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Bone organization

QuestionAnswer
The Bone under the chin that supports the tongue Hyoid
Think sssenter Sternum
Its c-shaped Rib
Triangle shaped Bone attached to the pelvis girdle Sacrum
Think jason derulo Coccyx
Shoulder blade Scapula
Its s-shaped Clavicle
Its hillarious because its flat on one end and has a ball on the other end Humerus
Think about the length of half a circle in math class Radius
Has a u-shaped end Ulna
Think mom's wrists are always going numb Carpals
Think middle, middle set of fingers Metacarpal
End of fingers and thumbs Phalanges
Think about a huge ear Hip bone
Think of a funny shaped ball Femur
Think thick twin Tibia
Think fine twin Fibula
Think about this bone as a karate serving table Patella
Think this bone is close to your toes Tarsal
Think of the middle, middle set of toes Metatarsals
End of toes Phalanges
Created by: Kalico2019