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Learning Resources Human Skeleton Model

3.3 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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  • Teaches children parts of the body
  • Realistically detailed pieces
  • Easy-to-build
  • Includes photo-illustrated instructions
  • Comes with display stand

Specifications for this item
Brand Name Learning Resources (UK Direct Account)
Ean 0765023033373 , 0079281839456
Is Assembly Required? true
Item Weight 180 grams
Model Number LER3337
Part Number LER3337
UPC 079281839456 , 765023033373
Warranty Description Not Applicable

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.4 x 17 x 5.6 cm ; 181 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
  • Item model number: LER3337
  • ASIN: B0012OELRG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 Jan. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,355 in Business, Industry & Science (See Top 100 in Business, Industry & Science)
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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Product Description

Learning Resources Skeleton Model. This best-selling Skeleton Model from Learning Resources helps children gain a deeper insight to the workings of the skeleton and the human body. Children learn as they build the model using the step-by-step photo illustrated assembly instructions. Included is a display stand and guide which features anatomy facts. This plastic model is realistically detailed and measures 23 cm H. Suitable for ages 8+. Your young scientist can manipulative the inner workings of the human body as they build these models, each realistically detailed with parts that can be removed, observed and fitted back into their correct positions in the body. An excellent resource for home or classroom learning.

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not suitable for children under 36 months - choking hazard

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I ordered this skeleton for my advanced level English students.Prompt arrival but disappointing contents.One of the pieces was broken,the stand is not stable and the students,although all over the age of 12,found it quite tricky to assemble.Probably not overpriced but still a disappointment.We are using it now as an ornament.
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Great activity
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This is, rather inaccurately, catalogued as a toy. In reality, it is a pretty good pint-sized model of the type you remember from biology class. Good quality materials, nicely coloured, good representation of the human skeleton, accurate fit of parts. Some people will enjoy the 'puzzle' aspect, i.e. working out the proper assembly sequence and method, and racing against the clock to get it done, but most will simply leave the finished item on display on a desk or in a student bedroom. I feel the 1 star review also given here is unfair, because with a bit of effort the buyer could have avoided what ultimately was a purchaser error rather than a trade description inaccuracy. As far as price goes, anatomical models generally don't come as cheap as an Airfix kit, and against that backdrop this entire series offers good value for money for teenagers or adults. Not suitable for kids, in my opinion, not so much because of the subject matter but simply because these are NOT toys.
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I felt I should review this product because its had a few bad reviews. For the money it is an excellent educational tool. That is really what its for, to help you with basic skeleton anatomy, it is not a toy suitable for young children. Mine arrived within two days of ordering, is fairly easy to put together and stays together. So if you want a cheap basic skeleton to help you learn anatomy this is great (if you forgive that the hands are slightly incorrect, the thumb is wrong). Oh and by the way the blue and red bits are nerves and muscles.
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I have bought this to study anatomy. Its pretty detailed for a small toy that he is. If you have a bit of imagination and you are aware of its limiations then its a great anatomy tool.
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I've been looking for a proper desktop sized skeleton model (not the 80cm ones, it doesn't sound like a lot but if you think of it, 100cm is a meter, suddenly it seems a bit big for a desk!) and this one I must say is the absolute perfect size to sit on a desk. Also, for its size this skeleton is wonderfully detailed and about 90% accurate I'd say- the extra fingers instead of thumbs is the biggest flaw and I think it's unnecessary.

I bought it to help me be better able to visualise the skeleton as I study anatomy for art purposes; the fact that you assemble the skeleton yourself (well, I had to break it apart to assemble it really, they'd done a lot of it for you for display purposes) is actually a great way to help you gain a better understanding of how the pieces fit together and move together.

However, it seems that the more you fiddle around with assembling/disassembling the skeleton, the more frail it becomes. As I said, I had to break apart the skeleton to really have a go at assembling it myself, and once I'd done that it was never as solid as it was beforehand (and I don't think I was too rough with pulling it apart either). It's the same with the stand, the holder slides down the pole a lot and the skeleton either slides forwards off of the stand or his legs buckle and he tumbles down.

Overall I think this is a great study aid, it's probably best to build it and leave it that way but it's nice to know that I can pull it apart if I need help understanding how things connect.
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my daughter used it in her classroom, she found it really useful.
The children thought it was fun as well.
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Detailed and interesting but smaller than I thought it would be, this made it fiddly for my son. Difficult to stand on mount without bits falling off.
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