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Human Anatomy: Learn All About the Human Body at InnerBody.com
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GetBodySmart - Human Anatomy and Physiology
A free website study guide review that uses interactive animations to help you learn online about anatomy and physiology, human anatomy, and the human body systems.

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  • Smart Lab

    SmartLab Toys Squishy Human Body

    Toy (Smart Lab)

    Rating (460 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Smart Lab

    Big hit for this homeschooling physician!

    This is a fantastic tool for a homeschool unit on the human body. I use it with my 6 and 4 year olds, but it is probably intended for 8-10 year olds. (I'm a physician trying to homeschool, and so my unit on the human body is probably far from typical!)If you don't homeschool, this is still worth having. Use it with your kids to review what they are covering in their lessons. (I believe that's technically called 'afterschooling'!) I don't think it would work well in a classroom, though. Way too small; it needs to be used with maybe 2-3 kids max at a time.I get it out for every lesson of our human body study. We look at the system we are studying, and it is a tremendous visual aid to understand the physiology.For example: Today we talked about respiration. The diaphragm can be tricky to explain, so I used this model. With the forceps I pushed the diaphragm piece up and down while making exaggerated sound effects. "What happens to the lungs... 5/5 Brandi Hyde (Texas) - See all my reviews, April 5, 2011

    Great idea, poorly constructed

    I wanted to love this, but I just couldn't because of the poor construction. The book is a great tool for introducing kids to the human body and it does so in a fun and conversational tone. The diagram of the organs was a big hit with my kids and they spent quite a bit of time matching them up to the poster. The organs themselves fascinate the kids with the squishy, not quite slimy feel. My biggest complaint is with the skull and clear plastic exterior. The skull on our body never clicked when closed, so it would constantly fall off after we attached the exterior pieces. And don't even get me started on trying to close the case around the body. Ours just never seemed to line up right. All of the bones, muscles, and hard plastic pieces are attached with these little (very bendable and breakable) plastic knobs that fit into holes. The bones and muscles don't always fit right and we have a hard time manuvering them. If we move them around too much all of the other various pieces start... 3/5 RyemsonRox (Golden Isles) - See all my reviews This review is from: SmartLab Toys Squishy Human Body (Toy) I wanted to love this, but I just couldn't because of the poor construction. The book is a great tool for introducing kids to the human body and it does so in a fun and conversational tone. The diagram of the organs was a big hit with my kids and they spent quite a bit of time matching them up to the poster. The organs themselves fascinate the kids with the squishy, not quite slimy feel. My biggest complaint is with the skull and clear plastic exterior. The skull on our body never clicked when closed, so it would constantly fall off after we attached the exterior pieces. And don't even get me started on trying to close the case around the body. Ours just never seemed to line up right. All of the bones, muscles, and hard plastic pieces are attached with these little (very bendable and breakable) plastic knobs that fit into holes. The bones and muscles don't always fit right and we have a hard time manuvering them. If we move them around too much all of the other various pieces start... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 13, 2012

    HUMAN BODY MODEL

    We bought this toy for our 4 1/2 year old grandson who is always asking questions about how his body works. The smile on his face when he opened this gift was priceless! There are many small parts included, but with adult assistance, he enjoyed taking the body parts out and examining them. The pieces are made of a very soft plastic that almost feels slimy, but isn't. The "touch" added to the mystery of the organs and generated many more questions...a very good learning toy! A chart is included, labeling the body parts for easy identification. The molded outer body is made of two pieces of see-through hard plastic that snaps together easily. (Lay the backside of the body on the table while you replace the body parts and then snap the frontside in place to hold everything together.) A fun, fact-filled book is also included - full of great pictures and facts that are fun to read. This toy was perfect for our inquisitive grandson who is able to safely play with small parts. TOY... 5/5 C. Barth (Oconomowoc, WI USA) - See all my reviews, December 26, 2008
    Great fun for children of all ages
    Fun and educational
    Take a tour of the human body from the inside out
    Look inside the book Watch what happens as a bite of pizza travels through your body
    More than just a toy and book, SmartLab products satisfy and engage a child's curiosity
    Each SmartLab package contains everything kids need to explore and understand the mysteries of science
    Performance and quality tested
    Science becomes an adventure


  • Young Scientist Club

    The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body

    Toy (Young Scientist Club)

    Rating (80 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Young Scientist Club

    Great Time

    5/5 Milton Wadams (New York) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body (Toy) My kids (all 3 of them) had a great time with this kit. They love the magic school bus books and show. This kit made the book come alive for them. They had so much fun. The huge poster and sticks were really interesting and the experiments kept their attention for hours (not the easiest thing to do with three boys especially at their ages, 6-11 years old!!!!). I would defiantly recommend this product for your own children or as gifts (that is what I am doing this year. I have a pair of nieces that will love this kit!!!). Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 27, 2007

    Excellent Resource

    5/5 Mom of Three (Missouri) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body (Toy) I purchased this to use with my homeschooled 6-year-old. She absolutely loved it and it really helped solidify what we were learning about in books. She liked charting her process on the huge poster cart and excitedly shared the results of the experiments with everyone. It has easy to follow directions and everything actually works! You could probably round up the materials in this kit for less money but the convenience of having everything in one place and the kid-friendly directions make this a keeper!! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 11, 2008

    Disappointing. Materials don't work. Not well thought out. Doesn't live up to reputation of Magic School Bus Books.

