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| Grades PreK-5
Introduce students to the inner workings of their bodies with X-rays and MRIs. Explore the human body from the inside out. Encourage career oriented dramatic play as students pretend to be radiologists, doctors, and laboratory technicians.
Doll X-ray (10” x 16”)
Doll MRI (“10 x 16”)
Students enjoy wearing their bones on the outside with this realistic skeleton design printed on drawing paper. They learn how the bones in their bodies fit together, while being creative. Apron measures 26” x 12 1/2”.
Introduce students to the basic organs and systems of the human body. Unbutton the doll's chest to explore the organs inside the human body. Match the different organs to different body systems. Squeeze the heart, lungs and stomach to hear different sounds! Doll measures 18" tall and organs measure approximately 3 1/2".
Students learn how the organs of the body work together. Detailed images printed on paper aprons. Get students to color and decorate. Apron measures 26” x 12 1/2”.
| Grades 3-12
Tabletop, gender neutral torso is ideal for hands-on instruction of human anatomy for elementary and middle school students. Unit disassembles into 11 parts: a 2-part lung; a 2-part ear; a 2-part head; half brain; liver; stomach; and both large and small intestines. Compact, durable, plastic model is mounted on a sturdy plastic base. 19" tall (50 cm).
| Grades 4-12
Accurately illustrate a 16-base pair section of DNA with this hands-on building model. The backbone and the 4 bases display the shapes of the molecules in scale and depict the bonding between them. 25" x 9" x 9".
Brain Anatomy Model. Features cerebellum, frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes; corpus callosum, brain stem, hippocampus, ventricles, insula, corpus striatum, internal capsule, and lentiform nucleus. 31-Piece model measures 3 4/5"H when assembled.
| Grades K-8
Take your students on a tour of the human body! Illustrated animation cards depict the intricate details of body systems. Move the cards from side to side to observe the processes of various organs, from light entering the eye to blood flowing through the arteries, veins, and heart valves. Includes 10 cards 81/2" x 11" and Teacher's Guide.
| Grades 1-12
Sturdy, sensitive, single-head stethoscope enables students to listen to their heartbeats, check their pulses, and hear their stomachs digesting food. Durable, easy-to-assemble tool is a must for studying basic human anatomy.
| Grades 6-12
Enlarged views detail the 5 phases of mitosis. Includes cytoplasm nucleus, nucleolus, chromatic threads, centrioles, aster, spindle, chromosomes, and centromere. Activity Guide included. Measures 18" x 24".
| Grades K-5
A perfect beginners stethoscope!. Let students hear their own heartbeat. Sturdy enough to withstand classroom use. Grades PreK+
Biomedical engineering is the fastest growing engineering field. From designing life-saving medical devices to high-performance athletic gear, these engineers improve people's lives every day. This book explores the creative ways biomedical engineers help diagnose, treat, and prevent problems found in human body systems. Real-life examples make learning about the engineering design process interesting for readers. Practical, hands-on activities help readers to understand scientific and engineering principles. Paperback
Detailed, accurate, multi-piece models show students a close-up, layered view of the important systems of the human body. Easy-to-assemble model includes a display stand and teacher's guide with facts and assembly instructions. Models measure 3 1/2" to 4 1/2" tall (skeleton measures 9 1/4").
Students get hands-on experience with this easy-to-use pumping heart model. The model emphasizes heart and pulmonary blood flow using water and a hand pump. Students will see how oxygen is exchanged as the heart and lungs work together. Measures approximately 12"L x 11"W x 5"D.
Clearly labeled heart chamber, main artery, veins and lungs.
Heart Pumping Model
| Grades 1-5
An entertaining game that strengthens students' knowledge of the organs in the human body!. Features questions about the structure, function, and location of different body parts to reinforce students' knowledge of human anatomy. Two levels of play cover major tissues and organs. For 2 to 4 players. Grades 1-5.
| Grades 5-12
Helps explain individual human characteristics and genetic differences. Visualization and understanding of meiotic cell division are promoted through enlarged views of chromosomes, cytoplasm, and chromatic and polar bodies. Activity Guide included. Measures 18" x 24".
| Grades 2-12
Human Heart Model. Economical, soft foam cross-sections are realistically detailed. Printed with vocabulary terms on one side and with letters on the other side for quizzing. Activity Guide features reproducible diagrams and anatomy facts. Features aorta, pulmonary artery, left & right atrium, inferior & superior vena cava, tricuspid valve, pulmonary valve, aortic valve, mitral valve and left ventricle. Measures 5"L.
| Grades 1-8
Assemble the models in whole-class demonstration to visually support students learning about the skeletal system. Realistic skeleton set features textured 3-D pieces that feel like real bones. Includes 15 pieces detailing the major bones of the human body and an activity guide with blackline masters. Measures 3'H when assembled.
15 skeleton pieces
From fungi to human physiology, build your microscope slide library with this wide array of top-quality prepared slides!. Microscope prepared slides include: cheek smear, ciliated epithelium, transitional epithelium, hyaline cartilage, developing long bone, ground bone, spinal cord, artery and vein, spleen, white skin, lung, tongue and taste buds, salivary gland, fundic stomach, intestine (3 regions), pancreas, liver, testis, ovary, parathyroid, human blood, striated muscle, cardiac muscle, adrenal gland, and thyroid gland.
| Grades 1-6
Learn about proper dental hygiene and teeth identification with this large model!. Students learn to identify specific teeth and proper dental hygiene with this larger-than-life denture model that measures 7 1/5" x 9 1/5" x 4 4/5". Set includes a giant, 13" toothbrush for classroom demonstrations.
| Grades 5-9
Illustrated write-on/wipe-off chart is visually appealing, engaging, and easy-to-use. Perfect for use with the entire class, small groups, or students working independently. Topics include ChromosomesGenes, DNA, From DNA to Protein, DNA Transcription: DNA to RNA, Translation: RNA to Protein, and more! Measures 18" x 12".
Colorful 5" foam model of a human tooth includes one side labeled with parts of the tooth and the other labeled for a quiz. Labeled parts are: Enamel, Dentin, Pulp, Cementum, nerves, and blood vessels. Includes Activity Guide. Grades 2 and up.
| Grades PreK-3
Students learn about the important bones and organs in the body using full-size, colorful MRI scans. Includes 20 scans to complete a 5' scan of the entire body along with 2 overlays that reveal more details of internal organs.
Heart Anatomy Model. Features superior and inferior venae cavae, right and left atria, tricuspid valve, right and left ventricles, pulmonary artery, mitral valve, aortic valve, and aorta. Opens when assembled so students can explore from the inside. 29-Piece model measures 5"H when assembled.
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