STEM class

During our STEM class this week, we delved into the study of the human body, specifically focusing on the skeleton. Using X-ray images, we analyzed the structure and organization of human bones. To further enhance our understanding, we engaged in a hands-on activity where we cut and glued bone images to reconstruct the skeleton. While some children chose to follow a guide image of the skeleton, others put their own creative spin on it and organized the bones in slightly different arrangements.

Some of the most intriguing questions that arose during our exploration of the human skeleton were: Which bone is the strongest? Did any of us break any bones? How can we differentiate the bones of the left hand from those of the right hand? Could we still walk if one of our leg bones was missing? How did people manage to create X-ray images?

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