Here's a little trivia to get you started -
1. How many bones do you have?
2. How many bones make up the skull?
3. Where is the smallest bone in your body?
We printed the template for the paper plate skeleton and used some really great books to discover the names of things. We had a good time experimenting with the different kinds of joints we have -- sometimes it was downright humerous (hee hee)!
From here, we've got big plans for experimenting, game playing, and art project making about all-things-body. Well, maybe not all things. But, you get my point. Here are the books on deck for that:
How well did you do?
1. There are about 206 bones in an adult body.
2. There are 22 bones in the skull.
3. The smallest bone in the body is in the cranium. The "stirrup" is smaller than a grain of rice and is found deep inside the ear.
Source: The Search for the Missing Bones (The Magic School Bus)