Teach your children and students to love science and anatomy with the all-new Anatomy Apron.
What's the best way to teach kids about all of the different organs in your body and where they're placed?
Sure you could show them boring pictures or videos, or you could use this Anatomy Apron that lets them wear it, and see precisely where each organ goes on their own body.
Just wrap the apron around your body just like any other apron, and each organ is attached using Velco strips so you can tear each one off to get a closer look, and place it back on the apron when you're done inspecting it.
The Anatomy Apron includes most of the important internal organs of the chest and abdomen including the heart, the lungs, the liver, stomach, large and small intestines, the kidneys, and more.
It is a perfect visual aid for your children to learn all of the important organs in the human body, as the name of each organ is behind each one. If they don't remember the name of a certain one, they can peel it off to find out what it's called.
The anatomy kids apron is made from polyester and cotton material, is meant for kids aged 3 and up, and makes for a great costume when not being used to teach or learn.
Material: Polyester & Cotton Size: 18" W x 24" L Recommended Ages: 3 years and up
United States: 10-15 days Rest of the world: 15-20 days
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My 8 yr old boy loves to study anatomy, so we purchased this as one of his birthday gifts. It’s his favorite! I’ve even caught my older (non anatomy interested) children trying to take it apart and get the organs back in correctly. It’s been a great tool to further my sons interest and learning.
This is the perfect little teaching tool for curious little hands! Well made, with soft, felt-like materials and is a unique method of showing little minds how their insides work. Highly recommended.
Perfect learning tool and it arrived faster than expected! Great quality as well.
Used for pre-school career day. It was great! Kids found organs and placed on the apron.
Used for pre-school career day. It was great! Kids found organs and placed on the apron. Great for learning human body!
Fun apron, three year old likes to match up the organs with where they go and talk about what they do. We can follow the path of where the food goes, but there's no bladder so that's a problem. I'll probably make a small one from felt. Cute educational toy!