This half term we’ve been learning all about the ins-and-outs of the human (and some animals!) body.
This includes things like what proper nutrition looks like, why we should eat balanced diets, what different -parts of our bodies look like and their functions and more!
Lately, we’ve been talking about different bones and how they interact and their locations.
To put our class to the test, I pit our different groups against one another to see what group could structure and label a human skeleton the quickest. Everyone enjoyed it and managed to get it done and correctly at that! Superb teamwork, Year 3.
Here’s a joke for you! Which bone always lies? (see bottom for answer)