Bones, Bodies, and Bellies

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Thames and Hudson, 1993 - Human anatomy - 128 pages
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Helps children understand how their bodies are put together, how their body systems work, and the nutrition required to keep their bodies working properly. Interactive, hands-on activities encourage students to learn by doing -- even in anatomy, physiology, and nutrition.

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I did this book with my daughter and we had great fun. Sadly, I never got around to purchasing the brads needed to attach her intestines. ; ) Other than that, it was so cool. You'll need large paper to do a trace of their bodies, then they color in various parts and paste them in. I'm about to buy it for my two other kids!. 

Contents

Straight As a Board
5
From Ear to Ear
11
Arch Rivals
17
Sockets and Hinges
23
Revving Up the Engine
30
Prickle Puzzles
37
The Great CoverUp
43
Keep the Change
50
Fat Trails
56
Vitamin Vittles
60
Flushing the System
73
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