My Body Is Made Out of Cells

Did you know that our bodies are made up of tiny living things called cells? That’s right, just like how a building is made up of bricks, our bodies are made up of trillions of cells!

Cells are like tiny bricks, and each one is important to keeping us healthy and working properly. They have a skin that we call a cell membrane, which helps protect the cell and keep everything inside.

Most cells in the human body have a nucleus, which is like the brain of the cell. The nucleus helps control what the cell does and makes sure everything is working properly.

In addition to the nucleus, cells also have many other tiny organs called organelles. These organelles help the cell do important things like making energy, moving, and communicating with other cells.

Just like how different rooms in a building have different functions, the different organelles inside a cell have different jobs to help the cell work properly.

So, next time you think about your body, remember that it’s made up of trillions of tiny cells, working together to help you live your best life!