Head Human Body Model Cross Section Soft Foam

CROSS SECTION HEAD - HUMAN BODY MODEL
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Head Human Body Model Cross Section Soft Foam
by Learning Resources

Ages 8 +
Grades 2 +

Explore the mysteries of human head with this cross-section foam model.

A great hands-on introduction to major organs and structures of the human head (including the ear), this model is ideal for teaching how the organs work together to help our body function.

Take a look inside this head for better understanding! Study the anatomy
of the human body and the senses with this 3–section model of the human
head.

  • Provides realistically rendered cross–sections of the head, including the brain, eye and ear canal

  • Supports self–checking and assessment with the option of viewing fully labeled or "key letter" labeled surfaces

  • Includes an Activity Guide containing anatomy facts, a take–home worksheet, and labeled diagrams of the head and ear

  • Durable foam head wipes clean and measures 7.75"H
     
    Explore the mysteries of human head with this cross-section foam model.
    A great hands-on introduction to major organs and structures of the human
    head (including the ear), this model is ideal for teaching how the organs work
    together to help our body function. Guide features detailed drawings, clearly
    labeled parts, definitions to key vocabulary, and interesting facts.

    Interesting Facts

    • The human skull contains 22 bones.

    • Your brain is more active and thinks more at night than during the day.

    • The brain stops growing at age 15, but learning never stops.

    • The spinal cord and nerves—known as the nervous system—let messages flow

    back and forth between the brain and the body.

    • We actually “see” with our brains; the eye is basically a camera.

    • The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.

    • The average person has 32 teeth.

    • Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never

    stop growing.

    • Your thumb is the same length as your nose

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