Skeletons in the Closet™ Game
Item # LER 3331
Ages 7+
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Put an exciting new spin on learning the names, location and relationships of the major bones in the human body. First player to assemble a skeleton in the closet wins.

Bones are labeled for identification. Six challenging games with varying levels of difficulty.

Includes 50 True/False Fun Bone Facts, 10 milk cartons, 30 closet cards, closet box, four plastic skeleton models, four skeleton boards, game guide and spinner.

For 2–4 players.
  • 2005 Parents Choice Approved Award
  • The Great American Toy Test (2005)
  • Teachers' Choice Award for the Family (2005)

 

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Skeletons in the Closet™ Game
 
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4.0

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By 3rd Grade Teacher

from Winston-Salem, NC

About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Teacher

Pros

  • Educational
  • Engaging
  • Interactive
  • Lots of Fun

Cons

  • Flimsy
  • Pieces break easily
  • Poor Design

Best Uses

  • Entertainment
  • Indoor
  • Older Children

Comments about Skeletons in the Closet™ Game:

I used the game to teach the joints and bones of the human body. I love the skeletons, but their design breaks easily. My students never really played the game; partly because we don't have the time required to complete the game correctly. This was fine with me. Basically my students were learning what I wanted by putting the skeletons together. The skeletons are very easily broken. The pieces are small and need to be handled gently. I wish I could just by the skeletons. I lbought the game at a teacher supply store.

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