Learning about the human body should play an important role in our children’s development. If they learn about how the body functions, that could sow the seeds of living a healthy life.
‘See Inside the human Body’ is an ingeniously- designed book which will enable your child to quickly grasp what an amazing ‘piece of kit’ the body is.
This hardcover book is divided into the following sections:
- Circulation and the Lungs
- The Brain
- Protecting the Body
Each section has a double-page spread consisting of clear and colourful illustrations and a translucent outline which you can place against a white background enabling you to see the finer details of that particular part of the body.
As your child works their way through the book, they are able to place layers on top of each other, ultimately gaining an excellent understanding of the inside of the human body.
This book starts with the outline of the skeleton. They can view the skeleton in isolation by placing the translucent outline against the white background.
Once your child learns about the Skeleton , they can then move on to learning about Circulation and the Lungs.
Again they can begin by adding the translucent outline of the Circulation system and the lungs to the white background to see them in isolation.
Then you can add the Add image of the Circulation system and the lungs to previous slide .
Your child then moves on to learning about the digestive system,
Again they could see how the digestive system looks in isolation
Then they could see how it looks with the previous sections add slide of Skeleton, Circulation and the Lungs & Digestion
Your child moves on to learning about the nervous system
Following the above pattern, they can see the nervous system in isolation.
Before seeing how it looks when added to the previous sections.
Your child then moves on to leaning about muscles before they finally learn about the amazing ways the body protects itself via the lymphatic system.
This book could go a long way to fostering your child’s interest in the inner workings of their body.
Finally, your child could then put all the slides together to get a full picture of the inside of their body.
You never know, it could also be the start of their interest in anatomy and related subjects.
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