Learning the human bones? Print this 40 inch tall skeleton on any color 8.5x11in paper. Students can easily cut and assemble the 15 sections using the numbered tabs. Label 19 bones using the labels provided.
Also included is a smaller skeleton to assemble that is great for interactive notebooks, classwork (individual or group seatwork), or even as a fun homework assignment.
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- Large skeleton (40 inches tall!) in 15 parts plus 19 bone labels
- Small skeleton (fits on 8.5x11in paper) in 15 parts plus 19 bone labels
- Worksheet to fill in the bones plus an answer key
Everything is provided. You only need to supply 8.5x11in paper, scissors and tape.
This makes fantastic educational Halloween door decor -- for school or home! If you're studying the skeletal system and learning the human bones, it's great year round for your door or your bulletin board. This also works well for distance learning and remote learning since it can be printed and assembled at home.
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I love the option to create a 40 inch skeleton to hang on the door! With the labels, it becomes a fun Halloween decor item that teaches as well!
I know this resource was meant for younger kids, but I showed it to my step daughter who was in HS Anatomy and she asked me to print one for her to put together and study from! GREAT drawings! Life-like without TOO many details! I loved it!
This was so much fun and interactive! Students were really able to show their creativity, and color their skeletons unique to their personalities.
What a fun way to learn the skeletal system! I can not wait to do this activity with my students!
This activity is great for your hands on and visual learners!
Mt 3 homeschoolers held a race to see who could assemble their skeleton fastest. This was so much fun. I might not encourage this in a classroom, but we LOVED IT!
I thought this was a very cool activity. I know my students loved it.
This is exactly what I need for our anatomy class! It says it's for grades 4th-9th but can easily be used by kids as young as kindergarten. (Disclosure: I received a free copy in order to write this completely honest review.)
I love the visual that this creates for the students. I also enjoyed how the kids could make a small version and then as a class we could display the huge version!