The first thing we did was count how many bones we have in our fingers. Then, we talked about the difference between the motion in our thumb and the motion in our other four fingers.
The second thing we checked out was what makes our fingers move. We learnt that tendons connect muscle to bone.
A chicken's foot is very similar to a human leg; both are made up of many different cells, tissues, and organs.
By conducting this investigation we found out that by pulling tendons we can see a chicken's toes moving just like in our own hands!
The experience was great, we learnt through touch and investigation.