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Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
Lesson 2 - Joints
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Lesson 2 - Joints

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  • 1. Lesson #2 Where Do Bones Move? begin to In this lesson, we will identify certain bones and the joints that move them! Created by Mr. Stephen Wentz Council Rock School District
  • 2. Question? • Read the following situation and respond in your science notebook… • Jeremiah was sitting under an oak tree when he heard a loud cracking noise directly above him. He looked up and noticed one of the tree’s branches getting ready to break away from the tree. Jeremiah immediately jumped to his feet and ran away to safety • How was Jeremiah’s body able to move?
  • 3. How are we able to move? • Coming around to each group is a real shin bone. • Look at it, feel it, describe it… • Can it bend? Is it soft? What does it feel like? • If our bones are so hard and cannot bend…then how do we move? Our Joints!!!
  • 4. Let’s Play…Where’s this joint? • 1. Read each riddle on page 6, then try to identify the joints they refer to. • 2. Once you and your partner think you have solved the riddle, write the name of the joint on the line. Use the word bank at the bottom of the page to help. • 3. Then, locate and label the joint on the skeleton diagram on page 7.
  • 5. Where’s this joint? • Joint A – Knuckle • Joint B – Shoulder • Joint C – Ankle • Joint D – Knee • Joint E – Jaw • Joint F – Wrist • Joint G – Hip • Joint H – Neck • Joint I – Elbow
  • 6. Science Fun! • Have you ever heard the Skeleton Dance? • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e54m6XOpRgU • Here’s your challenge! • Using the lyrics from the skeleton dance song, change the common bone names to the actual bone names in the song, then perform it for the class.
  • 7. Science Fun! The foot bone connected to the leg bone The leg bone connected to the knee bone The knee bone connected to the thigh bone The thigh bone connected to the hip bone The hip bone connected to the back bone The back bone connected to the neck bone The neck bone connected to the head bone After you and your partner(s) are done, make a poster with your new lyrics on it! Illustrate it with skeletons and bones!
  • 8. Science Fun! The metatarsals and phalanges bones connected to the fibula and tibia bones The fibula and tibia bones connected to the patella bone The patella bone connected to the femur bone The femur bone connected to the pelvis bone The pelvis bone connected to the lower vertebra bones The lower vertebra bones connected to the upper vertebra bones The upper vertebra bones connected to the skull bones

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