In the third class this morning, our school held children's prevention activities.
It's time for our class to have a physical examination. We came to the playground in a neat line with our watches. On the playground, we saw big brothers and sisters coming out of the office with alcohol cotton on their ears. We first measured our heart rate, then we began to measure our height, weight and eyesight. Finally, we took our watch to line up and watched the big brothers and sisters coming out of the examination room crying and laughing, which made me uneasy. Two classes have passed. It's time for our class to test the blood. I'm the 13th. After about three minutes, it's my turn. The teacher rubbed my ears and the doctor gave me an injection. God! Do you know where it is? It's on my arm. I'm scared. Seeing the teacher's smiling and encouraging eyes, I cheer myself up.
It turned out that the injection was like a gust of wind. It passed with a gentle touch. In the absence of physical examination, I think injection is very painful, but I am wrong. In fact, it doesn't hurt. You haven't tried it. Soon, our class will have a physical examination.
After the physical examination, I was in a very good mood and thought that the physical examination was really interesting.