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Rainbow Price: $5.95
A perfect introduction to the human body for a primary child! In this book, the body is explained, literally, piece by piece, as children add body parts to their own body outline! The book is full of reproducible handouts and patterns that tell you what the part of the body does and what color to make the organ. First you should explain the functions of the body part to start out your study. Then you cut, paste, and follow directions to place the body part correctly on each child's traced body outline. I would recommend only covering one or two body parts in a day. Then there are instructions on how to turn the explanation sheets into a small booklet that they children can keep! With the help of this book, your children will be introduced to the brain, heart, kidneys, bladder, cells, spleen, pancreas, gall bladder, reproductive organs, skeleton, muscles, stomach, intestines, liver, lungs, skin, eyes, nose, ears, tongue, and face. A "personal" approach to studying the human body! 40 pgs, pb. - elise
Rainbow Price: $14.95
Turn your smart phone into a microscope and have some science fun. This microscope is simple to attach – just clip it on your phone, turn on your camera and view any little thing. The kit includes a small microscope with LED light, universal mount with focusing ring, filter adapter, 4 filters, slide with 3 specimens, carrying case, and activity book. There are 20 activities that guide you through looking at a $5 bill, the pixels of an LCD image, snapping photos through light filters, and much more. I popped this on my iPhone and took pictures of the eye of George Washington on the dollar bill, a picture of my skin (very cool), and a video recording of an ant. The pictures will be as good as your phone photos – zoom capabilities really depend upon your phone's capabilities. They are called smart phones for a reason, and now you are able to connect to a microscopic world with a single touch.
Rainbow Price: $24.99
Oh. My. Goodness. This is a safe, creative, unplugged, original, open-ended and just a cool concept! Inside the box are 8 plastic, hinged plates with clothing shapes inside. Youâ€™ll create a perforated pattern on your paper. Insert paper, then put the plate into the press and crank the handle. The press pushes the top & bottom plate to make a perforated piece of clothing you easily punch out. No cutting blades included. While sharp enough to perforate, they will not hurt skin. Plates have a nice variety of clothing shapes: dresses, tops, pants, skirts, hats, etc. Cut a dress to make 2 pieces or a top down the middle to make a jacket! There are 50 white sheets (6â€x 9â€) with models on them. The female shapes are a little curvy, but certainly not voluptuous, and have a nice variety of hair and faces. You also get 50 sheets of patterned paper to get you started. You could also use scrapbook paper you may already have! Paper with a lighter weight than card stock seems to work best. A glue stick (1 included) is all you need to add the clothing to the model pages. This would make an amazing gift for a creative or fashion-focused child! Outfit options are only limited by your creativity. ~ Sara
Rainbow Price: $12.95
Back in the day, my brother and I loved to wear coonskin caps like Davy Crockett while we pretended to blaze trails in the wild frontier. This realistic replica lets you carry on the tradition in style—no trapping or skinning required! This raccoon tail cap is made from faux fur with a tail firmly attached to the back. It might be a bit large for your littlest explorers, but of course they will grow into it. Don't get caught trying to "grin a bear" without one! –Chad