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3 Brain pop Bone photos Virtual Skeleton


5 Support

6 Motion walking skeleton

7 Protection video

8 Produce Blood Cells

9 Produce Blood Cells

10 Hearing

11 Regulate Calcium Salt


13 Bones are made up of different layers
Outer Membrane: thin and tough, it covers all of the bone except the ends Blood vessels and nerves enter and leave the bone through the membrane Compact Bone: hard and dense but not solid Small canals carrying blood vessels and nerves from the bone’s surface to the living things within the cell. Blood vessels and nerves run through the compact bone Spongy Bone: lightweight and strong Located just inside the compact bone and also found at the ends of the bone Like a sponge, spongy bone has small spaces within it Bone Marrow-soft connective tissue found in the spaces in bone Two types of bone marrow: Red marrow-produces blood cells Yellow marrow-stores fat that serves as an energy reserve

14 Joints of the Skeleton A Joint is a place in the body where two bones come together Joints allow bones to move in different ways. There are two kinds of joints in the body: Immovable Movable Immovable joints connect bones in a way that allows little or no movement Ex: the bones of the skull are held by immovable joints the ribs attach to the sternum by immovable joints Movable joints allow the body to make a wide range of movements

15 gliding Joints animation

16 Four Types of Movable Joints
Ball and socket joint-allows the greatest range of motion Lets you swing your arm and leg freely in a circle Located in your shoulder and hips Pivot joint-allows one bone to rotate around another Lets you turn your head from side to side Located in the top of your neck Gliding joint-allows one bone to slide over another Lets you bend and flex your wrist and make limited side to side motion Located in your wrists and ankles Hinge joint-allows forward and backward motion Lets you bend and straighten your arms and legs Located in your elbows and knees Manipulate joints game


18 Quia Games Build a skeleton game United Streaming Human Body for Students Skeletal system

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