Transcript: oh hello again an elephant skeleton a weird skeleton an ant eater skeleton ha ha ha behave and pay attention skeletons a frog skeleton a snake skeleton peekaboo the human skeleton a dinosaur skeleton hello BY enjoy the skeletons learn please a fly skeleton a bear skeleton
Transcript: It holds the body structure and how the human looks. It also keeps all 206 bones together. Like one gigantic bone that helps the individual bones. What role does it play in whole functioning? Why is the skeleton important to know about? Why is the skeleton essential for life? How does it function? THE SKELETON by: Raya Petry, Julio Almanza, Cortlyn Washington, and Keondre Morgan What is a skeleton? The skeleton is apart of the whole body, it kind of is the tool that keeps all 206 of our individual bones together. A skeleton is a gigantic bone that makes up the human body. Everyone has a skeleton. It's important because it is apart of everybody and they need to know about they need to know about the body parts that make them a human. It provides support for all the tissues. It's the protection for the body. If u die, the skeleton is the only thing that doesn't decay with the rest of the body. What part of the body is it? It helps the body stand and keep the body together. It is able to move around so that our individual bones can go to use. Like it is now so that we can type all of this stuff to inform you about.
Transcript: MUSCLES GABRIELLE ALYSSA I will show you some pictures This is called a muscles there are some names TRICEP AND BICEP Today we are going to learn about muscles thank you for watching
Transcript: Skeletons of our body and other Mamals The similarities between the whale skull and the human skull is that they both have teeth. The difference is, their shaped differently. The similarities between the cat skull and the human skull is that they both have big eye sockets. The diffrences between the two skulls is that one has sharp teeth and the other one dose not. The similarities of the two is that they both have teeth. The differences between them are that the wolfs teeth are sharper than the humans teeth. The similarities between the two is that they both have noses. The differences between them is that the dogs skull is different shaped(the skull). The similarities is that they both have a jaw that they can move. The differences between the two are that the tigers mouth can open wider. cat human dog human tiger whale wolf human human human
Transcript: You can see skeletons anywhere you look. Skeletons are the theme of Day of the Dead. In fact, skeleton sugar skulls are used to decorate graves on the first day of Day of the Dead Where are the skeletons seen? How are they used? They are used as decorations for parades, grave stones, and art. Skeletons are also used because of their death like theme in general. Skeletons Why are they used? Matthew Ryder, Jet Turner, Nathaniel Beard, Rival Axselle They are used in many ways. One of the most popular ways they are used is sugar skulls. Which are used to decorate gravestones of dead loved ones. They are also used in many parades and paintings. They symbolize dead family members and friends. There will usually be skeletons beside portraits of dead loved ones. What do they symbolize?
Transcript: The nature of nightmares Movies & Dialogue ANGRY SEX Scars Physical manifestations of emotional turmoil... or however else one describes a really bad day PART E & other things in storage A Creative Nonfiction Project by Sarah-Wonder Agbehia TRANSFORMANDOLO NERO METAMORPHOSIS (and other things that happen in the bathroom) If you can't get rid of a skeleton in your closet, best to teach it to dance. George Bernard Shaw Skeletons
Transcript: FONTS WHY DO WE NEED BONES THE IMPORTANT BONES Skull protects your brain. Femur is the longest bone in our body. Backbone protects our spinal cord. Pelvis protects the kidneys. Ribcage protects the heart and the lungs. SKELETONS Bones are very important without bones we will flop like a beanbag.
Transcript: Skeletons Our Body's Foundation Skeletons are made of Bones Human skeleton Bone Fun Fact !!! This bone is the femur the largest bone in the body bone tissue bone cell Why do we have Bones? Our body's foundation is the skeleton. It holds us up and helps us keep our shape. If we did not have bones we would be a blob. How many bones do we have? Adult: 206 Baby: 275 Why do the young have more? The young have more bones since children are growing.Part of growing is when bones fuse together Analogy Our body is like a building. Buildings have frames which are like a skeleton. Some systems in the human body rely on other systems such as The Muscular System relies on the skeletal system The muscular system relies on the skeletal system because... Tendons connect bones to Muscle Ligaments are muscles that connect bone to bone Bones are great But with some flaws One flaw is bones can BREAK!! For example... Arm Humerus Ulna Raduis Hand Carpals Metacarpals Phalanges Broken bones can sever other tissues Tendons and Ligaments can get broken or torn by broken bone when broken bones are in a cast for weeks you don't use your muscles which can cause muscle atrophy Another flaw is that people can get Arthritis Arthritis is inflamation in one or more joints which will cause pain Arthritis is when cartilage breaks down Cartilage! Arthritis can affect the whole body by reducing mobility and forcing dependence on others Thank you for watching! these could be effected if you breack a bone Tendons are musles that connect bone to muscles It relys on skeletal system because... Cartilage is a very flexable bone which helps our bones to not rub together. ligaments are muscles that conect bone to bone Theres more than bones in the skeleton
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