Fifth grade students were directed to fold white paper in half to start this project. They wrote their name and cut it out doubled. This formed the body of the skeleton. Then they added the head, arms and legs. The pieces were mounted on black construction paper.
This idea came from an old Mailbox magazine.
|Skeletons in the Closet Game
By Learning Resources Inc
Bone up your kids' knowledge of their bodies' fantastic framework! The first player to build a skeleton through a series of correct answers wins. Includes 50 true/false question cards, double-sided spinner, 4 plastic skeleton models, guide, milk carton tokens, and lab closet cards. It's six games in one---a rattling good time for ages 7 and up!
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