Learning Resources® Brain Anatomy Model

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Learning Resources® Brain Anatomy Model

Item # D205734S 
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Learning Resources® Brain Anatomy Model

$34.99

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Ground Ship Only: Item may not be shipped 2nd Day or Next Day.
Shipping Restriction: Item may not be shipped to Hawaii or Alaska.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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Students can look inside their own heads with this realistic model. It features cerebellum, frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes, corpus callosum, brain stem, hippocampus, ventricles, insula, corpus striatum, internal capsule and lentiform nucleus. Perfect in a nervous system center for a deeper understanding of how the parts of the brain work together. 

Details:
  • Measures 3.8" tall when assembled
  • For ages 8 and up
  • Contents:
  • 31-piece model
  • Display stand
  • Guide with facts and photo-illustrated assembly instructions
Students can look inside their own heads with this realistic model. It features cerebellum, frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes, corpus callosum, brain stem, hippocampus, ventricles, insula, corpus striatum, internal capsule and lentiform nucleus. Perfect in a nervous system center for a deeper understanding of how the parts of the brain work together. 

Details:
  • Measures 3.8" tall when assembled
  • For ages 8 and up
  • Contents:
  • 31-piece model
  • Display stand
  • Guide with facts and photo-illustrated assembly instructions
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Students can look inside their own heads with this realistic model. It features cerebellum, frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes, corpus callosum, brain stem, hippocampus, ventricles, insula, corpus striatum, internal capsule and lentiform nucleus. Perfect in a nervous system center for a deeper understanding of how the parts of the brain work together. 

Details:
  • Measures 3.8" tall when assembled
  • For ages 8 and up
  • Contents:
  • 31-piece model
  • Display stand
  • Guide with facts and photo-illustrated assembly instructions
Students can look inside their own heads with this realistic model. It features cerebellum, frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes, corpus callosum, brain stem, hippocampus, ventricles, insula, corpus striatum, internal capsule and lentiform nucleus. Perfect in a nervous system center for a deeper understanding of how the parts of the brain work together. 

Details:
  • Measures 3.8" tall when assembled
  • For ages 8 and up
  • Contents:
  • 31-piece model
  • Display stand
  • Guide with facts and photo-illustrated assembly instructions
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Learning Resources® Brain Anatomy Model is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Carelessly Manufactured [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] They sold me a defective set. I watched a video on how to assemble it and one of the pieces just simply would not fit where it belonged. I followed the instructions to a T, and again, I watched a video on how to assemble the model, so I know how to it is supposed to be done. I tried everything and spent hours on it. I'm not nearly as mad about the waste of money that this was as I am about the time wasted trying to assemble defective parts. I am a graduate student and had to assemble this model for a grade. Thanks to Learning Resources, not only did I waste time, money, and effort; but I also nearly received a zero for a grade. I had to jump through several hoops to avoid that. I want my money back...
Date published: 2021-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love amazing. just amazing..............................
Date published: 2019-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Unpractical for demonstration purposes to students Advertised as recommended for ages 8 and above, this product (a bit smaller than a regular adult fist), is detailed enough to describe basic brain anatomy. Actual brain model colors differ from those shown at the package and instructions manual (more to the pink color side). Sections can be separated and details are not only on the outside but also on the inside. Its size makes it quite pocketable. It requires time to assemble it the first time but, with practice, it gets easier over time. With instructions based on a picture principle to assembly and no words, it makes it easier to follow it, despite the language. However, details explaining brain areas are available in English only. Colored sections around the left side of the brain (colored brown, blue and green), are not specified in their particular corresponding functions. Due to the order and pressure required to assemble it, pieces keep together firmly, but it makes it difficult to assemble and disassemble it quickly for demonstration purposes to students with limited time. Also, because of its small size, demonstration for a large group would require the use of additional devices such as a computer cam and a class projector, in order to make it visible for everyone in real time. Some issues include: When taking apart a section, pressure wins and a piece may stay attached on the "wrong side"; in my case, a specific part didn't fit as it should to assemble a section (even with additional pressure to try to make it fit) and, since the corpus callosum is a small separated part, it may fall easily and get lost during a limited time demonstration. Because of the issues presented above, I think it's a little bit pricey for the regular quality it offers. A magnetic assembly mechanism would make a great improvement for this model.
Date published: 2019-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I found it useful for learning about brain anatomy I used it to get myself familiarized with the location of different key parts before I ventured into studying it in a human brain atlas book.
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too small & detailed for kids This thing is TINY and not at all recommended for a kid's science fair project. We ended up ordering a cheaper, larger, but still accurate product elsewhere online and were thrilled with that product.
Date published: 2013-04-08
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