Students will be able to identify the bones on the axial and appendicular skeleton.
This file includes 40 cards containing the names of the bones. I use this as a game for my students to learn the bones of the body for Anatomy and Physiology.
Game 1: "Game of Bones"
Students in groups of 3. One student is blindfolded and holds the cards facing the other 2 students. The 2 students then describe the bone for the blindfolded student to identify.
Game 2: Relay Race
At least 3 groups. You need giant unlabeled skeletons taped to your board. Print at least 3 sets of the cards. Place magnets on the back of the cards. The students then create a relay race to correctly label their group's skeleton on the board.
I hope you enjoy this freebie. These games are always a hit with the students, especially because it gets them up and moving, and gives them a good laugh, all the while learning the bones of the body.
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