Lacey says, “The book gives the scientific names of the bones and the students are working on memorizing and identifying all the bones named properly and – let me tell you – that is hard. Proximal, carpal, phalange, metacarpal, scaphoid, hamate and tricky words like that – for third and fourth graders. Truthfully, I had my doubts as we waded through the words and read the rhymes together and I have been tempted to not have Piper and Otto memorize these bone names. But each lesson I have been surprised at their desire to recite all the names to me, to hold up their hands and identify proximal and distal bones and to learn their correct spelling that I just keep moving along, page by page.”
Read more of her review at So Every Day.