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Skeleton Dance - How Body Works
We are actually born with about 300 bones, but many of these fuse together as the child grows up. These bones support our body and allow us to sit,stand and make any movement.An adult human

The Nervous System - Crash Course Video
Videos on organ systems with a look at the nervous system

Skeletal System Video
If you want to know more about your beautiful bones, this movie about the Skeletal System is a great place to start

Label the Bones in the Skeletal System
A fun and interactive children's activity to learn the skeletal system. Students click and drag the names of major bones to the appropriate box in the skeletal diagram.

Human Anatomy - Skeleton
Click on the labels below to find out more about your skeleton.

Human Skeleton and Human Skeletal System
Tutorials and quizzes on the bones of the human skeleton and their anatomical markings.

Human Anatomy - Skeleton
Click on the labels below to find out more about your skeleton..

Human Skeleton
Use the word bank below to identify parts of the human skeleton

Skeleton Game
Get the joints and unusual bones in the right places.

Life Size Printout
This printout will help you learn about the human skeleton and identify some of the important features of our skeletal anatomy.

Appendicular skeleton
The Appendicular Skeleton is the part of the skeleton

In biology, the skeleton or skeletal system is the biological system providing support in living organisms

Human skeleton
The human skeleton is made of bones, some of them joined together..

Axial skeleton
The axial skeleton consists of the bones in the head and trunk of a vertebrate body

The Calcium and your Child
The on-line information resource for reliable and up-to-date calcium information for kids.

The Big Story on Bones
! Every single person - and every other mammal - has a skeleton made up of hundreds of bones. These bones provide structure to your whole body, allow you to move in many ways, protect your internal organs, and more. It's time to get busy and look at all your bones!