The Skeletal System: Hands-On Learning Resources from Starts At Eight. This is list of hands-on skeletal system activities, books, videos, and printables from teaching the skeletal system for all ages. Great homeschool activities such as Life Sized Human Skeletal Printable activity.
Skeletal System Body Systems Lab Gallery Walk middle school high school
FUN LAB THAT HAS KIDS UP AND LEARNING! Skeletal System gallery walk lab. Fun and engaging body systems activity! Includes full lab sheet for students. Many multimedia teacher resources included, songs, you tube clips, etc. This lab would work with any curriculum that teaches basic biology, body systems, structure and function of living systems, or the skeletal system. Click for more details!
Help students learn and remember the parts of the skeletal system using this diagram crossword. BONUS ACTIVITY: When they've completed the crossword, get them to cut out the diagram, glue it on a separate page and label the parts of the diagram. This activity would work wonderfully within an interactive notebook as well. It can function as an assessment of learning, or it can serve as another reinforcement activity. Afterwards, they have a handy labeled diagram to help them review.
Teaching the skeletal system can be lacking in visuals sometimes- not all schools have models of skeletons to offer, either! That is what inspired the creation of the "Bones Exhibition Lab"- 20 printable stations (25 total papers) that cover basic skeletal system functions, bone anatomy and function, joints, bone diseases/procedures, bone growth, and interesting bone facts. This activity comes with an answer sheet - students seek their answers within the stations. Numbered to avoid…
Joints: Crash Course A&P #20 by thecrashcourse: We continue our look at your bones and skeletal system, skipping over the silly kid’s song in favor of a more detailed look at your your axial and appendicular skeleton. This episode also talks about the structural and functional classifications of your joints and the major types of body movement that they facilitate.***Crash Course is now on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at h