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More Anatomy Models

Previously we covered human body part models we carry, today we will show more models that have more detail of joints, organs, etc.

First is the Bone Tissue Model


This relief model depicts both exterior and interior details of four different human bone structures. Includes the femur, trabecular/spongy bone, compact bone, and blood vessels. It measures 16.5″ x 12″.

Continuing with Bones we have the Bone Structure Model


This bone structure model is enlarged 80x and demonstrates a section of a lemallar bone, along with the normal structure of a tubular bone. This extremely detailed model utilizes cross and longitudinal sections through all of the levels of bone to demonstrate the individual bone components. The model is 10.5″ x 8″ X 6″

Another close up framed model is the Skin Section Model


This model depicts a section of human skin and is enlarged 70X. The epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layers of tissues are shown in great detail. Representations of sweat glands, hair follicles, receptors, motor nerves, blood vessels, sebaceous glands and fatty tissue are also shown. Mounted on a base.

Moving the magnification out to life size we have the Shoulder Joint Model


This life-size model depicts the mechanics and detailed anatomy of the human shoulder and provides a great opportunity for student and patient learning. This model features portions of the clavicle, humerus, and shoulder blade as well as the glenohumeral and other ligaments that connect each to one another and allow movement.

Move down the arm we have the Elbow Joint Model:


This life-size model depicts the detailed anatomy of the human elbow joint and provides a great opportunity for student and patient learning. This model features the distal portion of the humerus and the proximal portions of the radius and ulna as well as the smooth articular cartilage and surrounding ligaments.



Yay! More body part models! (Anatomical Models)

Anatomical models are a great seller for us. We’ve got a wide variety at excellent prices and now we’ve added a few more. Let’s take a look:

We’ll start with the Muscles of the Human Leg -13 Parts Model.



Human Body System Model Activity Sets

When t comes to teaching students about how the various squishy parts of the human body work, simple transparencies and books sometimes just do not cut it. That’s why we have these Hubbard Scientific Human Body System Models to aid in education. Each Model has a 24″ x 18″ markable model made of durable vinyl as well as an activity guide  with background information. teach activities, glossary, model key, color transparencies, and a black line master. Six different kits are available. Staring with the Circulatory System:

5017This model consists of a cut-away 3D model of the interior of the heart as well as a model line of the human body’s veins and arteries. The model is tactile so students can trace the path of blood through the heart or the entire body.In addition a colorful three-overlay transparency of the heart is provided for further details.

Next up is the Respiratory System

5018With this set student can get a clear view of how they breath. The 3D cutaway features three detailed reliefs.  the cutaway human torso , and enlarged Bornchial tree and greatly magnified alveoli. The torso shjows multiple layers of the lungs as well as detail of the nasal passages, etc. Supplemental materials are included as well.


Now we detail how we eat with the Human Digestive System Model

5019This models shows details of the mouth, salivary glands, esophagus, stomach, liver, pancreas and intestines. Each section has a cutaway and enlargements are made of the stomach and intestines. Transparencies and other supplemntary teaching materials are included.

Now we get jittery with the Nervous System

5020This model demonstrations the structure of our central an peripheral nervous system. The cutaway human brain includes a removable transparent overlay defining the lobes. Details of the spinal cord, spinal nerves dendrites, axons, and synapes are included.

Last but not least we get to the wasteful model, or more specifically the Urinary System

5021This model features colorful views of the kidneys in detail, illustrating a magnified nephron. The kidney portion is dissected to illustrate the cortex, pyramid, calyx and papilla.

The sixth d final model f this series is the Endocrine System Model


This activity set helps students understand the structure and function of the endocrine system. Seven endocrine glands are depicted in whole and magnified sectional detail along with several related organs.  included on the mode are the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands, pancrea, ovaries, and testes.



Each set of models sells for $139.95 as of this writing. Teachers can also order Human Body Systems Master Set which includes all six models and their supplemental materials.

Interested in other educational human organ models?






