What do you know about your very own skeleton?


What do you know about your very own skeleton?

About This Quiz

The human body is a fascinating thing: it's full of wonders and natural secrets that are only ever revealed if we become in some way dissected. That's best avoided, of course. But we never get to see our skeletons and we take them for granted. But how much do you actually know about the workings of the human body? These questions are on the syllabus for 10th graders - how much do you know and could you beat your kids at this challenging, educational quiz?

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Mike Heath

Mike Heath

Mike has an MA in Creative Writing and is a full-time copywriter, yoga teacher, and playwright. His copywriting has taken him to dizzy heights: writing in every conceivable niche from facts about carpet slippers to portents about artificial intelligence and how to overcome plantar fasciitis (look it up) to fabulous home decor. Mike is a UK-based playwright whose work has been performed all around the world (as long as you count the UK and Western Australia). His work is available on Amazon, and you can listen to his podcast where he talks about playwriting with his sarcastic co-presenter. He runs the WriteForTheStage courses and you can follow him on @Write4TheStage (Twitter) and @_mike_heath_ on Instagram.

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