Bones, Bones, Bones!

In Science this week, we have been studying the human body! We started by investigating the human skeleton and discussing what it does for us. The human skeleton is very strong and complex and it provides stability for our organs alongside protecting them.

Did you know there are 206 bones in the adult body? It decreases from around 270 that you have at birth.

After our discussions, we discussed some of the scientific names of specific bones.

Question: Where is the fibula in the body? (Answer below)

Then, we cut out the main bone structure and had a go at putting them together! It’s not as easy as you might think! Watch out for some crazy shoulder blades!


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