These human skeletal system activities are sensational ways to boost your science fun.
Your kids will have a blast with these cool ways to learn about the the bones of the human body.
Find out more about these free science printables and how to get your pack today!
Enjoy Special Science Learning Fun with Your Kids
Need some simple yet engaging ways to make science fun for your kids?
Or maybe you’re looking for activities to take your human body unit study or lesson to the next level?
These printable human skeletal system activities are fantastic for all sorts of learning fun!
My boys are always asking questions, curious about the world around them. And within them.
Like many young boys (and maybe girls, too?), they’re fascinated with how their bodies work. Don’t get me started on conversations about bodily functions 😂
Recently, when we were out and about running errands, they saw someone with an arm cast. By some miracle, none of my boys have broken any bones (knock on wood!). Naturally, they wanted to learn all about the bones in our bodies and about the human skeletal system.
Like any relaxed/eclectic/interest-led homeschooling mom, I took those interests and took a deep dive into learning adventures with my boys. To extend the science fun, I included these human skeletal system activities for a great way to get started.
5 Cool Ways to Boost Learning About The Human Skeletal System
This Full Body Human Skeleton Model is portable and is perfect for homeschoolers. It features a movable chin and limb joints that can move for added realism.
The skull’s internal structure is also visible, making this one of the most detailed and informative models on the market. It’s an incredibly fun way to look at the different bones of human body systems.
The Skeletal System Anatomical Chart is the perfect tool for learning about the human skeletal system.
This chart is easy to read and understand, with a clear font that makes learning a breeze. It’s also durable with a high-quality lamination that makes it tear-resistant.
This Human Skeleton Anatomy Coloring Book is fun and educational. It’s perfect for anyone interested in learning about the bones of the human body.
With 50 beautiful coloring pages, your students can learn about the structure and function of the human skeleton while having fun.
This book is a fantastic resource for kids to learn all about the bones of the human body.
It includes 3D computer images in color plus cool facts about the human skeletal system.
Free Printable Human Skeletal System Activities
These 8 pages of free human skeletal system activities are perfect for boosting your science curriculum and learning fun.
Your students will surely enjoy the assortment of activities in this printable pack featuring human bones.
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What’s In This Human Skeletal System Activities Pack?
Let’s take a look at what’s inside this human skeletal system activities pack with 8 pages:
Human Skeletal System Diagram: This printable includes a cute and colorful diagram of the Human Skeletal System. It has all of the bones of the human body labeled so that your students (even younger kids) can study it.
Build The Skeleton: This activity sheet allows your students to color all of the parts and create their skeleton. They can then cut out all of the major bones of the body and put the skeleton together. Then, use paper connectors to make the skeleton move. Such a cool skeletal system activity!
Human Skull: Your kids will love learning all of the parts of the human skull with this colorful worksheet. Each part of the skull is labeled so your kids can study and memorize each part.
Label The Skeletal System: Now that your students have had a chance to study the parts of the skeletal system, they can test out their knowledge with this worksheet! This activity allows your kids to use the word bank to label each part of the human skeletal system, like:
- patella (or kneecap)
- rib cage
Bone Cross Section: This colorful worksheet will allow your students to study the parts of individual bones. Each part of the bone’s cross-section is labeled so your kids can use it to study.
Label The Bone Structure: Now that your kids have had a chance to study a bone cross-section, they can put their knowledge into action. With this colorful worksheet, your little students can use the word bank to label each part of the bone structure.
Skeletal System Crossword Puzzle: after working hard studying and labeling all the parts of the human skeletal system, it’s time for your kiddos to have some fun! They will love using their knowledge to fill out this fun crossword puzzle about bones.
Skeletal System Fun Facts: Your kiddos will have a blast reading all of these fun facts about the skeletal system. You could even print these facts onto flashcards for a fun study exercise.
Great Ways to Use These Skeletal System Worksheets
Read books about the human skeletal system. If you don’t already have some at home, you can search your local library or Amazon.
Watch videos that explain the human skeletal system with your kids and talk about what you learned together. You’ll amazed at how much your kids can learn with super simple songs and fun skeleton activities.
Research examples of various types of bones with your kids via the internet or your local library.
As your students work on these worksheets, chat about what they’re working on. Encourage your kids to make their own observations.
When these human skeletal system worksheets are completed, add them to your student’s binder or set them aside for your homeschool portfolio.
Make extra copies of these worksheets, especially the Skeletal System Crossword Puzzle. Then, you can revisit this activity throughout the year by having your students fill out the crossword to see how many facts they remember.
Use the back of the printable pages to jot down a fun fact (or more) about the function of the skeletal system, names of the bones, types of joints (like hinge joint and socket joints), and more.
Get Your Free Human Skeletal System Worksheets for Science Fun
Yes! You’re on your way to enjoying simple science fun with your kids using these free human skeletal system worksheets.
This printable (PDF files) pack includes 8 pages of science fun activities.
Want to make extra copies? Absolutely! Print as many of these science worksheets as you need to enjoy with your homeschool, classroom, co-op, or other special events.
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Wishing you tons of science fun with these free printables about the human skeletal system and beyond!