I printed out the skeleton on cardstock and then added a colored dot on every place that needed labeling to act as as a visual cue. I then created labels using my label maker for simplicity, but of course you can just write them directly on the print out, on blank labels, or your could get creative and even make your own magnet labels for repeated use.
The kids matched up the labels using an answer key and generally had a great time! I have been reinforcing the bone names with Owen especially whenever we pass through the kitchen and it usually ends in tickling, giggles, and lots of hugs. :) "Where is Owen's frontal bone? Where is Mommy's patella?" and so on. The only downside is that the refrigerator is a dangerous place to hang paper in regards to spills and things, but I don't intend for it to last forever so I didn't bother laminating it. Overall, it's been a super project and we are having fun solidifying their knowledge of the bones. Give it a try with your kids!