Let's Look Inside Our Body

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(boy) Let's look inside our body. Your body's made of many parts that help you move and think. Body parts work together when you draw or dance and drink. Some parts you see on the outside, like your eyes and mouth and nose. Some parts are on the inside, like bones and muscles to move your toes. Feel the bone that holds up your mouth and your chin. It's part of the skeleton. It's underneath your skin. Your skull protects your brain and holds up your head. Your teeth help you smile and talk and chew your bread. You can feel your spine in the middle of your back. Your spine helps you bend and twist and carry your backpack. Your ribs are like a cage that protects your lungs and heart. Your arm bones move together, the elbow hinge does its part. The tibia is a strong bone from your ankle to knee high. The femur is the longest bone. It's found inside your thigh. Your bones help you swim and run and play and grow. You need milk and healthy food to make your bones and body grow. Accessibility provided by the U.S. Department of Education.


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Bones are important to everyday tasks and movements. Students learn the functions of the following bones:spine, rib cage, tibia, femur, and skull. Part of the “Everyday Science for Preschoolers” series.

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