Gross Anatomy: Make-Your-Own Squishy Human Body
Learn about human anatomy while experimenting with slime and putty in this fun, tactile STEM kit! Mix your own slime and pour it into the molds to make squishy organs, and stamp a small brain out of putty. Position and display the organs in a plastic torso case, and practice your surgeon skills with a plastic scalpel. Includes 4 packets of slime powder, organ molding tray, putty with container, brain stamp, torso case, measuring cup, spatula, scalpel, tweezers, googly eyes, and manual. The torso case measures 7.25” x 5.75” x 2.25”. ~Rachel E.
A squishy heart! Colorful lungs! Brains made of … putty?! Anatomy has never been so fun! With the Gross Anatomy science kit, you can learn all about the human body and its vital organs by making your own squishy, slimy models of them. Mix up colorful slime mixtures and pour them into the included molds to make some of the human body’s major organs: the heart, lungs, kidneys, stomach, large intestine, small intestine, and liver. Then, arrange your squishy creations in a clear plastic torso to visualize where they fit in your body. Next, use the included colorful putty and brain stamp to cut out a squishy brain model as you learn fascinating science facts about this important organ. You can even pretend to be a doctor by experimenting with a safe plastic scalpel for a fun, mushy, hands-on learning experience!