Worksheet on Facts about Our Body

Worksheet on facts about our body contains the various types of questions on bones of our skeleton.

Read the concept to answers the questions on facts about our body.

1. Aaron falls down in the playground and hurts himself. The doctor says Aaron may have broken a bone in his leg. How can he find out?

(i) By taking an X-ray.

(ii) By shining a torch on Aaron's leg.

(iii) By just feeling Aaron’s leg.

(iv) By checking whether Aaron can walk or not.

2. How does your skin help you? helps food break up into small parts.

B. It covers your body and protects you.

C. It helps you to feel.

D. It helps carry blood to all parts.

(i) Only B and C

(ii) B, C and D  

(iii) A, B and C                               

(iv) Only C

3. Fill in the blanks using words from this list:

bones, energy, lungs, muscles, heart, touch, joint, skin, backbone, skull, ribs, blood.

(i) We stand up straight because we have a ____________.

(ii) Our ____________ pumps ____________ to every part of my body.

(iii) The food we eat gives us ____________ to move around.

(iv) When we breathe in, our ____________ take in air get bigger.

(v) Our ____________ form a cage which protects our ____________ and ____________.

(vi) Our brain is protected by our ____________. 

(vii) Each finger on our hand has three ____________.

(viii) Where two bones meet, there is a ____________.

(ix) Bones need ____________ in order to move.

(x) When we ____________ this page, our ____________ tells us it is smooth.

4. Put a tick (√) against the correct sentences and mark the others wrong (X).

(i) The bones of the skeleton give my body its shape.

(ii) The rib cage protects the skull.

(iii) The lungs take in carbon dioxide from the air when we breathe in.

(iv) A joint is a place where two bones meet.

(v) I can only bend my body at the joints.

(vi) Muscles help the bones to move.

(vii) The skin helps us find out if a stone is smooth or rough.

Check the answers of the worksheet on facts about our body:


1. (i) By taking an X-ray.

2. (i) Only B and C

3. (i) backbone

(ii) heart, blood

(iii) energy

(iv) lungs

(v) ribs, heart, lungs

(vi) skull

(vii) bones

(viii) joint

(ix) muscles

(x) touch, skin

4. (i) √

(ii) X

(iii) X

(iv) √

(v) √.

(vi) √

(vii) √

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