How do we look after our ears?

In today's lesson we will be learning all about how to look after our ears. They are delicate parts of our body, we need to make sure we take care of them. We will be making a poster to help others learn how they can look after their ears.

How do we look after our ears?

In today's lesson we will be learning all about how to look after our ears. They are delicate parts of our body, we need to make sure we take care of them. We will be making a poster to help others learn how they can look after their ears.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. The zones of the ear
  2. How to look after each zone e.g. cleaning, protecting from loud volumes

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4 Questions

Q1.
1) Finish the sentence. We hear with our......
Correct answer: Ears
Eyes
Feet
Nose
Tongue
Q2.
2) Look at the picture above. Which place do you think is louder?
An image in a quiz
Library
Correct answer: School Assembly
Q3.
3) If you are unable to hear, that means you are what?
Blind
Correct answer: Deaf
Mute
Q4.
4) What can people use to help them if they are deaf? Choose any that apply.
Correct answer: Hearing Aid
Correct answer: Lip Reading
Correct answer: Sign Language

3 Questions

Q1.
1) To look after our inner ear, what must we do?
We must keep it clean by washing regularly.
We must not put things inside our ears. They could get stuck.
Correct answer: We must turn the volume down when listening to sounds.
Q2.
2) To look after our outer ear, what must we do?
Correct answer: We must keep it clean by washing regularly.
We must not put things inside our ears. They could get stuck.
We must turn the volume down when listening to sounds.
Q3.
3) To look after our middle ear, what must we do?
We must keep it clean by washing regularly.
Correct answer: We must not put things inside our ears. They could get stuck.
We must turn the volume down when listening to sounds.

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