Human Skeleton Model

Item # LER 3337
Ages 8+
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Construct a realistic-looking human skeleton from head to toe, exploring how the bones support the body, relate to the circulatory system and protect organ systems.

  • Photo-illustrated instructions make assembly easy

  • Perfect for demonstration or centers

  • Features skull, rib cage, humerus, spinal column, radius, ulna, hand, pelvis, femur, tibia, fibula, foot and partial circulatory system

  • Includes 41-Piece plastic model, display stand and guide with skeleton facts

  • Skeleton stands 9.2"H when complete

  • Awards for Design:

    • American Graphic Design Awards
    • American InHouse Design Awards
    • American Package Design Awards

     

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    Don't buy

    By suzroberts

    from Providence, RI

    About Me Adult student

    Pros

    • Easy To Assemble
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • Falls apart
    • Poor Design

    Best Uses

    • None

    Comments about Learning Resources Human Skeleton Model:

    The product was purchased for a foundational kinesiology class. I only used the skeleton 3 times for the 3 submissions. After the first project, the arms came off. After the second project, the head fell off. I had to submit the third project with the arm stuck in the hip socket. This is very poorly made. My projects simply entailed coloring in on the model (in Pen) the origin and insertion of muscles.
    I've never purchased anything so cheaply and poorly constructed. Very surprising that my skeleton was the only one that fell apart. Very embarrassing. Gratefully, I still received an A in the course.

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