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Gr. 8 Muscle Label Chart
Label the Muscles in their numbers listed
Name: _____________________
Class: ________________
on the side of the page
Fontalis—Trapezius—Deltoid—Pectoralis Major—Triceps—Biceps—
Latissimus DorsiAbdominal Muscles—Gluteus Maximus—
Bicepts Femorius (hamstrings)
Rectus Femorus—Sartorius -(Quads) - Gastrocnemius—Achilles Tendon
Label the skeleton with the
word box
names at the
bottom of the
page.
Gr. 8 Bone Chart Label
Name _____________________________
Class ___________________
Write in the name
of the bone beside
the number listed
below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
Cranium—Clavicle—Mandible—Scapula—Sternum—Rib—Humerus—Vertebra—Radius—Pelvis
Sacrum—Ulna—Carpals—Metacarpals—Phalanges—Femur—Patella—Tibia—Fibula—Tarsals—Metatarsals
Major Muscles and Bones - Grade 8
Name _______________________ Homeroom____________
Muscles are used to help us do different things everyday. They help protect our bones and
organs. Look at your diagrams of the bones and muscles to answer the following questions.
1) Name 3 bones and the major muscles that protect them. (6 marks)
Bone __________________ Muscle ________________________
Bone __________________ Muscle ________________________
Bone __________________ Muscle ________________________
2) Name a muscle that crosses the elbow joint and list one of the primary actions that
take place across the elbow joint. (2 marks)
3) Name a muscle that crosses the shoulder joint and list one of the primary actions that
take place across the shoulder joint. (2 marks)
Major Muscles and Bones - Grade 8
There are 10 major muscle groups in the body, each with a
primary action. Each of these primary actions (that take place
when the muscles contract) affect a joint in the body.
Muscle
Joint
Biceps
Elbow
Primary Action
Triceps
Extension
Pectorals
Adduction / Abbduction
Abdominals
Flexion
Quadriceps
Knee
Hamstrings
Knee
Deltoids
Adduction / Abbduction
Trapezius
Extension
Latissimus Dorsi
Spinal Column
Hip Flexors
Flexion
Examples:
The primary action of the bicep muscle is flexion of the
elbow.
The pectoral muscle's primary action is adduction of the
shoulder.