Ear Anatomy model: – what the inside of your Ear looks like – Learn all about it with this 4 dimensional model. Also includes illustrated assembly guide and description of the anatomy along with some fun Q and A to test your knowledge. It’s a great challenge to put them together; you will be satisfied when finished. This ear model is a great gift for the anatomy students or anyone who is interested in human ear’s structure.
Busy hands build strong minds! Learn about Human Ear with this fun 4D puzzle! Model has a transparent cutaway to show internal organs and structure. Challenge your critical thought and mental acuity. Build dexterity, fine motor skills and problem solving skills. Reinforce learning through hands-on exploration!
Famemaster 4D-Vision Human Ear Anatomy Model Kids will love learning about the Human Ear. 28 fully detachable parts 5.6″. Shows internal Structure, including bones and tendons. Includes display stand and illustrated guide. Ages 8 and up.
Are they a puzzle or a model? While we’re still not sure which application will provide the most enjoyment, we absolutely love these detailed, reasonably priced anatomy models that you can put together, take apart, and build again! Each model is made up of approximately 30 pieces (although some may already be assembled in the packaging) and each stands about 5″ tall. The pieces are all painted realistically, include small display stands, and come with very basic assembly guides. The heart model features four “doors” that swing out and allow you to see the inside chambers of the heart, while the eye model comes complete with all the muscles that hold the eyeball in place and the lacrimal gland too. The head model shows one side of the head with muscle, and one side of the head with bone, while the skull shows how the brain fits inside the skull and the spinal cord as well. The human body (torso) model features removable organs, a segment of the spinal cord and back muscles, removable ribs and a bisected head for a look at several body systems. The ear model depicts the inner, outer and middle ear.