Making human bones with cardboard can be an interesting project.You can try it when you teach kids the human skeleton system or Halloween decorations.Human bones are made up of 206 bones that together form the frame of our body.
Print the skeleton profile using a computer, printer, and standard print paper.(There is a link under the resource to the output of the skeleton print.) If you want a larger skeleton or want to make it yourself, draw a skeleton using the print out as a guide.
Stick the drawing on a piece of cardboard.You can use any type of glue, but the glue stick works best.Do it for an hour or two.Cut off different bones.You don't need to cut each bone off, but try to make at least 10 pieces.
Start with the skull, ribs, pelvis, femur, ruler, femur, Shin, hand and foot.If you want to make more pieces by removing a single phalanx and spine, you can do so.Punch holes where all joints go.There should be holes in the knees, elbows, ankles, wrists, neck and wherever you need to connect the bones.
Fix the bone at the joint with paper fasteners.If you are not sure where the bones are going, please refer to the print output as a guide