Show your class how bone tissue is structured with a model
Bone tissue is a highly specialised tissue made by bone cells called osteoblasts. Teach your students about its structure with our colourful model!
Download and print as many times as you want - forever at no extra cost!
Students first make their bone tissue using the colourful parts working alone or in small groups. They then use their model to identify the features of bone tissue. The model shows: compact bone, spongy bone, osteons, osteocytes, interstitial lamella, central canal, lamella, osteoclasts and the periosteum.
It can be printed in colour, or in mono on coloured or white paper.
Includes full colour Powerpoint class presentation!
Takes about 20 minutes to make the model.
Dimensions: 7cm x 7cm / 3in x 3in
Download includes: lesson guide, templates, Powerpoint file.
All you need: paper, scissors, tape
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