Are you learning about the human body systems in biology? If so you are going to love this free respiratory system labeling worksheet.
This free printable science worksheet is a fantastic resource for students studying biology and exploring the intricate world of human body systems.
The respiratory system diagram comes with a word bank and an answer sheet.
Learning about the body systems is generally done in middle school, however, these worksheets can be done with 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students.
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What is the respiratory system?
The respiratory system is like your body’s breathing team.
It helps you take in oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide. When you breathe in, air goes through your nose or mouth, down a tube called the windpipe, and into your lungs.
In the lungs, oxygen goes into your blood and carbon dioxide comes out when you breathe out.
The nose is like the entrance to the respiratory system. It has two holes called nostrils that let air in.
Inside the nose, there are tiny hairs called cilia and a gooey substance called mucus that help catch dirt and germs.
The nose also warms and moistens the air before it goes further into the body.
The mouth can also be used for breathing, but it’s not as good as the nose.
When we breathe through the mouth, the air doesn’t get filtered or warmed as well.
The mouth is mainly for eating and talking, but sometimes we have to use it to breathe if our nose is blocked or if we’re doing something like exercising.
The larynx is like the voice box in our throat. It’s responsible for making sounds when we talk or sing.
It has vocal cords inside that vibrate to produce different sounds. Sometimes, when we breathe in quickly or something irritates our throat, the larynx can make a sound called a cough.
The trachea is a tube that connects the larynx to the lungs. It’s also known as the windpipe.
The trachea is made of strong rings of cartilage that help keep it open. When we breathe, air travels through the trachea and goes into the lungs.
If something goes down the wrong way, like food or a drink, we might cough to try and get it out of the trachea.
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The lungs are like two spongy balloons inside our chest. They are the main parts of the respiratory system where the magic happens.
When we breathe in, the air goes into the lungs and oxygen from the air enters our blood.
At the same time, carbon dioxide, which is a waste gas, comes out of the blood and goes into the lungs to be breathed out.
The lungs are super important for getting oxygen to all the parts of our body and keeping us alive!
Label parts of the respiratory system
On the respiratory system labeled diagram, you will see the same picture of the respiratory system just with the correct words pointing to the correct area of the body.
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The kids will also enjoy our free body systems word search.
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Body Systems Worksheets
Grab all of our human body systems worksheets for a small fee.
There are 28 pages in this download including:
- Human body systems worksheet (6 pages)
- Skeletal system labeling (2 pages)
- Lymphatic system labeling (2 pages)
- Muscular system labeling (2 pages)
- Endocrine system labeling (4 pages)
- Nervous system labeling (2 pages)
- Circulatory system labeling (2 pages)
- Respiratory system labeling (2 pages)
- Digestive system labeling (2 pages)
- Body systems word search (2 pages)
- Body systems questions (2 pages)
This free labeling worksheet can also be used with our other free body systems worksheets.
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Last Updated on 2 October 2023 by homeschoolof1