Label and Assemble the Skeletal System- GAME

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Here is a great little online game to help teach your children the skeletal system. My kids were studying the human body in a science course, and needed to be able to identify the bones of the body.

So, my mom found this skeleton game from abcya.com and it really helped them to practice and memorize where all the bones of the body belong. They had lots of fun playing it, and were actually studying in the process!

There are 2 ways to play:

  1. You label the skeleton by dragging the names of the bones to the correct label pointing to the skeleton- in as few attempts as possible- under 25 tries.
  2. You “assemble” the skeleton by clicking on the bone and dragging it to it’s appropriate place on the skeleton silhouette. When you click on a bone, its name is stated. Your goal is to get them all in the right place the first time- in under 25 tries.

It’s really pretty fun. I enjoyed brushing up my “skeletal system knowledge” and played a few rounds myself!

Find the Skeleton Game HERE

~Kari

we are not in any way affiliated with abcya.com

Kari Boyer

Kari Boyer

Kari is married to Rick and Marilyn's son Tim. She is a stay-at-home mom and also homeschools her 4 children. She organizes the Character Concepts blog, sales and marketing. She loves being outside in the garden or helping her husband on the farm. She also loves cooking and fixing up their old farmhouse.
Kari Boyer
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About Kari Boyer

Kari is married to Rick and Marilyn's son Tim. She is a stay-at-home mom and also homeschools her 4 children. She organizes the Character Concepts blog, sales and marketing. She loves being outside in the garden or helping her husband on the farm. She also loves cooking and fixing up their old farmhouse.

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