Preprimary teacher Colleen Blumer encouraged kindergartners to draw a skeleton and to learn the names of the bones by consulting books, models and posters. They discussed the importance of having a skeletal structure and how muscles, nerves, tendons and ligaments all work together to help them move. They then set about the task of drawing what they’d learned. Colleen encouraged them to break it down to things they knew how to draw already. Colleen asked, “Can you draw a circle? Can you draw a straight line? Then you can draw a skeleton.” Students were surprised to see how connecting lines and circles could result in a picture of a skeleton. And just in time for Halloween!