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Circulatory System Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.It transfers oxygen, foodCollects waste, travels it movesThe blood it's moving in tubesAnd now it circulatesThe heart is an organ whichNever gets tired or quitsInto four parts it is splitBlood it will circulateThe blood is movingIn, out, chambers flowingTop two same for lowerWhere you think it's going, babyHeart, upper part-twoAnd they're called atriaVentricles lowerCirculatoryBlood's made of red 'n whiteCells and plateletsFloating in plasmaCirculatoryIn vessels, blood movesAway arteriesCapillaries smallerCirculatoryBlood divides into fourGroups A, O, BAB togetherCirculatoryYour blood is made up of cellsPlasma then platelets so smallHeal wounds, fight germs, that's not allControls your temperatureBlood flows from the arteriesTo smaller capillariesTheir walls they are one cell thickPass fluid tissueYour body is clottingRipped jeans, skin is bleedingClot right threads of fibrinWhere it prevents germs enteringHeart, upper part-twoAnd they're called atriaVentricles lowerCirculatoryBlood's made of red 'n whiteCells and plateletsFloating in plasmaCirculatoryIn vessels, blood movesAway arteriesCapillaries smallerCirculatoryBlood divides into fourGroups A, O, BAB togetherCirculatoryBlood passes through the heart twicePumped from right sideHeart to the lungs sacsPicks up fresh oxygenBlood returns to the left sidePumped to bodyAnd you should know thatIt gives it oxygenBlood's made of red 'n whiteCells and plateletsFloating in plasmaCirculatoryIn vessels, blood movesAway arteriesCapillaries smallerCirculatoryBlood divides into fourGroups A, O, BAB togetherCirculatoryBlood passes through the heart twicePumped from right sideHeart to the lungs sacsPicks up fresh oxygenBlood returns to the left sidePumped to bodyAnd you should know thatCirculatory
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