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Growth and Development of Bones

Ossification produces bones from softer structures. Bones grow from their epiphyseal plate.

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Investigation: Broken Bones
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Lesson includes a materials list, procedures (introduction and discussion questions, direct instruction and an activity that requires students to draw a cartoon strip), adaptation to have students create a visual time line of a healing bone, discussion questions, evaluation, a few extension activities, readings and additional links.
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