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4D Stomach and Organs Anatomy Puzzle
4D Stomach and Organs Anatomy Puzzle

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Our Price: $20.50
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Ages: 8+

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Product Code: 268-212

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Keep Your Tummies Healthy and Happy
The 4-D Stomach and Organs Puzzle is a perfect starting place for your children to understand how to keep their tummies healthy and happy. Doctors claim most folks know next to nothing about how their stomach and digestive tract operate.

How Much Do Your Children Know About the Digestive System?
Do your children know that the major part of the digestive process does not take place in the stomach, and that the adult stomach rarely changes in size? Everything from the way your brains work to how well you sleep at night begins in your gut. It is important for all of us to appreciate how our digestive system works.

Medical School Quality Model
With the 4-D Stomach and Organs Puzzle your children will see how their own food travels through their bodies. They can see the various layers that make up this vital organ, even down to the capillaries that collect their nutrients. Each hand-painted 4-D Stomach is approximately half the size of an adult stomach and is medical school quality. Explanation booklet is included.

  • 5-inch model
  • 12 detachable parts
  • Display stand included
  • Hand painted parts are medical education quality
  • Illustrated assembly guide and description of the anatomy along with some fun Q&A

    CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.

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      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
    great to pass around model December 23, 2014
    Reviewer: John P.  
    great to pass around model in class so the kids can see inside of stomach and duodenum. Stand does not work well

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