NCERT - 6 - Science :: Body Movements

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[Contributor- Lakshmi Seetharaman ]

Objective:To teach the children about body movements in human beings and animals and the use of bones and muscles for their movements.

Subtopics to be covered:

  1. Various joints in our body (Ball and socket joints, Pivotal joints, Hinge and fixed joints)
  2. Skeleton, skull and muscles
  3. Movement of animals (eg. Earthworm, snail, cockroach, fish, birds and snakes)

Learning Outcome:

  1. Students know about various types of bones and joints in our body that help us to move in different ways.
  2. They know that skeleton is bones a framework of bones that give shape to our body and the skull is made of many bones joined together to protect very important parts of the body, the brain and other internal organs.
  3. Students get to know movements of various animals.

[Contributor - Kripa S]

(Source -Bodhaguru) (Hindi - Human body bones) (Hindi - Joints in human body) (Hindi - muscles in human body)

[Contributors - Arshea Bimal, Kripa S]

1. Take a long scale. Place the scale on your arm in such a way that the elbow is in the middle of the scale. Ask your friend to tie the scale to your arm. Try bending your arm now. Is it possible ? If not, why is it so?

2.Think of a earthworm (kenchua) and snail(ghongha) kept on a glass plate. Imagine how these animals reach from one place to another. What is the difference between man and the movement of these animals? Do they have bones in their body?

3. Think and tell which joints give this body movement

a) moving hand front to back

b) moving head up and down

c) moving wrist up and down

d) moving arm up and down

e) moving entire leg up and down

[Contributor - Reshav Dey]

Term Transliterated Term Translated Term
Backbone बैकबोन रीड की हड्डी
Ball and Socket Joint बॉल एंड सॉकेट जॉइंट कन्दुक उलूखल संधि
Cartilage कार्टिलेज उपास्थि
Fixed Joint फिक्स्ड जॉइंट निश्चित संयुक्त
Animals Gait एनिमल्स गेट जानवरों की चाल
Hinge Joint हिन्ज जॉइंट कब्जे
Muscle मसल मांसपेशी
Outer Skeleton आउटर स्केलेटन बाहरी कंकाल
Pelvic Bones पेल्विक बोन्स पैल्विक हड्डियों
Pivotal Joint पीवोतल जॉइंट निर्णायक संयुक्त
Rib Cage रिब केज पंजर
Shoulder Bones शोल्डर बोन्स कंधे की हड्डियां
Skeleton स्केलेटन कंकाल
Cavity कैविटी गुहिका
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Anonymous user #1

72 months ago
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very good videos to explain the lesson

Anonymous user #2

60 months ago
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It is very nice for me
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