Teaching the skeletal system has never been more fun! Your kids will love learning all about bones using these fun and engaging activities and books, perfect for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. The human body can be so interesting, and there are plenty of ideas for using this theme in science, math, art, and reading! It's great for fall and Halloween, too!

Teaching the Skeletal System

Simple activity demonstrating the importance of bones (paid resource, but pictures give the idea)

The Skeletal System: Hands-On Learning Resources from Starts At Eight. This is list of hands-on skeletal system activities, books, videos, and printables from teaching the skeletal system for all ages. Great homeschool activities such as Life Sized Human Skeletal Printable activity.

The Skeletal System: Hands-On Learning Resources

The Skeletal System: Hands On Learning Resources: a collection of hands on activities, books, videos, and printables for learning about the skeletal system.

Science Matters: Body Systems: Skeletal System: Edible Bone Model

Do you know what your bones are made up of? They contain two types of bone tissue: compact bone and spongy bone, bone marrow, and a thin co.

Free Anatomy Lapbook – Skeletal System #homeschool #lapbooks                              ~   This may be good for Halloween!

Free Anatomy Lapbook – Skeletal System

Anatomy Lapbook – The Skeletal System coordinates with Apologia Anatomy ~ 11 free pages.

Skeletal System Word Search: This would be good as supplement when studying the skeletal system or as a handout for early finishers. Kids really enjoy word search puzzles and they increase vocabulary and improve spelling while having fun hunting down the words.

Human Skeletal System Word Search Puzzle

Free printable - The Skeletal System  **Science Unit plan: skeletal system, lesson 1

Free printable - The Skeletal System **Science Unit plan: skeletal system, lesson 1 use for Halloween costume?

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