Learning about Our Bodies

Did you know we have more bones as a baby than we do as adults? And that the smallest bone in the body is located in your ear?

The Bones Show for Kids is a hands-on, interactive and educational incursion. It harnesses the curiosity of children to teach them about the human body.  The Show is suitable for kindergarten through to early primary school years, with the show tailored to the specific audience age and level of understanding.

The Bones Show for Kids encourages active participation and during the session we will have lots of fun while we:

  • Learn all about our own bodies and bones
  • See a model skeleton
  • Match animals to their skeletons
  • Find out what happens if a bone breaks
  • Learn how to look after our own bones
  • Help children explore and develop their observations
  • See a real bone (dependent on cultural and religious sensitivities)
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The Bones Show for Kids encourages active participation and during the session we will have lots of fun while we:

  • Learn all about our own bodies and bones
  • See a model skeleton
  • Match animals to their skeletons
  • Find out what happens if a bone breaks
  • Learn how to look after our own bones
  • Help children explore and develop their observations
  • See a real bone (dependent on cultural and religious sensitivities)
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The Bones Show for Kids works within the VEYLDF and AUSVels (Foundation and Grade 1 Science- Biological Sciences).  The Show is adapted to suit the children’s age and development; with simpler concepts and language used for kindergarten children while additional depth and added information for early primary school years.

Harnessing the natural curiousity of preschool and early school aged children to teach them about the human body.