This printable contains ten clear and simple diagrams of the human skeleton, (front view). They photocopy well and are great for use as a labeling, (and if desired, coloring), exercise for your students.
This particular package contains two different versions of the skeletal system diagram - a simple one, designed for younger students, and a more detailed one for older students. For each version, the first diagram is a colored and labeled reference chart.
The package also includes a diagram for identifying the axial and appendicular areas of the skeletal system, with its own reference diagram.
In case you need a little refresher before going over your lesson, or want something for your children to be able to read, we have added a simply worded but terminologically accurate summary, describing the important features of the human skeleton.
Depending on the level of your students, you can use the very thorough, detailed, 6 page summary, the 4 page summary with fewer details, or the extremely simple 2 page summary, easy and short enough for very young children to understand and follow.
Although this package uses very simple wording, it also includes a few more advanced details, such as alternate terminology and basic descriptions of how things work.
Complete package contents are as follows:
- Three colored and labeled reference charts, one for each version of the diagram(Not for black and white photocopying).
- Three detailed black and white labeled reference charts, (identical)
- Four black and white diagrams with lines for students to fill in labels
- One black and white diagram with no lines or labels, so you can customize what labels the diagram will include
- A simply worded, 1 page reference sheet to help you explain to children important information such as what atoms, molecules, proteins, and cells are. They will use these concepts in many other areas of science. Great for kids to know.
- A 6 page reference sheet, describing important features of the human skeleton, how bones work, what ligaments, are, etc.
- A 4 page reference sheet, that is a shortened, simplified version of the above
- A 2 page reference sheet, designed for very young children