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Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)

Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Skeletal System (Measuring Activity)
Product Description
This is a fun measuring activity centering around the basics of the skeletal system. It's a perfect 1-2 lesson with partners (or groups)for either science or math class as it incorporates: names of the skeletal system bones, measuring (in cm), data collection, and graphing.

Materials needed: students will need either a ruler, meter stick, or tape measure (depending on accuracy).

Included:

1) Skeletal System Measuring Paper - students make 13 key measurements of different parts of the skeletal system (femur, humerus, height, etc...)

2) Data Collection Paper - students organize their own data and then choose one item to travel around the classroom and gather data from classmates.

3) Bar Graph - students set up the vertical & horizontal axis and design a graph for their collected data.

This is a great activity for either an introduction to any of these topics or else as a review. I use this with my 7th grade human body unit, but minor changes will make this work for younger or older grades.
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
Not Included
Teaching Duration
2 hours
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