BBC – KS2 Bitesize: Science – Skeletons and muscles – activity

Science living things exercise – Moving Growing activity

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  1. 1

    karolina said,

    I went on this and i think it really helped me i think it is very useful. This is an amazing site i think it is fab. It really helps me and i think other people to.

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    mya said,

    Yes Karolina, your correct it’s a great website and its very interesting.

  3. 6

    karolina said,

    I think these games are so fascantating that i cant stop playing them but now also they are also helpong me with my learning.

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    PAIGE! said,

    These will help us with are topic becuase we also need to learn about the muscles and how they stretch!!!!!!!!

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    Aiza said,

    This was a brilliant site i enjoyed it ๐Ÿ™‚

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    PAIGE! said,

    -Did you know? that elephants tusk helps them defend predtors.
    -Also the pelvis helps move humans hips.
    -Frogs feet (toes) are flexible to help it grip and that the thigh helps the frog move and the ankle joins the legs to the foot bones to help it move.
    -The femur helps a bird to support the weight of the body
    and they have a beak to tear up their prey the mertacpla (can`t spell it)
    helps the wing to tip a bit more,
    – and musles (for humans) are attached to bones to help us move!!!
    This game has really helped me and I hope that this facts help us in are topic!!!!!!!!!!

  7. 11

    PAIGE! said,

    I never knew that frogs had more bones than I expected.

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    aiza said,

    I agree with you paige :-):-)


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