Biology Online Skeleton

August 21, 2015

This resource is really fun! It requires internet access to use. There is a photo of a human skeleton, with a list of bones to be labelled on the right, and a list of bones on the left which, if you click, will move those bones. It's great for helping students both learn and revise the names of the bones. It's interactive element makes it fun for studetns as well! You can also print this page as a worksheet have students draw lines from the labels to the skeleton, or cut the labels out for a more active lesson.


Bones to be labelled are: humerus, skull, sacrum, mandible, radius, ulna, patella, tibia, metacarpals, spine, rib cage, sturnum, femur, metatarsals, and fibula.


http://www.animatedscience.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/skeleton1.swf




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