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The Magic School Bus™: Human Body Lab

Product Number: YSCWH9251169
$29.99
Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride with The Magic School Bus as they explore the fascinating w...
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Choking Hazard - Small Parts

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Choking Hazard - Balloon

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Children under 8 yrs. can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.

 

 

 

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Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride with The Magic School Bus as they explore the fascinating world of the human body. Young Scientists learn about the anatomy and physiology of the different organ systems through lots of fun and creative experiments and activities such as recreating the human body with cling-on window stickers, building a 17-inch plastic human skeleton, matching fun facts on a poster, making a lung model, measuring a pulse, dilating pupils, exploring touch receptors, finger printing, learning about teeth enamel, making a ball and socket joint, and much, much more! This entertaining bus-shaped kit comes with components for the experiments, a poster, sticker sheet, 20 colorful experiment cards, and data notebook to record observations. The highlight of this kit is the large plastic human body skeleton that Young Scientists will put together, label, and display. Seatbelts, everyone! Get ready to explore the Human Body! (Ages: 5 and up)

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YSCWH9251169

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Grade(s)
1
Grade(s)
3
Grade(s)
5
Grade(s)
K
Grade(s)
2
Grade(s)
4
Manufacturer
Horizon Group USA, Inc.

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