Create a life-size model of the human skeleton! A perfect craft for Halloween or to incorporate in your human body unit.
About this Product:
This project is designed to help students study the bones of the human body skeleton. The purpose of the project is to construct a life-size, moving model of the human skeleton. In this way, students will learn best about the structures that support, protect and provide shape to the human body.
This Product Includes:
• Reading passages & questions to learn about bones in the body (key included)
• Picture directions and templates to build a model of the human skeleton
• Labels to identify the major bones in the human body
In addition to materials provided in this project, you will need:
Glue or Tape
Markers, Crayons or Colored Pencils
Brass Fasteners (16 per skeleton)
The Axial Skeleton
The Appendicular Skeleton
What is bone made of?
The Rib Cage
Bones of the Shoulder
Bones of the Arm
Bones of the Hand
Bones of the Pelvis
Bones of the Leg
The Ankle and Foot
What is a fracture?
What is cartilage?
What is a joint?
Teacher Notes includes the Flesch-Kincaid Score for each reading. The score varies between 3.0 and 5.7 which converts to a CC reading band of 2nd grade and 5th grade. Please view the preview for a complete breakdown of reading difficulty.
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