No Bones About It-What Do We Need for Strong Bones?

Unit 3: Exploring Nutrition
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate the importance of calcium in bone development by participating in an experiment.

Big Idea: Helping students to understand the importance of calcium in their diet becomes a fun activity in this hands-on lesson.

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Science, Nutrition, inquiry, food, bone
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