Comic Strip to Explain Digestion Task 1: Cut out the boxes and stick into your exercise book. Draw comic pictures to show what you think happens to food from top to bottom. The food leaves the stomach and goes into the small intestine. It is mixed with more enzymes to break it down even more. Useful substances from the food pass into the blood. When we swallow, the food goes down the gullet to the stomach. Undigested food from the large intestine is stored. This solid waste passes out of the anus. Food goes into the mouth. The teeth chew the food. The food is mixed with saliva. Food that we cannot digest goes from the small intestine into the large intestine. Here water passes out of the undigested food into the blood. In the stomach, the food mixes with acid and enzymes. The acid and enzymes help to break down the food The mouth. The small intestine. The anus. The gullet The large intestine. The stomach The Digestive System On the diagram below, write in the name of the organ that each line is pointing to. Use these words: rectum small intestine stomach intestine mouth gullet large Now cut out the boxes at the bottom of the page showing the functions of these organs. Stick the correct box underneath the correct organ name. Water is absorbed here. More enzymes are added here, to complete digestion. The soluble food is absorbed. Faeces are stored here. Takes food to the stomach. Food is ground up here and mixed with saliva. The food is churned up with strong acid here and enzymes.