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  • Chandra Schroeder

    Anatomy in high school was the first class that interested me. I found myself wanting to get to class early and begging for my teacher to tell me new things that doctors have discovered in the medical field. My fascination in anatomy made it easier for me to learn word association and study all of the difficult terminology that was required for me to learn. For example, all 206 bones in the human body.

  • Christian Clonch

    I hate skeleton stuff but I appreciate this one: Bones! And, I plan to learn them soon... Anatomy & Physiology, here I come!

  • Valorie Ruzicka

    THE BODY – A cool way to learn bones of human #anatomy. #nursing

  • Julie Hernandez

    Bones in the body. Kids may need this for school someday! For brookie the science buff

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Fabulous! By artist Aaron Kuehn. Use as an example when the students are creating their own models for the human body system they are researching.

Coloring with x-ray skeletons…

Pink and Green Mama: Life-Sized Body Map Kid's Art Project (forget skeletons for halloween, this is great!)

The human skeleton, labelled for identification.

Great concept for teaching about the human body! You could make it more complex with a more accurate skeleton. Rather than a die, have a bag with names of bones and pick up the corresponding bone. This could be done with other systems of the body as well, such as the digestive system.

As set of hugely popular "great artists" related kids' projects that you can do at home or in the class room. More to come soon!

Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! Notice that the top left name is NOELLE. :) Love it!

omg - I laughed sooooo hard at this!!! Life of a RDH, eh??!!