Human Skeleton Model 180cm
Human skeleton is used to support the body’s soft tissues and protects vital organs
the study of bones is called osteology. Although the number of bones in adult skeletal system is often reported to be 206.For convenience of the study, the skeleton is divided into the skull, the bones of trunk and the bones of limbs, bones are classified into four groups, according to their shapes: long bones, short bones, flat bones, and irregular bones. It is the ideal model for basic human anatomy. Made of washable and unbreakable PVC Plastic，Size：180cm
There are a number of ways for students to make a model of a human skeleton, including building a skeleton out of pasta, cutting the pieces of the skeleton out of paper plates and attaching them with twine, building a skeleton model of Q-Tips or sewing a skeleton pin cushion. More advanced students may wish to use materials such as paper mache built around objects such as sticks, straws and balloons to make a model of a human skeleton.
Creating a human skeleton model for students, or letting them create their own, offers a hands-on approach to learning the human skeletal system. Use familiar, easy-to-manipulate items for younger students and more advanced materials for older students for appropriate grade-level instruction. Build several large, classroom models in cooperative-learning groups or have each student construct his own model to display in the classroom or hallway.
The human skeletal system, the internal skeleton serves as a framework for the body, is one of the most difficult body components to study and observe. Human skeleton models and diagrams are the primary teaching tools used to teach students and patients. When it comes to choosing the right human skeleton model it is important to familiarize yourself with the skeletal system.The skeleton consists of bones, cartilage, joints, and ligaments. Humans are born with approximately 350 bones. As they grow, some bones fuse together over time to form a single bone. As a result, adults have 206 individual bones.