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Learning Resources Cross Section Human Brain Model (LER1903)

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Item #: 901-JV34961
  Model #: LER1903
Brand: Learning Resources
Learning Resources Cross Section Human Brain Model (LER1903)
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Soft foam cross-section human brain model where child understand the complexities of the human brain is easy with this labeled cross-section model. Learning Resources® Cross-section human brain model is ideal for grades 2 - 5 and explains the functions of human brain. Model measuring 5" comes with an activity guide that offers detailed information about the brain.
  • Age group and grade: Ages 7 - 11 and grades 2nd - 5th
  • Type: Human body
  • Child understand the complexities of the human brain is easy with this labeled cross section model
  • Size: 5"(Dia)
  • Includes activity guide is included with detailed information on the human brain and how it functions
  • One half of the colorful foam model features the parts while the other half is labeled with letters for testing and assessing comprehension
  • Number of pieces: 1
  • Teaching your students about the complexities of the human body is easy with these cross-sectioned models that come apart for hands-on classroom demonstrations
  • One half is labeled with the parts of the organ while the other has letters only for testing purposes; each model measures 5" in diameter
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Audience : Teachers Brand : Learning Resources Customizable : No Education Subject Matter : Science
School Grade : Multi-Grade Science Resources Type : Lab Supplies Weight : 0.60 lbs. per Each
Weight : 0.60 lbs. per Each
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