Looking for a FUN and engaging way to teach your students about the skeletal system? Your students will love the "Skeletal Exhibition Lab"- exhibition style! Students can travel from station to station - OR- you can print smaller versions and have the students use the cards as independent centers. Their task is to analyze the cards in different ways and write the answers on the sheet provided (see preview). Inspired by the Bodies Exhibit, my exhibition labs always go above and beyond- exploring interesting facts, medical conditions, as well as the traditional classroom knowledge, without getting too off-track. Best of all, they are learning all on their own, this is a student-lead activity, which can give you a break from the spotlight. It's a win-win!
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The Skeletal System Exhibition Stations include 20 printable stations (25 total papers as some stations require more than one piece of paper) 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 confusion. 57 questions/fill-ins total. Designed to take 1 to 2 class periods depending on class time and age group.
You may also need the following body systems:
✽ Circulatory System Exhibition Stations
✽ Digestive System Stations
✽ Muscular System Exhibition Stations
✽ Nervous System Exhibition Stations
✽ Respiratory System Exhibition Stations
✽ Endocrine Exhibition Stations
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Body Systems Stations GROWING BUNDLE
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