Sci2 Chapter 4 – Your Bones L13
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  • In this lesson, we will answer two questions. What is your skeleton made of and what is cartilage?
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  • Let’s review… Why does our body need a skeleton? (pause) (click) If you answered for support, you’re correct. God put made us with a skeleton on the inside to give us support!
  • Now let’s see if you can name some parts of the body where cartilage is found. (pause) (click) We have cartilage at the tips of our nose, at the top of our ear, and anywhere 2 or more bones meet.
  • What important job do minerals do for our bones? (pause) (click) Minerals make our bones hard!
  • We know that bones contain minerals that make them hard. But does cartilage contain minerals? (pause) (click) If you answered no, you were correct!
  • Now let’s play a game to see what you’ve learned! I’m going to name some parts of your body. You tell me if it is made up of bones, cartilige, or both! Ready? Let’s begin!
  • The end of your nose is made up of (pause) (click) that’s right, cartilage!
  • Your upper arm is made of (pause) (click) – Yes, it’s made of bone!
  • What about your shin, which is the front of your lower leg? (pause) (click) Yes, it’s bone!
  • What about your elbow? (pause) (click) Your elbow is a joint, so it is made up of bones AND cartilage..
  • Now, what about your skull? (pause) (click) Yes, bone!
  • And your ear – bone or cartilage? (p) (c) That’s right, cartilage!
  • And for the last question – what about your shoulder? (p) (cl) Yes, like your elbow, your shoulder is a joint and it’s made of both!
  • You’ve done a good job learning about the 2 types of bones in the body. Well done! But before we end our lesson, let’s watch a fun video about bones!
  • Click on the video to begin playing it.

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  • 1. Chapter 4 – Your Bones Lesson 13 Bones and Cartilage
  • 2. Bones and Cartilage
    • What is your skeleton made of?
    • What is cartilage?
  • 3. Your body needs support…
  • 4. Parts of the skeleton…
    • Cartilage is strong, white material
    • Cartilage bends
  • 5. Bones are made of minerals…
    • Minerals make bones hard
  • 6. Why does our body need a skeleton?
    • Our skeleton gives our body support.
  • 7. Name some parts of the body where cartilage is found…
    • The end of your nose
    • The top of your ear
    • Where 2 or more bones meet
  • 8. What do minerals do for bones?
    • Minerals make bones hard.
  • 9. Do you think that cartilage contains minerals?
    • NO!
  • 10. Let’s play a game to see what you’ve learned!
  • 11. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • The end of your nose…
    • CARTILAGE
  • 12. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • Upper arm…
    • BONE!
  • 13. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • Shin…
    • BONE!
  • 14. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • Elbow…
    • BOTH!
  • 15. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • Skull…
    • BONE!
  • 16. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • Ear…
    • CARTILAGE!
  • 17. Bone, cartilage, or both?
    • Shoulder joint…
    • BOTH!
  • 18. Good Job!
    • You’ve completed your lesson and learned about the two types of bones you have in your skeleton!
    • NOW.. Let’s watch a fun video about – BONES!
  • 19. Schoolhouse Rock – Dem Bones
  • 20.
    • The End