    I know from experience that boxed science kits often look more interesting in the package than in reality. I was hoping this wasn't the case with the Frizz since we love her so much. But unfortunately this was the case here too.Good.The huge (life size for my 6 yo dd!) body poster is pretty cool. It looks like something that will last for a while (though it did rip when we unfolded it). The body part stickers are pretty neat too. We haven't stuck them on the poster yet though. I'm just afraid that we won't be able to get them lined up exactly with the body part outlines and then my dd will be frustrated. If they were repositionable stickers I would be much less anxious.The instruction booklet is colorful and features the familiar characters which is nice. In theory, the topics should be interesting.Bad.Materials from home might not be readily available. Right off the bat you need chicken bones for experiment one. Not such... 3/5 Melissa (Lansing, MI) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body (Toy) I know from experience that boxed science kits often look more interesting in the package than in reality. I was hoping this wasn't the case with the Frizz since we love her so much. But unfortunately this was the case here too.Good.The huge (life size for my 6 yo dd!) body poster is pretty cool. It looks like something that will last for a while (though it did rip when we unfolded it). The body part stickers are pretty neat too. We haven't stuck them on the poster yet though. I'm just afraid that we won't be able to get them lined up exactly with the body part outlines and then my dd will be frustrated. If they were repositionable stickers I would be much less anxious.The instruction booklet is colorful and features the familiar characters which is nice. In theory, the topics should be interesting.Bad.Materials from home might not be readily available. Right off the bat you need chicken bones for experiment one. Not such... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 14, 2012
    List Price: $20.00
    Price: $15.93
    You Save: $4.07 (20%)
    Great hands on learning kit
    All kits are put on the market after it has passed the ulitmate test-approval by multiple teams of Young Scientists
    Heart rates, perform the iodine starch test, spin glitter, simulate synovial fluid, create a human body poster and much more
    Young Scientists bend bones, make joints, map taste buds, expand lungs, build a stethoscope, measure lung capacities
    Educational and fun for kids
    Mulitple award-winning science kits that make science fun, educational, and hands-on
    Kit comes with all supplies needed (except for common household items) and
    Ms. Frizzle from The Magic School Bus makes science an exhilarating experience
    A detailed manual with guidance for the parents that has been designed just like the famous books
    Encourages creative learning Kit has everything you need


  • Learning Resources

    Learning Resources Human Body Model

    Toy (Learning Resources)
    List Price: $21.99

    Winner of 3 awards
    Easy-to-assemble richly detailed miniature plastic model
    31-piece torso model includes: brain, skull, heart, rib cage, lungs, liver, stomach, pancreas, kidneys, intestines, spine, structural body parts, stand, Fact Guide, and photo-illustrated assembly instructions
    Ideal for ages 8+
    Explore the organs of the human body and their functions in this 3-D model
    Measures 41/2"H when assembled


  • John N. Hansen Co. Inc.

    I Learn The Human Body

    Toy (John N. Hansen Co. Inc.)
    List Price: $15.99
    Price: $15.49
    You Save: $0.50 (3%)

    For unlimited number of players
    For ages 5 years and above
    Discover the main organs and bones
    Helps children learn to name body parts
    Contents included: 4 puzzles and 1 frame


  • Hape

    Hape - Your Body - 5-Layer Wooden Puzzle, Girl

    Toy (Hape)
    List Price: $19.99
    Price: $16.99
    You Save: $3.00 (15%)

    A great educational activity at home or in the classroom
    Developed in Germany
    Bright colors
    Age-appropriate design
    Kids learn about the body by figuring out which layer goes first, second, third, and so on
    Each of the five layers focuses on a different system that exists within the human body (skeletal, respiratory and digestive, muscular, and integumentary/skin)


  • Forum Novelties, Inc.

    Simulated Body Parts ~ Heart 1/Pkg, Pkg/1

    Toy (Forum Novelties, Inc.)
    List Price: $11.99

    Remove and Reuse
    Completely Assembled
    Create Stunning Bloody Eye-Catching Displays
    Easy Installation
    Fake Blood (Not Include)


  • Juratoys

    Janod Body Magnet

    Toy (Juratoys)

    Box contains 18 cards, 76 body part magnets and 1 pointer stick
    Pick a card then build the muscular, skeleton, organ or skin to match
    Body cards come printed in 9 different languages to promote language development
    Perfect for ages 7 years and above
    Recommended for ages 7 years and older Body cards come printed in 9 different languages Box contains 18 cards, 76 magnets and 1 pointer stick Perfect for ages 7 years and above
    Great learning tool for understanding the human body and learning different body parts
    Box contains 18 cards, 76 magnets and 1 pointer stick
    Body cards come printed in 9 different languages


  • Distribution Solutions LLC

    Body Bingo Game

    Toy (Distribution Solutions LLC)

    Made in the USA
    Educational
    Ages 3 and Up


  • lvzun

    ONEDONE Severed Hand Scary Bloody Fake Human Body Parts Halloween Prop Cospaly

    Toy (lvzun)

    Package List: 1 X Bloody Hand
    Item Size: 22*10cm/8.7*3.9"
    Material: Soft Plastic
    Great for use in haunted houses and other Halloween displays
    Item Weight: Approx.62g


  • ESTO

    Fake Human Body Parts Severed [ Hand Cut Off Scary Bloody ] Halloween

    Apparel (ESTO)

    Bloody hand
    Material : Latex, PP cotton (inside)
    Long a broken arm
    Small broken leg, big broken leg
    Hand cut of four fingers


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