Inside of the human body is a fascinating world of scientific research and riveting discoveries. Human skeleton is such a heavy-duty part, real base of this inner world! The realistic looking Human Skeleton Model by Learning Resources is an excellent science toy introducing the anatomy of the human body to the children. Learn the names of the main skeleton parts and their place in our body. The skeleton model set features skull, rib cage, humerus, spinal column, radius, ulna, hand, pelvis, femur, tibia, fibula, foot and partial circulatory system. Your children will find about the look and the function of each of these body parts assembling the 3-D skeleton model and reading the enclosed anatomy fact guide. This 41 piece plastic Human Skeleton Model from the Educational Toys Planet comes with a display stand.
Rating: 4Good for classroom by Donna, PA It's exactly what I wanted/needed for my Human Body class.
Rating: 4 by Cynthia, ME It's smaller than I thought it would be.
Rating: 5 by Elly, NJ This skeleton model is fairly small, so it's easier to store, but harder to put together by the little fingers. It looks very realistic and accurate. Not all 206 bones come apart, just the major ones, but I see this as an advantage: I hope this will help this model to last longer. My 4 year old anatomy lover can’t put the skeleton together by himself, but it’s not surprising – the toy is oriented for older kids. Nevertheless, touching the bones, rearranging them on the tray as I help to put it together, seeing how bones work, trying to figure out where they should be located – is an excellent learning experience. Red markings of muscles – are really useless, but ability to open and close the jaws – was an instant hit!
Rating: 4 by Jeannie, VA
Rating: 4 by James D., CO Good visible model for classroom and small study groups.
Rating: 4 by Maria, WA It is a good toy skeleton to assemble with the child. The quality is Ok.
Rating: 4 by Nancy, VA
Rating: 4 by Judith, CO It seems to be anatomically correct - however it was a lot easier to put together than I had anticipated.