Busy Bones is a terrific site from Arizona State University. You'll find a virtual lab where you can dissect bones, a virtual bone microscope, bone experiments you can try out, and a complete skeleton viewer. You can even find out how bones fracture and heal, and learn from a forensic scientist about how bones can help solve mysteries.
At Bone Biology for Kids, you'll find answers to any questions you might have about bones.
At this Skeletal System Study Jam from Scholastic, watch the slide show and then try the quiz.
Compare human skeletons to those of other animals at eskeletons, an interactive site from the University of Texas.
Learn more details about each of the major bones in your body with this Interactive Skeleton.
With this colorful interactive from DK Find Out, learn more about the skeleton, the skull, the spine, and what the bones are made of. See pictures of the different joints in your body and how they work. Then take the Skeleton and Bone Quiz to find out how much you know.
Discover some "boney" facts from our Australian friends at Child and Youth Health.
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