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My mom was a middle school science teacher for many years. One of the learning materials she purchased for her classroom was a life-size replica of a human skeleton.
That skeleton made many appearances at our house for Halloween over the years, and when my parents downsized their home they passed the skeleton on to me. Although a few joints are coming loose, it has been a fun way to teach my kids about their bones.
Today I am releasing a set of Skeleton 3-Part Cards that can be used in lessons to teach your children about the human skeleton. (These cards are included in my Human Body Printables Bundle.)
These Montessori-style nomenclature cards can be used to help children learn to identify key bones in the human body.
Note: You’ll find more resources for learning about the human body on my Human Body Unit Study page.
Each card features a complete skeleton with the target bone(s) colored blue so it can easily be identified among the others in the body.
My Skeleton 3-Part Cards include the following 18 images:
For each object, there is a picture and label card, a picture-only card, and a label-only card.
Want a copy of my Skeleton 3-Part Cards?
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Interested in the human body?
The Human Body Activity Book for Kids includes more than 30 on-the-page activities and hands-on experiments that will get kids excited about how amazing their bodies are. Featuring tons of cool facts and colorful drawings, this in-depth exploration of the human body for kids is a fantastic educational aid for parents and teachers.
More Human Body Learning Resources
More Human Body posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Introducing the five senses
- Books about the five senses
- Sense of smell: Smelling bottles
- Sense of taste: Tasting bottles
- Sense of sight: Color grading
- Sense of touch: Thermic glasses
- Sense of touch: Sandpaper grading
- Sense of touch: Identifying 3D shapes by touch
- Sense of hearing: Making music
You’ll find more resources for learning about the human body on my Human Body Pinterest board.