Who’s ready to learn about their bones and the skeletal system? I’ve been adding new worksheets for each of the body systems as I prep our lessons for next year. The great thing is that my son sees me creating the science worksheets and he has been asking a lot of body questions. This is my favorite unit because you can get really hands-on and it applies directly to the student.
I found this great set of clip art to create my printables and they’re perfect for little ones or elementary kids. As you teach the different names of the bones be aware that some of the details are not found in the worksheets. For example, as you learn about the legs in the arms, the radar and ulna are two separate bones that join the humerus to the hands but in the images it does not look that way. The same goes for the tibia and fibula as well. Just be sure to point that out to your kids.
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