Health – The Skeletal System

Learning Intention

We’re learning about the skeletal system.

Success Criteria

You will know you’ve been successful when you can:

# Identify the parts of the skeletal system.

# Identify why the skeletal system is important.

 


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Blog Comments:

  1. How many bones are we born with?
  2. what happens to them?
  3. What is the skeletal system?

10 thoughts on “Health – The Skeletal System

  1. We are born with 300 bones and when we get older Thayer fuse together.
    1. Protection.
    2. Shape and support.
    3. Movement.
    4. Blood production.

  2. We are born with 300 bones.
    They fuse together.
    1) Protection
    2) shape and support
    3) Movement.
    4) blood production.

  3. 1. We are born with 300 bones but as we get older they fuse together.
    2. They fuse together.
    3. The skeletal system is a system that holds the body together.

  4. 1. How many bones are we born with? We are born with 300 bones.
    2. what happens to them? They move together making 206 bones all together
    3.What is the skeletal system? Is comprised with bones and joints that help with movement.

  5. We are born with 300 bones and the bones fused together to make one bone.
    1. movement
    2. protection
    3. blood production

  6. 1) We are born with 300 bones when we are baby’s.

    2) When you get older you loose bones because you have fully grown.

    3) The skeletal system is your ribs cage,legs,head,arms,ilium and the ulna.

  7. How many bones are we born with?
    Three hundred.
    what happens to them?
    They fuse together as you get older.
    What is the skeletal system?
    1. Protection
    2. shape and support.
    3. Movement
    4. Blood production.

  8. 1. How many bones are we born with?
    We are born with over 300 bones!

    2. As we grow up our body fuses them together

    3. The Skeletal system is something that has protection, shape and support, movement and blood production

  9. We are born with 300 bones. But the average adult has 206.

    Our bones “fuse” together creating big bones 😮.

    The skeletal system is made of muscles and joints, The skeletal system functions include blood production, protection, movement, and shape and support.

  10. The skeletal system is full of bones and joints Without the school little system they would just be a pile of muscles lying on the floor we need bones and joints to move and even talk.
    When a baby is born they Commonly have 300 bones in their body, as we get older (At the age of 2-3) they will fuse together and will have around 206 bones. Have you ever felt a baby’s head? The lump on their head that is going down is because the skull hasn’t fused together properly.

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