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EnchantedLearning.com Human Skeleton Animal Printouts Label Me! Printouts The human skeleton consists of 206 bones. We are actually born with more bones (about 300), but many fuse together as a child grows up. These bones support your body and allow you to move. Bones contain a lot of calcium (an element found in milk, broccoli, and other foods). Bones manufacture blood cells and store important minerals. The longest bone in our bodies is the femur (thigh bone). The smallest bone is the stirr
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  EnchantedLearning.com  Human Skeleton  Animal Printouts   Label Me! Printouts   The human skeleton consists of 206 bones. We are actually born with more bones (about 300), but manyfuse together as a child grows up. These bones supportyour body and allow you to move. Bones contain a lot of  calcium (an element found in milk, broccoli, and otherfoods). Bones manufacture blood cells and storeimportant minerals.The longest bone in our bodies is the femur (thighbone). The smallest bone is the stirrup bone inside theear.Each hand has 26 bones in it. Your nose and ears arenot made of bone; they are made of cartilage, a flexiblesubstance that is not as hard as bone. Joints : Bones are connected to other bones at joints.There are many different types of joints, including: fixed joints (such as in the skull, which consists of manybones), hinged joints (such as in the fingers and toes),and ball-and-socket joints (such as the shoulders andhips). Differences in males and females : Males and females have slightly different skeletons, including adifferent elbow angle. Males have slightly thicker and longer legs and arms; females have a widerpelvis and a larger space within the pelvis, through which babies travel when they are born.   Cariñosa (Spanish pronunciation:  [ka ɾ  i ˈɲ osa] ,meaning the loving or affectionate one) is a Philippine danceof Hispanic srcin from the Maria Clara suite of Philippine folk dances, where the fan or handkerchief plays an   instrumental role as it places the couple in romance scenario. History and Emergence as a national folk dance The dance was srcinated in the Panay Islands on the Visayan Islands and it was introduced by the Spaniards during their colonization of the Philippines.It is related to some of the Spanish dances like the bolero and the Mexican dance Jarabe Tapatio or the Mexican Hat Dance.  Bicolano Cariñosa According to the book of Francisca Reyes-Aquino, Philippine Folk Dances,Volume 2, there is a different version of the dance in the region of Bicol. In the Bicol Region Carinosa, hide and seek movement is different. In the srcinal version, thedancers used the Fan and handkerchief as the way to do the hide and seek movement, in Bicol they used twohandkerchiefs holding the two corners of the handkerchief and doing the hide and seek movement as they point their footforward and their hands go upward together with their handkerchiefs following the movement. It is a complicated stephowever it is still used in Bicol Region region during festivals and social gatherings. Costumes Originally Carinosa was danced with Maria Clara dress and Barong Tagalog for it is a Maria Clara Spanish Dance when it is introduced. However as the Filipino people saw and imitated this dance, they wore the patadyong kimona and camisade chino to reveal their love as a Filipino and other steps was revised to make it more Filipino but the music did notchange at all and reveals a Spanish Influence to theFilipinos.As listed by the book of F.R. Aquino dancers may wear balintawak style (a native dress of the Tagalog regions), camisa (a white sleeve) or patadyong kimona ( a dress of the Visayan of people)and for boys a barong Tagalog and colored pants. Because it is a national dance,the dancers may wear any Filipino costumes.  Music The music of Carinosa shows a great Spanish influence to the Filipinos. It is 3/4 in rhythm like some of the Spanishdances. The Philippine Origin Cariñosa (Spanish pronunciation: [ka ɾ iˈ ɲ osa], meaning the loving or affectionate one) is a Philippine dance of Hispanicsrcin from the Maria Clara suite of Philippine folk dances, where the fan or handkerchief plays an instrumental role as itplaces the couple in romance scenario. Music The music of Carinosa shows a great Spanish influence to the Filipinos. It is 3/4 in rhythm like some of   the Spanish dances.The Philippine Rondalla are playing this music of the dance where it is an ensemble or   an orchestra of string instruments in the Philippinessimilar to the Spanish musicians in Spain that   comprises bandurrias, mandolins, guitar, basses, drums,and banjos.Mostly men are playing rondalla instruments but   women may also take part.   
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