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This activity involves pupils identifying some of the main bones of the human skeleton. The names of the bones are selected by dragging them into boxes linked to different bones in an image of a skeleton
When a correct name is dropped additional information is displayed in a text box that will disappear after a few seconds. The text boxes can also be closed by clicking on them.
Clicking finish at any time will allow the option of restarting the activity. The current activity can also be continued after clicking finished.
The activity relates to the Science National Curriculum for England and Wales, 2e:
Pupils should be taught that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles to support and protect their bodies and to help them to move.
It also relates to the QCA science scheme of work Unit 4A Moving and growing.
This Web site simulates x-raying the human hand:
Some useful images of parts of the human skeleton: