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  • MATTHEW FOX: Hi, I'm Matthew.

  • ELMO: And Elmo is Elmo.

  • MATTHEW FOX: And we're here to tell you all

  • about the word bones.

  • ELMO: Yes, bones.

  • MATTHEW FOX: Now, bones are what are under your skin.

  • ELMO: Oh, but does Mr. Matthew mean Elmo has

  • bones under his fur?

  • MATTHEW FOX: Sure, we all have bones.

  • Bones help support your whole body.

  • ELMO: Oh, but does that mean Elmo has bones in his arms?

  • MATTHEW FOX: Yeah, an arm bone.

  • ELMO: Oh, how about his leg?

  • MATTHEW FOX: Yes, we have leg bones.

  • ELMO: Well, how about Elmo's neck?

  • MATTHEW FOX: Oh, yeah.

  • We have neck bones too.

  • You see, bones are all over your body.

  • And they look like this.

  • BONE: Hey, what do you call two scoops of

  • chocolate on a fibula?

  • An ice cream bone.

  • Get it?

  • A fibula is a bone, ice cream bone.

  • ELMO: What kind of bone is that?

  • MATTHEW FOX: A funny bone.

  • ALL: Bones!

MATTHEW FOX: Hi, I'm Matthew.

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