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  • Item #: 018417
    Retail: $12.99
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    Don't just learn the pieces of a human body - put one together for yourself! This high-quality floor puzzle contains 100 pieces, and when completed, is 4' tall. It's double-sided, with the skeletal system portrayed on one side and the major organs and blood vessels portrayed on the other, in bright, eye-catching colors. Major bones and structures are labeled with a number and identified at the bottom of the puzzle. The pieces are made of heavy-duty cardboard, which the manufacturer claims is 20% thicker than that of other puzzles, and have an easy-to-clean surface, which is always a plus to something lying on the floor of a busy household!

  • Item #: 009706
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  • Item #: 004575
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    Designed for the younger children in your family, this 24 jumbo-piece puzzle is perfect for little hands. Puzzle pieces measure approximately 6-8" in length and are made of sturdy cardboard, slightly thicker than the Human Anatomy Floor Puzzle from Melissa and Doug (#18147) for older children. Fully and realistically illustrated, this double-sided puzzle contains skeletal structure on one side and organs/blood vessels on the other. Major bones and organs/vessels are labeled. Completed puzzle measures 4 ft. in length. Cardboard box includes carrying handle for easy portability. ~ Deanne
  • Item #: 023496
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  • Item #: 002613
    ISBN: 9780486241388
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    Coloring books help you to concentrate on a subject. This Dover book contains scientifically accurate renderings of the body organs and major systems for you to color while you study. It has a surprising amount of detail for an inexpensive book. Divided into 11 different sections, it covers all major body systems. Diagrams of systems are divided into numbered sections like color-by-number pictures. A chart lists the name of each body part and what color to use. A good, low-cost starter on anatomy.

  • Item #: 011918
    ISBN: 9780486472874
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    Put together a human skeleton from head to toe. Contains 29 labeled, reusable bone stickers to be matched up to the full body skeleton. Skeleton measures approximately 16" x 11".

  • Item #: 065223
    ISBN: 9781626864900
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  • Item #: 029848
    ISBN: 9781626864894
    Retail: $19.95
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      This adorable set is a great way for your children to be introduced to human anatomy. The 28 page, oversized book (7.5x14.2”) takes your child on a journey through each part of the human body – Bony Frame, muscles (On the Move), respiratory system (Deep Breath), Blood Flow, Beating Heart, digestive system (Eating), Liver & Kidneys, Brain, Nervous System, Seeing & Hearing, and Skin & Hair. Cute, animated illustrations have a lot of kid-appeal, as they learn about their body. A glossary provides a list of words with definitions that may be new to young students.

      The larger, thick puzzle pieces (28) assemble to make a 38-inch floor puzzle of the human body. Even better, the unique way the pieces fit together allow you to move the limbs. Children can learn to identify the parts on their puzzle, as they read their way through the book. Pieces can be stored in the box attached to the back of the book. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 020004
    ISBN: 9780486215952
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    Popping squares, receding circles, impossibilities - all are visual illusions. Does the cube go in or out? Is the line straight or curved? Precise and elaborate designs are unbelievable when colored!

  • Item #: 020003
    ISBN: 9780486283302
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    Bring imaginative and inventive coloring to a selection of dazzlingly deceptive designs with Escher-like pictorial qualities. Optical illusions are always fun to look at; coloring the masterly, mind-bending illusions in this book adds an extra dimension of challenge and enjoyment.

  • Item #: 010735
    ISBN: 9781908973634
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  • Item #: 003129
    ISBN: 9781570576034
    Retail: $29.99
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    A fun introduction to anatomy for the young. There are five different games and two different levels of play (two different card sets) - or just use the vinyl peel-and-stick plastic body parts and Some Body boards as puzzles to familiarize children with the locations of body parts. Up to four may play. A favorite game of Mark, our science editor!

  • Item #: 068241
    ISBN: 9781544623078
    Retail: $9.99
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     The Student Workbook is a vital component to this course and works with either version: Secular or Christian Worldview. The 2 worksheets per lesson contain a mix of fill in the blank questions, matching exercises and puzzles. Not reproducible, each child will need their own copy. 

