Funny Bones

Date: 7th Oct 2015 @ 9:40pm

We have been learning some super facts to help Dr Bones put those silly skeletons back together haven't we?

Can any of you remember some of the fantastic facts about the human skeleton?

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Jack Hiett wrote:

Your bones help you to stand up.

Noah wrote:

And help you move

Natasha ikin wrote:

And we have up to 300 bones in our body

Jack Lawrie wrote:

when you stand up you yous around 300 muscles

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Natasha Jack L Marcus wrote:

Did you know that calcium makes your bones strong?

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Jack Proudlove wrote:

The cranium is the scentific name for the skull.

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Aimee,Amandine and Sophie wrote:

Your joints help you move your fingers,elbows,knees and pelvis.Your bones help you stand up.Calcium makes your bones strong.

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Emily cragg wrote:

There are 300 bones in a child's body and 206 in a adults body.

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Clara Platt 3S wrote:

I have a fact a about the skeleton.
The femur is the longest and strongest bone in the body.

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Lauren wrote:

There are 206 bones in your body.

Natasha ikin wrote:

Just an adults body lauren

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Clara Platt 3S wrote:

I have a fact a about the skeleton.
The femur is the longest and strongest bone in the body.

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Clara Platt 3S wrote:

I have a fact a about the skeleton.
The femur is the longest and strongest bone in the body.

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Lauren wrote:

There are 206 bones in your body.

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Finnley wrote:

A clavicle is a coller bone. P.S I Iike bones.

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Reece,Noah and Matthew wrote:

Did you know ? Your femur (thigh bone) is the longest and strongest bone in your body.

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Reece,Noah and Matthew wrote:

Did you know ? Your femur (thigh bone) is the longest and strongest bone in your body.

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Phoebe cousins wrote:

I agree

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You have 206 bones and children has 300 wrote:

Aimee wrote:

Who wrote this fact?

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Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

Sunken
Sunken is an adjective and it means have sunk or been submerged in water.

Mrs Spreadbury wrote:

Daniel, you could put this word into the Weekly Word Wizard box tomorrow.

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

OK then

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

I can't think of anymore words. RRRRh

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

Can you miss Sperbury!!!

Natasha ikin wrote:

I can Daniel there's so many

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Olivia Davidson wrote:

I think funny bones was alot of fun ps shake your pelvis like elvis

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Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

I have a fact for you miss Sperbury. Did you know they are 300 bones in you body

From Daniel Jackson

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Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

Did you know your clavicle is a smarter name then skul.

P.S
I love you teaching us about skeletons

From Daniel Jackson

Mrs Spreadbury wrote:

Clavicle = collar bone
Cranium = skull

Natasha ikin wrote:

And pelvis and shoulder blades

Natasha ikin wrote:

And pelvis and shoulder blades

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Mrs Spreadbury wrote:

Thank you for all of your replies 3S - you are wonderful children!

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

I know what you are thinking about all the feedbacks

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Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

Facts about a human skeleton
The brain uses over a quarter of the oxygen used by the human body. You hart beats around 10000 times a day,3650000 times a year and over a billion times if you live beyond 30. Red blood cells carry oxygen around the body. The colour of a humans skin is determined by the level of pigment melanin that the body produce. Adults lungs have a surface area of around 70 square metres! Humans have a stage of sleep that featured rapid eye movement. Most adults have 32 teeth. The smallest bone found in the human body is located to the middle ear and it is called the stirrup. Your nose and ears continue growing through your hole in tire life. Infans blink once or twice a minute and I a minute an adult would blink 10 times. As well as having unique fingerprints,humans also have unique tongue prints

Cameron Taylor 1v wrote:

If you break a bone in your leg you could fall over a couple of times.

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Matthew wrote:

A carry cot is a light cot and with handles.

From Matthew Jackson โ˜บ

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joseph wrote:

appantly you have more joints in your body than bones

Aimee wrote:

No!You have more bones in your body then joints.

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phoebe cousins wrote:

mrs Spredbury i love your teaching this year about funny bones.
Ps. your the funniest teacher ever.

