Learn how the heart is put together!
Every day it pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood through over 60,000 miles of arteries, veins, and capillaries, creating enough pressure to squirt blood up to 30 feet, yet we know so little about the physical structure of the heart.
When our four oldest studied Emergency Medical Training, they remarked on how complex were the ways the human heart works and how difficult it was to grasp these intricacies with mere textbooks. So when our initial shipment of hearts arrived, our children immediately gifted their instructors with them.
Basic but Precise Understanding
Now, future EMT students can more easily comprehend this marvelous design. The Heart Puzzle has been designed, developed, and produced to provide both children and pre-med students a basic but precise knowledge of the atria and ventricles, as well as detailing the superior vena cava, aortic arch, mitral and tricuspid valves, and the septum. Studying a highly-detailed, miniature medical model is helpful; building one is even more effective and results in eager learners.
The Heart Puzzle consists of thirty-one finely-detailed, hand-painted pieces and includes an instruction brochure that has a detailed glossary of parts and their functions. Because small pieces could pose a choking hazard, the Heart Puzzle is recommended for children ages eight and up; stand is included.
About 3-D Puzzles:
Enthusiasts of these startlingly lifelike puzzles are multiplying rapidly and it is no wonder why. These ingenious, museum-quality puzzles have been highly recognized for their authenticated look, meticulous finishing, and fastidious painting.
Originally sold as 4-D Puzzles, the fourth "D" denoting the "detailed" aspect to the three-dimensional puzzles, not only is the company undergoing exponential growth but so are the knockoffs. Don't settle for the cheaper versions, they will cause your child nothing but grief.
Each one of these puzzles can be put together and pulled back apart countless times, which is perfect for families with many children. They do contain small parts that can be a choking hazard for younger children, but children six years and older will spend hours learning while doing.
Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2016 Eleventh-Grade Curriculum Kit!