Somebody: Five Human Anatomy Games in One

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Item #: 003129
ISBN: 9781570576034
EAN: 720233006036
Grades: K-5

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Publisher: Aristoplay

About Somebody: Five Human Anatomy Games in One

Customer Reviews

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Boring, not a fan
The instructions were confusing and we quickly lost interest. I was hoping for something much more interesting and engaging. My kids are 10 & 12. Maybe they are too old? But it was a definite fail.
November 30, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
JUST OKAY
I wouldn't call this a real game, more of a teaching tool.
January 27, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
This game was a Christmas gift to my daughter who is turning 5 in January We are starting our study of human anatomy in January officially On Christmas day and the day after we had already played all 5 versions of the game multiple times! This game is fun adaptable to multiple ages and absolutely 5 stars at our house! My favorite feature is the learning that comes from layering the body parts in order from back to front This really teaches more than just talking about it or viewing a photograph It is simply a fun game and there is plenty of challenge as well I was amused to notice that my daughter was keen to put the body parts away on the backing sheetand reciting/reading the names yet again A winner in my book!
December 26, 2010
I bought this for my oldest child when he was in Kindergarten and his 3 year old brother also liked to join in I love how it has varying ways to play that feature different levels of difficulty For younger kids they will learn the main organs in the body where they are located and their function There is also a whole set of cards with more complex questions for the older child It was a great buy for us!
July 13, 2008
This game has become a family favorite! I purchased it for my daughter when she was learning about anatomy for Science Little did I know how much fun it was! The clear pieces piled on top of one another was a brilliant idea as it shows what we really do look like inside
July 25, 2007
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This is a fun game that kids love and learn.
Rosanne B on Apr 22, 2019
After homeschooliing for 26 years, my oldest daughter, age 30, saw this and remembered that she enjoyed it and asked if I'd get it for her daughter, whom she's now homeschooling. Merry Christmas!!
Larry M on Nov 3, 2018
This is a fun game that kids love and learn.
Rosanne B on Apr 22, 2019
educational
Nelly S on Nov 23, 2018
After homeschooliing for 26 years, my oldest daughter, age 30, saw this and remembered that she enjoyed it and asked if I'd get it for her daughter, whom she's now homeschooling. Merry Christmas!!
Larry M on Nov 3, 2018
My kids like games. Hoping they can learn while they play.
Valerie M on Nov 16, 2017
A great way to learn about anatomy.
Terrie B on May 10, 2017
I have a five year old grandson who wants to learn about the human body. He says he wants to be a body doctor.
Florence K on Jun 13, 2016
I'm teaching a homeschool co-op anatomy class this year.
Benjamin E. J on Jan 17, 2016
We are starting our first grade study of the human body soon, and my son is excited to play this game as part of our lessons.
Elizabeth H on Dec 16, 2015
educational
Nelly S on Nov 23, 2018
My kids like games. Hoping they can learn while they play.
Valerie M on Nov 16, 2017
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