Skeletons are not only scary costumes for Halloween! They can also teach us the bone structure of our body. Your pupils will discover and learn the most important bones thanks to this friendly skeleton. This free My Skeleton Worksheet will be the backbone of your anatomy teaching!
The reference sheet presents an original drawing of a skeleton and the names of 14 of the most important bones. From the skull to the toe phalanges, children can discover the sometimes-complex Latin names of our bones: radius, ulna, humerus for our arms, femur and tibia for our legs, tarsus and phalanges for our feet. Then we’ll find a vertebra, the spine, ribs, and sacrum for our torso.
This science worksheet set also contains an activity sheet where children must write the name of the bone at the correct place. Therefore, it is a great activity to practice memory, spelling, and writing. Elementary school teachers and homeschooling parents will enjoy this free My Skeleton Worksheet as much as their children.
Includes 2 design options (2 pages) for printing: color and black and white (ink-saver alternative with minimum background).
The ‘My Skeleton’ worksheet document features:
- 3 pages – includes an extra page with activities
- Color and Black & White layout
- Exclusive design
- Orientation: Portrait
- Paper size: Letter
- PDF file