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The Skeletal System
Ms. Rasmussen
Physical Education
Grade 7
This presentation was adapted from Nemours ideas:
http://kids...
Think Quick
• What do you do everyday that requires
the use of your skeletal system?
The Function of Bones
• There are 3 major functions of the bones:
1. Allow the body to move
2. Protect vital organs
3. Pro...
Allows the Body to Move
• Muscles are attached to
bones.
• Muscles pull on bones so we
are able to move.
• Muscles wouldn’...
ProtectsVital Organs
• In order for your internal organs to stay healthy and functional,
they need to be protected.
• Bone...
Produces Blood Cells in Marrow
• When oxygen travels through the body, it is transported by red
blood cells which are made...
Think Quick
What do bones need in order to be
functional AND healthy?
Healthy and Strong Bones
• Bones need calcium to stay strong and functional.
• The best way for you to get more calcium in...
Exercises for Strong Bones
• There are 2 types of exercises for maintaining and building strong
bones
1.Weight bearing
- D...
Bones andYou
• It is important to
know where your
bones are and what
they do so that you
can be aware of
how to make them
...
Now get out there and exercise those bones!!
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  1. 1. The Skeletal System Ms. Rasmussen Physical Education Grade 7 This presentation was adapted from Nemours ideas: http://kidshealth.org/kid/ And National osteoporosis foundation: http://nof.org/exercise
  2. 2. Think Quick • What do you do everyday that requires the use of your skeletal system?
  3. 3. The Function of Bones • There are 3 major functions of the bones: 1. Allow the body to move 2. Protect vital organs 3. Produce blood cells in the marrow
  4. 4. Allows the Body to Move • Muscles are attached to bones. • Muscles pull on bones so we are able to move. • Muscles wouldn’t be able to move us and do their job without the help of bones.
  5. 5. ProtectsVital Organs • In order for your internal organs to stay healthy and functional, they need to be protected. • Bones are like body guards. • For example, the ribs help to protect organs such as your heart and lungs which are vital to survival.
  6. 6. Produces Blood Cells in Marrow • When oxygen travels through the body, it is transported by red blood cells which are made in the bones. • Oxygen is needed for us to survive.
  7. 7. Think Quick What do bones need in order to be functional AND healthy?
  8. 8. Healthy and Strong Bones • Bones need calcium to stay strong and functional. • The best way for you to get more calcium in your diet is by drinking more milk. • Exercise keeps your muscles strong which also keeps your bones in use. • Continuing to stay active will limit bone deterioration. • Participating in physical activity is linked to the growth of stringer bones.
  9. 9. Exercises for Strong Bones • There are 2 types of exercises for maintaining and building strong bones 1.Weight bearing - Dancing, hiking, jogging/running, tennis 2. Muscle-strengthening exercises - Lifting weights, exercise bands, weight machines, standing and lifting toes
  10. 10. Bones andYou • It is important to know where your bones are and what they do so that you can be aware of how to make them stronger and healthier for longer. • What can you do more of to make your bones happy and healthy?
  11. 11. Now get out there and exercise those bones!!

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