Human skeleton learning the vocabulary for a skeleton

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The human Skeleton. Learning the names for the bones you will find in the human skeleton. The human skeleton is made up of 206 bones. When we are born we have about 300, but many of these bones will fuse together as we grow up.

Bones support your body and enables us to move.

Bones contain a lot of calcium, by drinking milk or eating foods such as broccoli, and other foods enables bones to stay healthy.

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Human skeleton learning the vocabulary for a skeleton

  1. 1. Human skeleton learning the vocabulary for a skeleton The human skeleton
  2. 2. Learning about the human skeleton The human skeleton is made up of 206 bones. When we are born we have about 300, but many of these bones will fuse together as we grow up. Bones support your body and enable us to move. Bones contain a lot of calcium, by drinking milk or eating foods such as broccoli and other foods enables bones to stay healthy. Print the lesson on the human skeleton To print the tenses table right click on a white space and choose print. You can click on the printer icon just below and to the right of the contact us menu button at the top of the page. Lessons that are related to the lesson on the human skeleton To view any of the lessons below click on link. Internal organs - human body exercise Learning English Body parts learning parts of the human body English English lessons about human body parts Idioms human body English lesson Click on the following link for the On line English dictionary - English lesson Easy Pace Learning Forum If you are struggling with a lesson or an exercise post a question we will try and help you or post your answers and let others compare.

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