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|Why we need a skeleton||I'm not sure how much of a skeleton the blobfish actually has, but I imagine this is what you or I would look like if we didn't have any||5 Star|
|A line drawing of the human skeleton.
The skeleton can be rotated.
How many bones can you label?
|Interactive introduction||Useful||4 Star|
|Intreactive overview of the parts and function of the skeleton||It's worth checking it out in advance of teaching it so see which parts to include in a class||4 Star|
|Animaniacs - The Bone Song||YouTube - 2 mins||4 Star|
|Dancing skeleton pinpoints injury hotspots||YouTube - 1 min. From New Scientist||4 Star|
|Activities-based workbook||Involves comparing lengths of bones||3 Star|
|Explaining antagonistic muscles||Using Body-Painting. YouTube - 1 min||5 Star|
|Interactive look at antagonistic muscles||From freezeray.com||3 Star|
|What makes muscles grow?||Link||YouTube - 4 mins from TED-Ed|
|Animation of the various joints||3 Star|
|A demonstration of the movement of a ball and socket joint (the hip joint).||The femur can be moved forwards and backwards as well as from side to side by moving the trackball. From freezeray.com||3 Star|
|This shows the more limited movement of a hinge joint (the wrist).||The hand can be moved up and down but not from side to side. From freezeray.com||3 Star|
|Animation of ligaments and cartilage||YouTube - 30 secs||3 Star|