Skeletal System

I created this skeletal system resource after struggling to find something like this for my own class. You can use the unit around Halloween time to make your own skeletons, or you can use it any time of year to teach about the skeletal system. This is one of my favorite fall activities. Students see skeletons all the time, especially in October. But in my experience, they are always shocked to find out there is one inside of them! Side note--If you spend a lot of time covering the skeletal system in your class, you should grab your own mini skeleton around Halloween. I have seen them at Target, Walmart, and Michaels every year!

Scroll down to take a look at what's included in this resource!

Included are 12 bone matching cards,

a bone matching quiz (and answer key), 

 an article with questions,

and a skeleton students can cut apart and put together.

You can also use the bone matching cards to create an interactive pocket chart with a completed skeleton. This is a small pocket chart to give you an idea of the size. (It was a $1 snag at the Target Dollar Spot!)

You can get this resource HERE.

Learn all about the skeletal system with these activities! Students will put together a skeleton, read an article and answer questions, plus will learn bones! You can use the flashcards as an interactive pocket chart, or as a matching game!

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