Bone-smacking fun!

October 2, 2008

School

Mr. Bone Jangles.

I didn’t paint that – a preschooler did from back in September.  It’s my tie-in to a crazy fun game – Whack-A-Bone!   I had fun playing it, and if your home or work environment can tolerate a voice incessantly chanting “Whack-a-bone, whack-a-bone,” maybe you’ll enjoy it, too. The best part about preschool is that I learn a smidgen about everything.  If you want to hone your knowledge of ulnas, fibias, sternums and the like, click here!  (Don’t click on the game logo that first pops up – wait for the skeleton game to load.  It takes about 10 seconds.)

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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5 Responses to “Bone-smacking fun!”

  1. Kitt Said on:

    That anatomically incorrect groin is a bit disturbing.

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  2. Brad Said on:

    Ha! I played this last night. I’m totally going to show it to our science teacher. Maybe she can spend a whole class period just letting the kids play this game. That would be the awesomist day ever.

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  3. Peggy Said on:

    A preschooler did that?!? It’s EXCELLENT!!!

    I used to work with kindergartens and they always drew a giant head with sticks coming out the sides of the head for arms & sticks out the chin for legs…so this preschooler must be a genius!!!

    LOVE the game….what a perfect October activity!!!

    Bones & bones & dry bones

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  4. Beth Said on:

    Did you notice in level one that the Skeleton is named Harold? Heh. I’m going to get my Harold to used this in his health class! 😀

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