We have spent the year learning 16 major bones in our bodies. So today we put our knowledge of our bones to the test. We worked as a class to put our poly spot skeleton together correctly. They did a great job!!! Make sure to ask them about the bones we learned!
Can’t believe March is already here, but it is and that means time for new bones. We added three new bones for the month of March. Phalanges, radius, and ulna were added to our existing list of: cranium, mandible, clavicle, sternum, ribs, humerus, spine, and scapula. Ask your child/children to show you were all the bones are found.
This month we are starting out the month with two new bones, the sternum and ribs. We now have cranium, mandible, clavicle, scapula, spine and our two new ones. Check out the pictures below, one is close up of the ribs and sternum and the other one is a smaller view of our skeleton. Ask your child/children to show you where the bones we have learned are located.
The January bone of the month, is the clavicle. The clavicle is also known as the collar bone. Take some time to ask your child/children where to find their cranium, mandible, spine, scapula, and now the clavicle. Below is a picture that shows the clavicle bone and a x-ray that shows a broken clavicle.
CLAVICLE: BROKEN CLAVICLE: