Today’s word of the day is Leg and a few interesting facts about them are explained in the acrostic poem below.
Limbs of an animal and human used especially for supporting the body and for walking
Exercising regularly, eating a balanced diet and getting plenty of rest may help your legs grow longer
Getting blood clots in the legs or being diagnosed with a disease may cause a doctor to amputate someone’s leg
STEP 1. Start your candy DNA model by sorting the 4 colors of candy into separate bowls. Next assign each one to a specific nucleotide. These 4 nucleotides along with the sugars and phosphates make up your double helix candy DNA model.
STEP 2. Now using the toothpicks, it’s time to start making up pairs for building your candy DNA model. Our DNA cannot be seen with the eyes; only high powered microscopes. DNA is long thin molecules.
STEP 3. Now make your own unique strand of candy DNA and twist them into what is known as a double helix. The backbone (Twizzlers) of your candy DNA model is what gives the double helix a specific shape. They also hold together the A, T, C, G nucleotides.
Remember to brush your teeth after this snack!
Do you what we call a professional that specialize in foot care? They are called a Podiatrist. This kind of physician or surgeon treats the foot, ankle, and connecting parts of the leg. An older name for a podiatrist is chiropodist, which is sometimes still used. Do you know how many bones and joints you have in your foot? Let’s learn about it today.
Today’s challenge: Spelling Bucket Ball! Have you ever played a game of horse? A Basketball, some friends and a word. As you make a shot, you spell the next letter in the word. The first one to finish spelling the word and correctly, wins! We took this classic game and instead of a basketball and goal, we used buckets and some balls we found around the Club. The only catch – if you spell the word wrong, you have to go back to the beginning of the word.
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