Do you remember anything that made you uneasy as a child?

Do you remember anything that made you uneasy as a child?

4/30/2021, 6:01:02 PM
Do you remember anything that made you uneasy as a child? . A couple weeks ago my little asked me “what are lungs?” and I ended up discovering that there were a lot of questions and unease about what was inside her body. Since then we’ve been trying to give her a clear picture of what our bodies are made of and how they work inside and out. . I know this isn’t my usual kind of book review post, but I couldn’t turn it down when @silverdolphinbooks asked if I wanted to review—since it was so relevant to the conversation happening in our home. It turns out “Adventures in Science: The Human Body”is not just a book, but an interactive since kit and we’ve spent A LOT of time with it. (The kit says 5+ years old, but I think an inquisitive 4 year old could enjoy too.) The kit comes with a plastic skeleton for you to put together, 20 fact cards, 2 sticker sheets, and a double-sided poster of the body that allows your child to put stickers of bones and organs in their proper place. . I thought it was the perfect balance of information and fun activities. My daughter has found several ways to insert her knowledge about clavicles into her conversations since she learned what they are while putting the skeleton together. (not only is the skeleton useful in learning the names of bones, but he makes regular appearances at the doll house to hang out with barbies. haha. She’s a big Tim Burton fan, which I think is enough explanation.) . All in all, we’ve been able to use this kit to put her mind at ease about what’s inside her body, and really how amazing our bodies really are. . #adventuresinscience #humanbody #anatomy #childrensbooks #bookflatlay

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