Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Recommended age: 6 - 10 year-old ++
Who would love this: Young budding doctors and anyone interested to learn more about human body in an innovative & fun way!
Headu has a range of X-Ray puzzles that are original, interactive and engaging! One of my personal favourites is this “Human Body Under X-Ray Puzzle” - a must-have for all young and budding medical practitioners!
Why I love ❤️ this toy:
(1) "Magic Torch" - This is NOT a conventional puzzle. The set includes a “magic torch” that unveils what we can’t see with naked eyes. The puzzle demonstrate the complexity of human body through a seemingly ordinary 2D, flatly set-up puzzle in such clever way! Once the puzzle is assembled, shine the blue light on the body’s surface and watch skeleton, bones structures, organs, veins and arteries, and other hidden body features revealed excitingly, completes with labels describing the parts. The two kids were intrigued! We love how educational this puzzle is, teaching us about vital organs and “invisible” body systems in such cool way.
(2) Learn New & Tricky Words - I love that the puzzle doesn’t shy away from using difficult and medically correct terms. Kids get to expose to tricky words that we rarely used on daily basis (unless you are in a biology class), such as “larynx” (or what commonly known as “voice box”), “ischium” (the paired bone of the pelvis), and “zygoma” (sometimes called the “cheekbones”). The set also includes 10 double sided mission cards and an erasable pen; we get to search for the items in the cards, “tick-off” the cards with the pen, wipe the ink away, and re-start the process again. I love the “reusable” quality of this puzzle!
(3) 84-Piece Puzzle - Learn About Human Body! - This puzzles include 84 pieces. The cover of the box shows the picture of the assembled puzzle. The completed puzzle is “divided” into two distinct sections, one part (with the boy character) shows the internal organs (including blood vessels and dermis), and the other part (the girl character) shows the bones and skeletons. I also love that the puzzle makes a point to show the differences between male and female bodies (such as “vagina” and “ovaries” in girl’s body, and “penis” and “testicles” in the boy’s body. I am loving the “encyclopaedia” feel of this puzzle!
(4) Storage Box With Handle - I love the sturdy cardboard storage box with an easy-to-carry roped handle.
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