Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/34

Click to flip

34 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
3-1
If you have good posture, what should be in a straight line?
ears, shoulders, waist, knees, and ankles
3-1
What is posture?
The way you hold your body when you sit, stand, or move about
3-1
After sitting for long periods of time, why should you occasionally stand up and stretch?
It improves circulation and keeps you alert
3-1
Why are your bones hard?
because of the minerals they contain
3-1
What is important to remember when you are sitting and lean toward your work?
to bend from your hips so that your back stays straight
3-1
Phalanges
Toe bones
Finger bones
3-1
What is the correct way to lean when sitting?
Bend from your hips so your back stays straight.
3-1
Why is it important to have good posture while you are young?
Your bones bend more easily now than they will when you are grown, and good posture helps your bones to grow strong and straight.
3-1
How can you avoid having flat feet?
Wear shoes that fit well, walk with your toes pointed straight ahead, get enough exercise and nourishing food to build strong bones and muscles.
3-1
How does good posture help your body?
It helps the body parts to work the way God designed them to work.
3-1
Why should you not cross your knees?
It causes poor circulation and throws your body off balance.
3-1
Why poor posture make you more tired?
A lack of oxygen and poor circulation caused by poor posture can make your body work harder.
3-1
What is the correct way to sit?
Sit back with your hips touching the back of the chair, your shoulders pulled back, and your back straight.
3-1
Name two other rules for building strong, straight bones.
Eat the right kinds of food; spend time outside in the sunshine; get plenty of exercise; practice good posture.
3-1
What is the correct way to point your toes when walking?
Straight ahead, instead of outward or inward
3-1
What is the difference between Vertebra and Vertebrae?
The backbone is made up of 26 small bones called vertebrae; each bone in the backbone is called a vertebra.
3-1
What is the correct way to stand?
Stand tall (head--up; feet--a few inches apart with your toes pointed straight ahead and your weight on the balls of your feet; shoulders--back; back--straight; abdomen--in; chest--up; arms--relaxed at your sides
3-1
How many bones are in your body?
206
3-1
Femur
Thigh bone
3-1
patella

Kneecap
3-1
Why does god want us to take care of the body He has given us?
He wants us to be happy and energetic as we serve Him; He wants us to be alert.
3-1
What is the strong framework of your body?
Skeleton
3-1
Vertebrae
Backbone
3-1
Ribs
Bones that protect internal organs.
3-1
Scapula

Shoulder blade
3-1
Sternum
Breastbone
3-1
Are your bones living?
Yes
3-1
What are the bones of the fingers and toes?
Phalanges
3-1
Humerus
Upper-arm bone
3-1
Clavicle
Collarbone
3-1
Skull
Bone that protects the head
3-1
Why is drinking milk important for building strong bones?
It contains calcium and important minerals the bones need.
3-1
The backbone is made up of how many bones?
26
3-1
What is the name of each bone in the backbone?
vertebra