Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Why bones are important to our body
Bones are important to our body, because they help us move and be able to lift up things. If we all didn't have bones, we'd all be like jelly and just so so weak. Also, bones can protect our internal organs . . . for example, like the skull protecting the brain. Also, bones are important, because without them, we won't even be able to hear. Bones also produces blood for us in our body. They also keep our entire body "in structure".