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The Best Human Skeleton Study Guide and Printables in the World

 

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Welcome to none other than The Best Human Skeleton Study Guide and Printables in the World! Be sure and read through to get to the free printable sets we have for you. Enjoy!

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Questions to ask or research about:

  • Where is the red blood cell made?
  • What is the appendicular skeleton?
  • What body parts are included in the human skeleton?
  • What are some limited ranges of motion on arms and legs?
  • What is the axial skeleton?
  • What is the vertebral column?
  • Can you name a single bone without help?
  • Can you name the small bones in your inner ear?
  • Can you feel your hip joints?

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

True To Life Human X-RaysTrue To Life Human X-RaysGlow In The Dark Pose-N-Stay SkeletonGlow In The Dark Pose-N-Stay SkeletonRubies Glow in The Dark Skeleton Child Costume,Rubies Glow in The Dark Skeleton Child Costume,X-Ray Skeleton - Advanced Graphics Life Size CardboardX-Ray Skeleton – Advanced Graphics Life Size Cardboard

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Light Table Fun!

First, we started out at the light table. We used our super fun glow in the dark skeletons to study the human body. They are 16 inches tall, so they are the perfect size for little hands to handle.

Plus, because they are made out of plastic, they are lightweight and slightly see-through. We studied the skeletons and all of their main parts (skull, ribs, phalanges, sternum, femur, etc).

We then incorporated some true-to-life human x-rays with nomenclature labels and charts on where each x-ray belongs. Our light table isn’t big enough to put together the entire skeleton x-rays together to form the body, but we did analyze one to several x-rays at a time.

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Take a look! Isn’t this an awesome light table?! These human x-rays are so great. My children had so much fun learning the names of the bones and I was amazed at how much they were picking up and remembering.

We didn’t go into too much detail, but we did go over the names with the x-rays and charts daily all week. By the way, this body is most likely a mom because the hand x-rays are the exact same size as my hands, hehe.

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Puzzled Human Skeleton 3D Jigsaw Puzzle (50-Piece), 3Puzzled Human Skeleton 3D Jigsaw Puzzle (50-Piece), 3The Human BodyThe Human Body4D Puzzle Skeleton Human Anatomy Series 3D Model4D Puzzle Skeleton Human Anatomy Series 3D ModelHuman Muscle and Skeleton ModelHuman Muscle and Skeleton Model

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3D Human Skeletal System Model

The next activity that we did was SUPER fun. We put together a 3D Human Skeleton Model! It wasn’t hard or time-consuming to put together. In fact, it was fun and entertaining putting it together with my children.

They loved watching the skeleton come together and take shape, one “bone” at a time. This set comes with all the 3D puzzle pieces and a hardcover book with all kinds of awesome information.

We read the book several times because it was so full of cool facts and because we could point at the bones we were learning about on our 3D model.

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Human Skeleton Study Guide

Books! Who doesn’t love books, especially books like Usborne’s “Your Body?” Real teachers learn with their students. It is the best way to discover new things! Here is a list of some of the books we read in our unit.

The Skeleton BookThe Skeleton BookSkeleton HiccupsSkeleton HiccupsBones (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2)Bones (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2)Bones: Skeletons and How They WorkBones: Skeletons and How They Work

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Body Mini Encyclopedia

Human Body Pop-up book

Ouch!

Human Body Sticker Book

Uncover the Human Body (with 3D model)

Skeletons and Bones Sticker Book

A huge list of other books on the Human Body

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

More Skeleton Resources

We also used other props and fun stuff like foam skeleton puzzles, a skeleton stamp and organ mini replicas. We also used a vintage brain stamp (side view) and a vintage brain stamp (top view), even though we were focusing on the human skeleton. It was just fun to include them.

The foam puzzles are labeled, front and back, which is awesome and the pieces do come out. We were very careful while taking the pieces out and putting them back in. We would name the names of the bones as we were putting them back.

That is how I realized how much they were remembering. It was a proud momma moment. 🙂

Here is a really fun homeschool printables set!

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This Human Body Systems (endocrine, nervous, digestive, circulatory – with parts of the heart and blood cells, muscular, skeletal and respiratory) bundle includes:

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  7. 2 Anatomy Wheel Crafts
  8. Human Body Systems Word Search

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This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Free Human Skeleton Pictures to Print

And now, for the printables. Take a look at this awesome human skeleton puzzle printable! I didn’t want this post to turn out to be too long by adding more pictures, but I did want to make sure you saw what the printables look like. You and your children will love them!

We have an awesome set. There are four levels of difficulty. We did them all, but my youngest only did the first two sets with us and watched Bother and me do levels “Hard” and “Hardest.”

I would recommend printing all of them and use them together, since some will be helpful as answer keys to others in other levels. Once you see them printed, you’ll know what I mean.

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This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

Here are some of the resources we used. We hope you find these helpful.

This is a human skeleton study guide. We are focusing on the skeleton. We learned so much! In this post, you will take part of all the fun we had learning about bones and how our skeletons hold us up.

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Comments

  1. I love everything in this unit! The books are so cool, the 3D skeleton is amazing, and the x-rays on the light table are fun! I can’t wait to order my own set. 🙂

  2. I love all the hands on activities in this unit! Thank you so much for linking up at the Learn & Play Link Up! Your post is featured this week at Christian Montessori Network.

  3. I have tried several times now to download units/printables and it keeps telling me that my email address is invalid ?. Very disappointed

  4. I was trying to download the free Skeleton unit but I was not successful. Do you have better directions?
    Thank you for your assistance.

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