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1

What helps you to see, hear, feel, smell, and taste?

nervous system

2

What are the three main parts of the nervous system?

the brain
the nerves
the spinal cord

3

What carries messages to and from the brain?

nerves

4

What is a large group of nerves in your backbone.

spinal cord

5

What controls your whole body?

brain

6

What is the most special part of God's creation?

a person

7

What enables us to enjoy God's world?

nervous system

8

What does the brain do?

controls your whole body

9

What are some of the things the nervous system enables you to do?

feel, understand, love, solve problems, remember, see, move, hear, and smell

10

Which side of the brain controls the right side of your body?

left side

11

What are the parts of your body that God designed especially to help you react to the things around you?

sense organs

12

What are the most important senses?

sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch

13

What do we use for our sense of sight?

eyes

14

What do we use for our sense of hearing?

ears

15

What do we use for our sense of taste

tongue

16

What do we use for our sense of smell

nose

17

What do we use for our sense of touch?

skin

18

When your eyes are open, what are they constantly doing?

taking pictures

19

The colored part of the eye that controls the size of the pupil

iris

20

Which part of your eye has muscles that control the amount of light that enters your eye?

iris

21

What is the black circle in the middle of the iris called?

pupil

22

What is the nerve at the back of your eye that carries the message of what you have just seen to your brain called?

optic nerve

23

What is another name for the lens in your eye?

retinal

24

If you were in a dark room, would the pupils of your eyes be small or large?

smaller

25

What can you close to keep dust and other objects out of your eyes?

eyelids

26

What works like window screens to keep dust from the eyes?

eyelashes

27

What keeps the eyes moist and also washes dust and dirt from the eyes?

tears

28

What bones protect our eyes?

Forehead and cheek bone

29

How do tears help our eyes?

They keep them moist and they wash dirt or dust out.

30

List some ways you can protect your eyes

use the right amount of light when you work with your eyes
never point pencils or sharp objects near your eyes
do not rub if you get something in your eyes
eat proper foods