Daily life of an oxygen molecule
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Today Noah is outside playing in his park, it is cold so he wore his winter outfit. Noah breathed in air and he brought an oxygen molecule in called Bob. We will be following the daily life that Oxygen molecules go through.
This is Bob, of course this isn't a real oxygen molecule, but he will be showing us the daily life of an oxygen molecule. Bob's school will be representing Noah's body.
The hallways in the school are like the larynx the larynx is a air passageway similar to the hallways in the school, so Bob went down the larynx and to the end of it, the trachea or the end of the hallway.
The lunch room would be the lungs, where bob would get his food. The reason there the lungs is because this is where he likes to regenerate his energy (Oxygen) and he breathes normally
Bob would then pass through the bronchioles or a different hallway at the end of the hallway it is the alveoli.
Bob the oxygen molecule is finally at his final destination his classroom, or in our case the hand. This was the trip Bob went through all the way from outside all the way inside to a hand
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