Learning Resources Human Skeleton Model
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- Teaches children parts of the body
- Realistically detailed pieces
- 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|
|UPC||079281839456 , 765023033373|
|Warranty Description||Not Applicable|
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
The children thought it was fun as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very fragile, not very accurate anatomically, elbow and shoulder didn't fit in.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very small, fragile and not a great educational tool, never mind to aid learning. Pretty poor in my opinion.Published 6 months ago by Georgia
Model very poorly made very small no information about bones not what I expected no worth money I have spentPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Got the item, very flimsy, one of the arms were broken but isn't able to be returned or message sellerPublished 8 months ago by Kirsty