Movement. Moving when we want to, the way we want to, and doing so without pain are things many of us take for granted. Sadly, there are millions who are very familiar with problems that plague the muscular system, limit movement, and often cause pain. This diseases of the muscular system notebooking research journal is a great way to help kids understand a little bit more about some of these diseases.
This post is part of the Human Body Notebooking Research Journals Series
The skeletal muscles are in charge of movement throughout your body, but some diseases interrupt what they were designed to do. This notebooking research journal helps kids learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of seven such diseases including cerebral palsy, fibromyalgia, muscle strain, muscular dystrophy, myasthenia gravis, tetanus, and a torn rotator cuff. By learning about what can go wrong with muscles, they can learn more about the jobs muscles do and what our bodies need to keep our muscles healthy. Don’t miss this free printable. Eight pages total.
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