  • Item #: 036435
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  • Item #: 046935
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  • Item #: 031734
    ISBN: 9780486490847
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    Ever seem like all the good anatomy coloring books are for older students? Not this series! Designed for elementary anatomy learners, these Dover coloring books are detailed, but large and perfect for coloring with fine-point markers or colored pencils. Tidbits of information are placed within the drawing or given in little square bubbles with an arrow pointing to the section being covered. My First Book about the Brain contains 25 detailed illustrations to color that provide clear explanations of scientifically-accurate facets of the body's most complex organ, the brain. These books are a perfect complement to any elementary study of the human body! 30 pgs, pb. – Jess/Deanne

  • Item #: 022323
    ISBN: 9780486448138
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  • Item #: 020027
    ISBN: 9780762440733
    Retail: $12.95
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    This is a great introduction to the human body and its systems. You'll remember more using this right-left brain approach as you color the pictures of the systems while you read about the body. The book uses selected drawings from the med school classic, with various parts of each drawing identified. The detailed drawings are included on the right-hand page, with text on the opposite page describing how the parts function and where they are located. The text is simple and shares essential details so students from middle school to high school will understand the basics of how the body works. Skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, digestive, and reproductive systems are all covered in a basic and easy to understand way. 128 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 020007
    ISBN: 9780486279985
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    In terms of numbers, distribution and long-term survival, insects are probably the most successful of all animals. Entomologists estimate there are over two million living species, many unidentified. This volume captures the astonishing diversity of size, shape and coloration in the insect world in precise, carefully researched depictions of 44 species: elephant stag beetle, common earwig, giant desert scorpion, walkingstick, tiger beetle, giant desert tarantula, fiery searcher, locust, borer, black widow spider, bombadier beetle, human flea, silverfish, pleasing fungus beetle and 30 more. Enjoy hours of coloring while learning about insect anatomy, camouflage, habitat and life.

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  • Item #: 004228
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  • Item #: 001051
    ISBN: 9781884377075
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    This is a workbook designed to be used with Prudence and the Millers. A lesson in this workbook corresponds to each chapter in the book. As you join the Miller children you will learn about health, safety, and courtesy from the Bible and from real-life experiences. You will gain a basic understanding of the parts and systems of the human body, as well as how to keep them healthy as our Creator intended. Each lesson expands on what the Miller children learned and provides review questions to ensure children are paying attention. The lessons may include word puzzles, true or false questions, fill in the blanks, or writing essays.

  • Item #: 073413
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  • Item #: 070368
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  • Item #: 068546
    ISBN: 9781634529723
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     Auditory, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Integumentary, Muscular, Nervous, Respiratory, Skeletal and Urinary systems are illustrated with identified purpose and interesting fact.

  • Item #: 047919
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  • Item #: 046937
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  • Item #: 045002
    ISBN: 9780982537749
    Retail: $19.95
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    While I already knew that Ellen McHenry has a talent for making complicated topics fun and understandable for middle schoolers, I was impressed all over again when I saw this study on the brain. I mean, it seems manageable to teach chemistry to kids, but neurology? Things can get complicated when you start following nerve pathways across and through the brain! However, I was relieved to see that you don't need to be a brain surgeon to teach this course. The book has two parts – a student booklet and a teacher's section, both of which include reproducibles that you can copy for your own family or one classroom. The student booklet is at the core of the course, and includes all of the text and text-based activities. There are ten topical chapters in the booklet, plus "half-chapters" that end in .5 and cover "extras" that you could choose to cover or skip, depending on your interest and time available. The chapters cover the history of brain research, basic brain anatomy, the right and left sides of the brain, the parts of the brain and their functions, brain cells, neurons, learning and memory, the brain's connection to the body, sleep and brain doctors. Each chapter includes several pages of friendly, straight-forward text on the topic, augmented by black-and-white graphics and the little fingerprint guys you might recognize from the author's chemistry programs. Several review activities are provided at the end of each chapter. These are quite wide-ranging in format, so much so that I'm just going to have to give you specific examples! For instance, in the first chapter on brain research, the first activity asks students to research different brain scans on the internet and answer question about each, then read to find out more about Phineas Gage (the strangest story in brain research!), and finally, students complete a color-by-number "PET Scan." In the chapter about brain parts and functions you'll find a crossword puzzle to complete, a diagram to color the parts of the brain, and "The Brain Song" to listen to, which is available as a download on the author's website. Other fun activities include making a 9-square puzzle of connected neurons and using the right and left sides of your brain to complete specific challenges. An answer key is provided at the end of the student portion, and contains all of the answers to activities with specific answers. The teacher's section is primarily made up of more involved, hands-on activities. These are organized by corresponding chapter and include fun ideas like making a brain "hemisphere hat" using the reproducible patterns that show the different areas of the brain, doing an MRI on an orange, making a human neuronal network, building an edible neuron, and much, much more. I was very impressed with the hands-on activities overall; they are very creative! This would be a very fun curriculum to use with a co-op, or with several of your children at one time. I would recommend finding some good text resources on the brain, as the visuals are a bit limited here, and there may be topics you'll want to read more about, but I think the content and the activities here will definitely capture children's interest! Packaged in a 3-hole, looseleaf format (no longer includes CD; all digital files are available on the author's website). – Jess