Mrs. Weber's 3rd grade class is learning about the human body: skeleton and muscles. These links and information about resources will help.

In this tool, created by Science NetLinks, a fictional character, Arnold is missing a number of body parts. Students are presented with a body system and a variety of organs, which they drag and drop into Arnold's body. While this page links to the overview of the tool for grades 3-5, you can access reviews for additional grades and benchmarks using the navigation tools at the top of the overview.
Welcome to the Human Body Module! In this course, learn how the human skeleton and the muscles work! In the activity section, try to reassemble Mr.Bones after he falls apart.
An online book about the human body created by an elementary class.

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Another accident in the lab! Help out by putting the skeleton back together.
What goes on inside your body? That is what Surfing the Human Body is about. Mr. Skele, the private tour guide will guide you around on a small tour. Well stop and see some of the main organs including the brain, the stomach, and the heart. On our 85 web pages we will have descriptive pictures, the functions of the major organs, and lots more! Youll get to see the seven different systems needed to keep you alive. They are the digestive, nervous, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, the skeletal, and the urinary systems. Then you can see if you have learned anything by going to our game pages.

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Bones & muscles: Bill Nye uses comedy to present information on X-rays, the healing of broken bones, bone marrow, and the body's joints. The program presents information on the number of bones in the human body, the strongest bones in the human body, ligaments and tendons, and muscles. © 2006 Disney; 26 minutes, 13 segments

Body Systems, Part 8 (05:30) The Musculoskeletal System: Explore the mechanisms that power the body to gurgle, burp, gasp, and giggle. Human body systems work in harmony to connect us with the outer world, while keeping our inner world attuned to the rhythmic beat of life. © 2002 Discovery Channel School

Elementary Video Adventures: How Our Bodies Work, Part 1 (07:36) Bones & Muscles: Discover the many bones and muscles that keep the human body moving. Examine how parts of the eye work together to produce a clear vision of the world. Learn how the skin protects us from harmful rays of the sun. And investigate the important role the nose plays in taste as well as smell.

Human Body for Students: Skeletal System (08:36): Investigates the role of joints, ligaments, cartilage, and tendons and details how bones grow and heal. © 1997 Educational Activities

Inside Story with Slim Goodbody, The: The Body Symphony: The Inside Story of Your Whole Body (14:26): Examines the cooperation among body systems and illustrates the never-ending miracle of growth and change. With models, animation, and film clips, Slim discusses cell structure and how cells are grouped into tissues, organs, and organisms. © 1980 Slim Goodbody
Thanks to Peg Christensen from AEA 1 for her support in compiling these resources.