"Toe bone connected to da foot bone, foot bone connected to da ankle bone, ankle bone connected to da leg bone..."
- Tessa read Our Bones by Charlotte Guillain during reading.
- Read Blastoff Readers: The Skeletal System by Kay Manolis.
- Read The Bones You Own by Rebecca Baines.
- Listened to Dem Bones audiobook by Bob Barner.
- Completed Evan-Moor ScienceWorks for Kids: How Your Body Works, Grades 1-3 "Bones Support and Help Move the Body - We Need Our Bones" and "Bones" (worksheet only) activities (pages 64-65) from TeacherFileBox.com.
- Completed Teacher Created Resources My Body by Patty Carratello "My Skeleton" (pages 19-21) activity.
- Watched Bill Nye the Science Guy: Bones & Muscles DVD by Disney.
If you can get a hold of the audiobook version of Dem Bones (our library had it), it's well-done and quite fun. At the end of the CD, you can play the book as a song.
For the "Bones" worksheet listed above, I made two copies of it. I cut out the labels from one copy and had Tessa glue them onto the other to save time and writing.
- Read A Book About Your Skeleton by Ruth Belov Gross.
- Read Bones by Steve Jenkins.
- Completed Evan-Moor ScienceWorks for Kids: How Your Body Works, Grades 1-3 "Bones Support and Help Move the Body - Joints," "Skeleton Puzzle," "Bones Need Calcium" activities and mini-book (pages 65-66) from TeacherFileBox.com.
- Explored Leapfrog Tag Interactive Human Body Discovery Pack "Your Skeletal System" section.
|Tessa turned a pile of paper bones into a skeleton ("Skeleton Puzzle" from above).|