When I think of Halloween, images of jack-o-lanterns, black cats, ghosts, and skeletons pop into my head. The kids thoughts turn to costumes and candy. They start thinking about Halloween and getting excited about it as fall sets in and the temperatures drop. As a homeschool mom, I always try to capitalize on things that get the kids excited and tailor our studies accordingly.
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This year, my son is studying Human Anatomy and Physiology with Apologia science. As we move on through the curriculum, I like to go back and review what we have learned to be sure that he actually retained something. Since Halloween is coming, I thought this would be the perfect time to review what we learned in our skeletal system module.
We are using human skeleton printables that feature a review of the major bones in the human skeleton, a fill-in-the-blank page, and a build-your-own skeleton. It’s a great way to review, or learn, the names of the bones and where they are in the body.
You can get your own by filling out the form below and the download link will be sent to you!
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