.

  9. Challenge
    The, Oxygenated blood flows from the the upper chamber of the heart, into the left atrium, or the upper chamber of the heart,(through or veins is well)The Oxygen-rich blood then flows through the mitral valve into the left ventricle.(I really enjoyed today’s science lesson)

  10. Challenge
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    Which chambers of the heart does the oxygenated blood travel through?
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    The oxygenated blood travels through the left atrium to the left ventricle because when oxygen-rich blood flows, it then flow to the lungs back into the left atrium, or the left upper chamber of the heart, through four pulmonary veins. oxygen-rich blood then flows through the mitral valve into the left ventricle, or the left lower chamber.

  11. I enjoyed today. The oxygenated blood travels through the LA (Left Atrium). The ted blood cells travel through a process called circulation through the body to the heart to the lungs and then back to the heart. The process of this and the red blood cells going back to the heart again and again happens every millisecond. If stops for 1 second we will unfortunately pass. However the body was made so that doesn’t happen. Whilst the red blood cells travel they collect oxygen from the lungs and goes back releasing the oxygen collect CO2.
    I enjoyed today learning more about the hearts functions.

  12. The right ventricle pumps the blood to the lungs where it becomes oxygenated. The oxygenated blood is brought back to the heart by the pulmonary veins which enter the left atrium.

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