Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers

Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
Skeleton - Bones, Bones, Bones - A Name Labeling Activity for Learning Centers
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Product Description
  • Designed as a fun, educational seasonal learning center activity to go along with science curriculum
  • 2 activity options
  • Created for primary grade students
  • Use with inexpensive Halloween plastic skeleton or with Skeleton Chart included.

Items in this package:

Skeleton Chart - complete version with 9 name labels - ready to print and laminate

Skeleton Chart - incomplete version - ready to print, laminate and be used over and over again for additional practice

Name labels (large size for use with plastic skeleton) of bones along with blank cards to add bones as desired - ready to print and laminate for use with incomplete version

Skeleton Book - 10 page book - One page for each bone listed as well as a “Fun Fact” page.

Skeleton Cut & Paste Worksheet

Name labels of bones (small size) for use with both incomplete skeleton chart and worksheet - to use for cut & paste worksheet

Suggestions for implementing:

Place plastic skeleton and bone labels on learning center shelf (flat wall hanging type which bend at joints so it can be easily folded up on a tray) along with completed Skeleton Chart.

Children take skeleton and lay it on floor or table top. (There are adult size as well as 3 feet tall versions readily available at discount stores or online during the fall months for a few dollars.)

*If you do not have a skeleton,  just use the reusable/incomplete skeleton chart instead.

Label parts of skeleton.  Use completed Skeleton Chart to check for accuracy.

Once skeleton is labeled and displayed accurately,  you can choose either of the two activities listed below for the children to complete.

1) “Skeleton Bones” Book

-Fill in each page of book using the completed work as reference.  

-Color bone(s) with red crayon or pencil indicated by arrows and write name of bone on line provided.

-Each page features a specific bone except for page one.  The entire skeleton should be colored in.

-Turn in completed “My Skeleton...Bones, Bones, Bones Book.”

-Return skeleton materials to shelf.

OR

2) Skeleton Bones Activity Sheet - cut & paste activity

-Use worksheet provided with small size name labels

Extension idea:

  • Use blank word labels provided to label more bones to make it more challenging.
  • Play “Simon Says” using bone terms.
Total Pages
19 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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