Step 1: Materials
- paper plates (mine were 6" diameter)
- twine (or yarn, or something else to tie the bones together)
Step 2: Cut
Tip: If you're worried about having symmetrical bones, try cutting out a template paper-snowflake style. Fold a plate in half and cut out the bone that way. Trace the folded plate template on the new plate, and you're good to go!
Step 3: Attach
Using your hole-punch, make a hole at each end of your bones (consult my end picture, if you need, for where to punch on the skull/ribs/hips ect). Tie together with twine.
Side note: My anatomy professors from my undergrad days would be so upset at the inaccuracy of this project. Perhaps a more anatomically correct version would be a fun project if someone's feeling ambitious...and has 206 paper plates lying around.