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The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body
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- Educational and fun for kids
- Great hands on learning kit
- Encourages creative learning Kit has everything you need
- Ms. Frizzle from The Magic School Bus makes science an exhilarating experience
- Young Scientists bend bones, make joints, map taste buds, expand lungs, build a stethoscope, measure lung capacities
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The huge (life size for my 6 yo dd!) body poster is pretty cool. It looks like something that will last for a while (though it did rip when we unfolded it). The body part stickers are pretty neat too. We haven't stuck them on the poster yet though. I'm just afraid that we won't be able to get them lined up exactly with the body part outlines and then my dd will be frustrated. If they were repositionable stickers I would be much less anxious.
The instruction booklet is colorful and features the familiar characters which is nice. In theory, the topics should be interesting.
Materials from home might not be readily available. Right off the bat you need chicken bones for experiment one. Not such a great idea for a kid who is excited to get the stuff out of the box and play. You mostly likely have to skip experiment one until you can plan for it. You'll need your own 2 liter bottle too. We don't normally have soda in the house but bought some for the "tornado" tube experiments. So unfortunately we had to cannibalize that experiment for this experiment, which sadly didn't work.
Materials needed from home might not work well. We had to use a cut-up 2 liter bottle for the lungs "experiment". Today's 2 liter bottles probably don't work as well as ones from a few years ago that were thicker and perhaps not made of post-recycled materials. The Pepsi bottle was much too flimsy to hold its shape when a rubber band was wrapped around it. Every time we tried to do the activity it fell apart.Read more ›
We had a few experiments that didn't work. In a few instances I found simpler experiments online that demonstrated the same concept and worked much better.
Honestly, I felt like this was an overpriced large poster with stickers. Everything else can easily be gathered at home for a fraction of the cost.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A step into learning my daughter absolutely loved this choice gift for her birthday!Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
A couple of cute activities, nothing great. Poster was not very complete. Honestly found better resources on Pinterest.Published 1 month ago by erin
My daughter enjoyed this, however I was disappointed with the cheapness of the materials. The poster was reusable, but most of this is a 1 time usePublished 4 months ago by Thea G
Very cheaply made. I thought this would be a kit our 8 year old could use to learn about the human body and systems but it is so cheap that it is not good for him. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Suzie Miller
not interesting for my 8 year old; I ended up doing most of it, and it was sparse on contents.Published 7 months ago by Noelle