Tell Me Why I Have a Belly Button

Tell Me Why I Have a Belly Button

Jennifer Colby

Language: English

Pages: 28

ISBN: 2:00366212

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Young children are naturally curious about themselves. I Have a Bellybutton offers answers to their most compelling questions about their bellybuttons. Age-appropriate explanations and appealing photos encourage readers to continue their quest for knowledge. Additional text features and search tools, including a glossary and an index, help students locate information and learn new words.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

are called that? es it possible for a baby The umbilical cord mak while inside its mother. to grow 11 The umbilical cord carries nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the baby. It also takes waste away from the baby. A newborn baby can drink milk and get rid of waste on its own. The baby does not need an umbilical cord anymore. 12 ects an unborn baby An umbilical cord conn her’s womb. placenta inside the mot to the 13 s e i t u O d n a s e i n n I Parents often wonder what their

when the belly button has healed. 18 ust be covered when ould not get wet. It m A baby’s cord stump sh th. the baby is taking a ba 19 Mariah’s brother lost his cord stump in about 10 days. The cord stump began to dry up. Then it started to loosen from his belly. Mariah’s mother kept the area clean and dry. One day, the stump fell off! Her mother found it inside his diaper. Now Mariah can see her brother’s belly button. It is an innie just like hers! 20 own-up with a baby? Will you be

forms inside the mother’s uterus and nourishes the unborn baby pregnancy (PREG-nen-see) the condition of a woman or female animal that is going to have a baby or babies tissue (TISH-oo) the material that forms the parts in a plant or animal umbilical cord (uhm-BIL-ih-kuhl KORD) a long, narrow tube that connects an unborn baby to the placenta of its mother waste (WAYST) what the body does not use or need after food has been digested womb (WOOMB) the organ in women and some female animals in which

its mother cannot eat food or breathe. That’s where the umbilical cord comes in. It is attached to the placenta inside the mother’s womb. Your belly button marks the spot where the placenta was attached when you were a baby! The umbilical cord looks like a twisted rope. It grows longer during the pregnancy. Most umbilical cords grow to be about 20 inches (51 centimeters) long. 10 Make a GUESS! A belly button is also called a navel. Some oranges are called navel oranges. Why do you think they

its mother cannot eat food or breathe. That’s where the umbilical cord comes in. It is attached to the placenta inside the mother’s womb. Your belly button marks the spot where the placenta was attached when you were a baby! The umbilical cord looks like a twisted rope. It grows longer during the pregnancy. Most umbilical cords grow to be about 20 inches (51 centimeters) long. 10 Make a GUESS! A belly button is also called a navel. Some oranges are called navel oranges. Why do you think they

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