Skeletal System

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Used in a third grade class as an intro to the skeletal system

Carpals

Wrist Bones

Femur

the longest and thickest bone of the human skeleton

Cranium

skull

Humerus

upper arm bone

Mandible

lower jaw bone

Patella

Knee Cap

Pelvis

where the hips are located.

Phalanges (fingers)

the small, narrow bones of the fingers

Phalanges (toes)

the small, narrow bones of the toes

Radius and Ulna

The two bones on the lower part of the arm

Ribs

The bones in the chest that protect the heart and lungs.

Scapula

Shoulder Blade

Tarsals

Ankle Bones

Tibia and Fibula

The two bones on the lower part of the leg

Vertebrae

26 small bones that make up your backbone

Sternum

the middle of the chest (connects the ribs), breastbone

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