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

True she is the best teacher ever

Natasha ikin wrote:

Yeah she is a very good teacher
Xx

Cameron Taylor 1v wrote:

If you dont have teeth you will choke.

Cameron Taylor 1v wrote:

If you dont have teeth you will choke.

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Phoebe cousins wrote:

Wow Daniel that is a big fact.

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

I was up to 12.00 doing that

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

Have you read it

Phoebe cousins wrote:

I have It was amazing

Daniel Jackson 3S wrote:

Do you like it ๐Ÿ’–

Phoebe cousins wrote:

Yes I really like it๐Ÿ˜ป

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joseph wrote:

your scul por tects your bran.

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oliver wrote:

Bones allow you to stand, sit, run, play, and twist yourself up like a pretzel.

Lauren Morris 3s wrote:

I agree with Oliver

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oliver badurek wrote:

Don't touch the baby's head! When you were a baby, your skull was a bun of soft elastic membranes called fontanels (fon-tan-ELZ).

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Natasha wrote:

Did you know that there are up to three hundred bones in a child's body?

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Damiel Jackson 3S wrote:

This is my poem for the homework

Please Mrs Butler
This boy Derek Drew
Keeps copying my work, Miss.
What shall I do?

Go and sit in the hall, dear.
Go and sit in the sink.
Take your books on the roof, my lamb.
Do whatever you think.

Please Mrs Butler
This boy Derek Drew
Keeps taking my rubber, Miss.
What shall I do?

Keep it in your hand, dear.
Hide it up your vest.
Swallow it if you like, my love.
Do what you think is best.

Please Mrs Butler
This boy Derek Drew
Keeps calling me rude names, miss.
What shall I do?

Lock yourself in the cupboard, dear.
Run away to sea.
Do whatever you can, my flower.
But donโ€™t ask me.

I am going to remember the part

Go and sit in the hall, dear.
Go and sit in the sink.
Take your books on the roof, my lamb.
Do whatever you think

Natasha ikin wrote:

I liked the poem Daniel
Xxxxx

Aimee wrote:

That is a great poem Daniel.๐Ÿ˜€

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Matthew Jackson wrote:

Roses are red
Violets are blue
If you love me
Then show me that that love is true

I am going to remember the part
Roses are red
Violets are blue

Natasha ikin wrote:

That's an awesome poem Matthew

Natasha ikin wrote:

That's an awesome poem Matthew

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oliver badurek wrote:

Your body absorbs nutrients like a sponge soaks up water, Suger molecules are like small drops of water, whereas proteins and starches are like large puddles. It takes less time for your body to absorb the smaller suger molecule. this causes a "suger rush" because your body has absorbed a lot of energy quickly. but energy from suger is also used up quickly. when your energy is low, you get tired. the energy you get from proteins and starches is absorbed more slowly, so it lasts longer and you do not get tired as quickly.

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Amandine Wyatt wrote:

Your femur is your longest and strongest bone.

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Phoebe cousins wrote:

Joseph what is a bran?

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Sophie wrote:

Your bones are there so your not a big floppy bag Did you know there are more bones in a child there are 206 bones in an audult and there are 300 in a child .

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Natasha ikin wrote:

Did you know that there are up to 300 bones in a adults body.

Noah wrote:

There are actually 206 bones in a adult body ๐Ÿ˜Ž ๐Ÿฏโšก๏ธโญ๏ธ

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Jack lawrie wrote:

When you stand up you yous 300 muscles

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Cameron Taylor 1v wrote:

Our bones help us to move.

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Cameron Taylor 1v wrote:

The bodys billions of cells demand a non stop oxygen supply to keep them alive to satisfy this demand the heart pumps oxygen rich blood out to the tissues seventy times a minute or more if you are exercising in a two stage process first the blood picks up its oxygen supply in the lungs then it travels round the body unloading oxygen as it goes.

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Cameron Taylor 1v wrote:

Did you know oxygen comes from trees.

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Isabella 3s wrote:

Did you know when your a baby you have 300 bones?

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