Topics about the human body are interesting for students because they are curious and want to understand how their body functions and an activity like this usually generates lots of questions. The video provides a great explanation of how bones, tendons, and muscles work together to allow for motion in our hands and arms. Making a model hand is a fun activity for students to really understand the mechanics of a hand. The template of the model finger is simple and easy, if a printer is not accessible, try loading the template onto a document with rulers and an adult can help determine the measurements and draw a template. Other ways to make a hand model is with cardboard or foam sheets, tracing the student’s hand and using segmented straws as the bones and string for ligaments and tendons; similar idea to the activity in the video.