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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Ms. Musich. Jeopardy. Bones and Joints continued. Name that Bone. Just Joints. Skeleton Functions. Healthy Bones. Grab Bag. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400.

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THIS

IS

Jeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Ms. Musich


Jeopardy

Bones and Joints continued

Name that Bone

Just Joints

Skeleton Functions

Healthy Bones

Grab Bag

100

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200

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500


What is the scientific name for these?

A 100


Phalanges

A 100


What is the scientific name for the hipbone?

A 200


Pelvis

A 200


This bone is also known as your shoulder blade.

A 300


Scapula

A 300


Which of the two bones in your forearm follow your pinky?

A 400


Ulna

A 400


Name all 3 types of bones found in your foot.

A 500


Tarsals, Metatarsals, & Phalanges

A 500


What is a gliding joint?

B 100


A joint where two bones slide over one another.

Ex. wrists and ankles

B 100


These joints are found in your skull and sternum.

B 200


Immovable

B 200


Which joint allows for extensive forward OR backward motion?

B 300


Hinge Joint

B 300


Name two places where you have ball-and-socket joints.

B 400


Shoulder & Hip

B 400


The vertebrae in your neck are examples of which type of joint?

B 500


Pivot Joint

B 500


What does the first P in PEPSI stand for?

C 100


Provides structure and support

C 100


What does the E in PEPSI stand for?

C 200


Enables you to move

C 200


What does the 2nd P in PEPSI stand for?

C 300


Produces red blood cells

C 300


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C 400


What does the S in PEPSI stand for?

C 400


Stores certain materials until your body needs them

C 400


What does the I in PEPSI stand for?

C 500


Internal organs protected

C 500


What’s the common name for the clavicle?

D 100


The collarbone

D 100


Which joint allows for the greatest range of movement?

D 200


Ball-and-socket joint

D 200


The scientific name for the breastbone is the…

D 300


Sternum

D 300


Which joint allows for movement in one direction only?

D 400


Hinge

D 400


Your cranium exemplifies which of the 5 functions?

D 500


Internal organs protected

D 500


Name two general ways to keep your bones healthy.

E 100


Eat a balanced diet and exercise!

E 100


How does cartilage help your joints?

E 200


Cushions your joints so they don’t rub up against each other

E 200


Name three types of exercise that would benefit your bones.

E 300


Any kinds of sports, walking, jogging, aerobics, etc.

E 300


A break in a bone is called a…

E 400


Fracture

E 400


Name two minerals that are necessary for strong bones.

E 500


Phosphorus & Calcium

E 500


How many bones are there in an adult human skeleton?

F 100


206

F 100


What is the longest bone in the human body?

F 200


Femur

F 200


A strong connective tissue that holds joints together is called…

F 300


A ligament

F 300


Name the two types of marrow and their functions

F 400


Red – produces red blood cells

Yellow – stores fat for energy

F 400


How many bones are babies born with?

F 500


275

F 500


The Final Jeopardy Category is:

BONES

Please record your wager.

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The roof of the skull is formed from how many bones?

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Four

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Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!

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