Medical Terminology Crossword for Kids: Bones of the Human Body

Hey Kids, how about solving a crossword for human bones. We have over 200 of them in our bodies. All together the bones form the skeletal system.

 

Some Interesting Facts

Your bones (skeletal system) are to the body like wood and brick are to a house. They are the framework or support system.

Your earbone is the smallest bone in your body. It is called stapes.

Your femur is the longest bone in your body. It runs from your hip to your knee. It is also the largest and strongest bone. 

 

Take a look at the ten bones used in the crossword puzzle.

Bones of the Human Body

10 bones of the human body. Drawing by Sophia Brooks Hand, age 8.

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