Preprimary students learned about organs, bones and their proper placement

New School Montessori preprimary students have been studying the human body. They began with extensive study of the bones, learning name and placement of the tibia, fibula, pelvis, clavicle, teeth and skull. The students enjoyed bending their bodies and representing those movements with Q-tips.

They also traced their bodies and cut and pasted the spinal cord and organs such as brain, heart, lungs, esophagus, stomach, intestines and spleen onto their paper bodies.

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