Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1

Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
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This is a math lab to teaches about the skeletal system. Students first solve a math problem about how many bones are in both hands. Then they use that data to predict how many bones are in the human body. There is a short article with pictures and facts about the human skeletal system to prove that there are 206 bones in the human body.

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Graphics purchased from Scrappin Doodles.
Total Pages
4
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Teaching Duration
1 hour

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Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
Skeletal System Bones Math Lab Science 3.L.1.1
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