Bone up

30th May 2003 at 01:00
If your primary classes aren't sure of the differences between bones and cartilages, ligaments and tendons or hinge joints and pivot joints, Oscar the helpful skeleton will help them find out. Healthy Bones is a pack of work sheets, information pages and ideas for activities. Children will enjoy learning that bones are alive and changing, that they can mend after they've been broken and that they can be strengthened by choosing the right foods.

Healthy Bones packs is pound;10 (incl. pamp;p) from the National Osteoporosis Society, Camerton, Bath BA2 0PJ

Tel: 01761 471771

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