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    • The Skeletal System An Interactive Presentation By: Jenna Brander ED 205-15
    • The Skeletal System
      • What is a Bone?
      • The Inside of a Bone
      • Four Main Jobs of a Bone
      • The Spine
      • Ribs
      • Hands and Feet
      • Hips and Legs
      • Arms
      • Joints
      • Joints Movie
      • Quiz
      • About the Author
      • References
      • Concept Map
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    • What is a Bone?
      • The skeletal system is made up of the bones and cartilage that forms the framework of your body.
      • We have bones so that we are not a puddle of skin and guts on the floor.
      • Babies have 300 bones.
      • Adults have 206 bones.
      Click on the Hand to watch a video on bones! Quit Main Menu
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    • The Inside of a Bone
      • A bone is made up of salts, water, and tissue.
      • Inside a bone there is a jelly substance called bone marrow.
      • Bone marrow produces blood cells for the body.
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    • Four Main jobs of a Bone:
      • To protect your body and give it shape.
      • To protect your internal organs.
      • To provide a scaffolding for your muscles, allowing you to move.
      • To store minerals and make blood cells.
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    • The Spine
      • The spine is the central support for the body.
      • The spine is made up of separate bones called vertebrae.
      • Between each vertebrae is cartilage which keeps bones from rubbing against each other.
      • FUN FACT: there are 26 vertebrae in the human body.
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    • Ribs
      • “Your rib cage is made up of 12 vertebrae, 24 ribs and a breastbone in three parts. It protects your heart and lungs from knocks and bumps.”
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    • Hands and Feet
      • The bones in your hands and feet are VERY flexible.
      • The foot has 26 bones. (tarsals, metatarsels, and phalanges)
      • The hand has 27 bones. (metacarpals, carpals, and phalanges)
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    • Hips and Legs
      • The hip bone helps us to stand upright and move.
      • The main bones of the legs are the tibia, fibia, and femur.
      • The patella (kneecap) is also important!
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    • Arms
      • The bones in the arm are very flexible.
      • The three bones that make up the arm are the ulna, radius, and humerus.
      • The two bones that form the shoulder are the clavicle and the scapula.
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    • Joints
      • The Pivot Joint Hinge Joint
      • The Gliding Joint Ball-and-socket Joint
      View More on Joints! Quit Main Menu
    • Joints Movie!
      • Click on the Foot to watch a movie about the different joints.
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    • Quiz
      • How many bones are in an adult? 4. What is another name for kneecap?
      • 342 bones A . Sternum
      • 100 bones B. Phalanges
      • 85 bones C. Tibia
      • 206 bones D. Patella
      • 2. What is the jelly substance inside a bone called? 5. The legs are connected to what ?
      • Cartilage A. The Hips (Pelvis)
      • Bone Marrow B . Skull
      • Compact Bone C. Hands
      • Joints D. Heart
      • 3.What Bone protects the internal organs BONUS QUESTION!!!
      • like the lungs and heart? What joint is found in the ankle?
      • The Spine A. Pivot Joint
      • The Femur B. Gliding Joint
      • The Ribs C. Hinge Joint
      • Pelvis D. Ball-and-socket Joint
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    • Please Try Again!
    • You’re Right Great Job!
    • About the Author
      • My name is Jenna Brander. I am a sophomore at Grand Valley State University and I am going to be a special education teacher. I am looking forward to teaching students and making a difference in their lives.
      • Email Me: [email_address]
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    • References
      • Great Source Education Group. Science Saurus: A Student Handbook. Wilmington: Great Source Education Group, 2006.
      • http://library.thinkquest.org/5777/ske1.htm
      • http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/biology/humananatomy/skeletal/skeletalsystem.html
      • http://www.dhmc.org/dhmc-internet-upload/file_collection/ms.web.ms5347.xray.jpg
      • www.unitedstreaming.com
      • http://services.epnet.com/getimage.aspx?imageiid=4695
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    • Concept Map Quit Main Menu