Human Anatomy Science Multipack
Human Anatomy Science Multipack has enough Science toys to learn few science concepts and build hands-on. The Human Anatomy Science Multipack has 3 toys in it.
8 ” Transparent Torso Anatomy Model
Learn about Human Anatomy with this fun 4D transparent torso 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! Busy hands build strong minds!
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!
Fame master 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.
How can I learn Human Anatomy with an educational toy ?
4D Human Nose and Olefactory
4D Human Nose and Olefactory : The first part of the process is collecting enough odor molecules to trigger a sensory response. The human body’s tool for this task are the nostrils, assisted by lungs acting as a pump so that air can flow through the nasal canal.
Most particulate contaminants are kept out of the respiratory system by nose hairs and mucus, leaving the odor molecules free to travel along the passage. However, at times, tissue in the nostril swells with blood, hindering the passage of air. You can test this easily by breathing normally and blocking one nostril at a time. You will likely find it easier to breathe through one than the other at any given moment. After time, the given obstructed nostril switches in something called the nasal cycle. The reason for the cycle is debated (Pendolino, Lund, Nardello, & Ottaviano, 2018), but this process allows a variation in the acquisition of odor molecules from each nostril as well as ensuring that neither one dries out.
Suitable kit for ages 8 years and up.