Homework Help: Skeletal System

Homework Help: Skeletal System

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The Skeletal System is made up of the 206 bones that hold the body up. It is amazing that the body can direct muscles to move all those parts around. It is one thing to raise an arm up and down…but then think about what a soccer player does or a ballet dancer or someone climbing a cell tower to repair damage from a storm. Really, the human body is so amazing. The books and websites listed below will help you learn a lot more about the skeletal system.

Websites, Activities, Printables & Databases:

DK Find Out! Skeleton and Bones
KidsHealth: Your Bones
Biology4Kids: Skeletons Inside and Out
BBC: Human Anatomy Skeleton
National Health Museum: The Living Skeleton
Wonderopolis: Why Do Our Joints Pop?
Wonderopolis: How Does An X-Ray Work?
Printable: Human Skeleton Diagram
Printable: Color and Label Human Skeleton
Online Game: Learn the Skeletal System


Science in Context: Skeletal System is a database you can use in any IndyPL Library Branch or at home with your IndyPL Library Card. Login using your library card number and PIN. What’s My PIN? It will show you biographies, magazines, videos and more about the Skeletal System.​

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Books:

Learning About the Musculoskeletal SystemSkeletal SystemSuper SkeletonTake a Closer Look at Your BonesThe Skeletal SystemThe Skeleton BookYou Can't See Your Bones with BinocularsYour Skeletal SystemForgotten BonesHuman MovementI Broke My Arm
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  1. If I just reprinted the information, that would be plagiarism. Also, the experts are the people and organizations who collected and presented the information in the websites. For instance, one of the links is from the National Health Museum. By providing the link, you know the exact source of the information and can decide as a researcher if that source is reliable. As a researcher you need to ask yourself, “can I trust this information?”

  2. I can see they lead to facts, although, wouldn’t it be easier to just list the information?

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