Dr. Bonyfide Presents Color Me Bones!
Learning the names of the bones is a fun, valuable activity for our kids, whether bound for the medical field or as a memory exercise. Learn the names and locations of the entire adult human body with this 21 piece, punchout skeleton and coloring activity. Constructed of quality cardstock, it includes 20 fasteners for connecting, detailed instructions and crayons. Personally, I found the crayons colored lightly with a waxy feel. You may create a better model using crayons of your own. Skeleton measures approximately 4' when completed. Excellent supplement to the Dr. Bonyfide series or any anatomy course. ~Deanne
- Color, Cut, and Assemble your own 40-inch tall Human Skeleton!
- Learn the names and locations of your bones!
- Kid-friendly fun learning for ages 7 and up!
Dr. Bonyfide is your guide. He's also a skeleton teaching you about the 206 bones of your body.
In comic book format, Anatomics tells the story of Dr. Bonyfide and Pinky as they travel back in time, using the "historator", to help Pinky learn about the bones of the human body in the setting of the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece. There, Pinky will learn about all the bones of the body and how they work as she participates in the Pentathlon. This book is a fun introduction for those who like to learn in less traditional ways. 72 pg, hc.
The workbooks aren't dependent on the use of the book Anatomics and are some of the most in-depth I have ever seen for the elementary grades. Each workbook covers just one portion of the bones in the human body - Book 1: hand/arm/shoulder; Book 2: foot/leg/pelvis; Book 3: rib cage/spine; and Book 4: head/face/neck. Some of the book content is presented in a lyrical fashion to help students remember, but there are also illustrations, diagrams, and mnemonics, and definitions (with pronunciations) for unusual words they will encounter. There are written activities like fill-in-the-blank, drawing, mazes, labeling, and much more. Books 1 and 2 include a pair of cardboard "x-ray" glasses to help you find the hidden messages throughout. The books vary in length - 115 pages in Book 1, 123 in Book 2, 160 in Book 3, and 155 in Book 4. Elementary students will love studying "boneology" with Dr. Bonyfide. ~ Donna