The skeletal system by paloma demetrio and lluvia rojas, 8th period

The skeletal system makes up the structure of our body. The skeletal system allows us to move and it stores minerals such as calcium and phosphorous. Our skeletal system also protects our internal organs,it also provides blood cells.

The major organs of the skeletal system are the bones, ligaments, tendons, and cartilages. The skeletal system also interacts with the nervous system. The bones provide calcium which is important so that the nervous system can function. Our skull protects our brain from injuries. The vertebrae protects the spinal injuries, and the brain regulates the position of our bones by controlling our muscles.

The nervous system

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