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In this circulatory system activity, students label the diagram of the heart to include each of the terms listed. Then the draw arrows showing the path of oxygen-rich blood and poor blood. Students describe pulmonary circulation and its function.
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arteries, capillaries, heart valve, lungs, oxygen rich blood, pulmonary circulation, veins, ventricle, science
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