Just Some Cool Videos Of Awesome Classroom Science Stuff

Yeah, we could be called lazy today, but these are some great videos of some classroom products that we carry. Have a look:

The Orbiter. Either non-illuminated, or illuminated the Earth-Sun Orbiter models demonstrate how the Earth orbits our Sun, and how the tilt of the Earth’s axis causes the seasons:

The Economy Stream table is used in Earth Science classes to demonstrate how streams erode the land around them, causing them to make new paths and changing the landscape:

A big step up from the Economy Stream Table is the Hydro-Geology Stream Table. Much more versatile and able to demonstrate more erosion concepts.

The Teaching Tornado Model is an excellent way to demonstrate how these destructive weather forces form. Here it is in action:

The Celestial Star Globe is an excellent visual aid for showing how the Earth sits in space. The transparent globe shows the position of the Moon and the stars in space.

The always popular Orrery is a mechanical demonstration of how the planets orbit in out solar system. Students can get a real feel for how the outer planets ‘take their time’ in circling the Sun.

Oh hey, another Orrery video!

Teaching anything about human anatomy? You probably should get a Torso Model.

Are you interested in great science products for your classroom? We’ve got a wide variety!




Anatomical Models – Some of a Mechanical sort!

We do quite a large amount of business selling anatomical models, and we always like to add more.  Most of our models are affordable, good quality products. But in addition to those models we also have a line of products from Denoyer-Geppert, a company that specializes in more high-end models – including ones that demonstrate how the   human body moves or muscles works. First up lets look at their Desktop Therapy Hand

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Science Jigsaw Puzzles – Part 2 all the other sciences!

In part 1 we covered all the new astronomy jigsaw puzzles we recently added to our product line. But we added more than a bunch of astronomy items. But we added a lot more than just astronomy puzzles. We also added puzzles from lots of other fields of science, such as as this 1,000 piece puzzle of Dinosaurs of the Jurassic Period

In the same dinosaur vein we also are carrying this horizontal (12″ x 36″) 750 piece puzzle of artist Tauro Takino’s print of  Dinosaurs marching towards the viewer:

In the field of chemistry we have two offerings, both of the Periodic Table of the Elements. The first is a classic Periodic Table 1,000 piece puzzle, which makes for an excellent way to learn the properties of the elements.

We also are carrying this attractive Illustrated Periodic Table of the Elements 1,000 piece puzzle.

This puzzle has photos or symbol representations of all the elements.

And for those more medically inclined we have just added this 1,000 piece puzzle of the Human Skeletal System. Each bone is labeled with details of the hands, knees, and joints.

Finally, in more of the realm of politics and geography, we have this excellent 1,000 piece puzzle of the World Map

Pick up some of these great puzzles today, who knows, you might learn a few things while putting them together!


New Anatomy Models – Human Body Parts!

Having covered the two nifty torso models we now carry, it is time to turn our attention to the other anatomy models that we have recently added. These are most parts of the human body. Let’s start with a skull!

Now we’ve carried skulls in the past, and still do. But this human skull model is new in that it is colored to denote the various regions and bones of the human skull – occipital,etc:

These markings make learning the regions of the human skull a breeze!  The skull is life size and a great teaching tool.

Working our way down and inside the body we also now have a  life-size Model of the Human Respiratory System

Lungs, heart and larynx are all mounted on board. The entire system consists of 7 parts.

Getting back to the bones, we now have a couple of female pelvic bone models:

For more advanced users we also have a female pelvic model with internal organs

The uterus, rectum, bladder, and bone ligaments are all included with this model to show their position and relative size. Both pelvic models are life-size.


New Anatomy Models – Human Torso Models!

The new year brings many new teaching tools for anatomy and biology classes. We’ll be covering a whole bunch of new models but today we start with two excellent life-size human torso models.

First up is a new, 17 part, Life-Size Sexless Human Torso:

This model is made of 17 parts such as, a 2-part heart, intestine, Right Lung & Rib, and many more.

The model also has an open back for viewing the model spine:

In addition to this model, we have also added a 27 Part Dual Sex Human Torso Model

This model can be set up as either male or female depending on the classroom’s needs. It has even more internal organs, including a 4 part lung, and 8 male & female organs. Like the previous model it has an open back.

Both of these models are a vast improvement over the standard  10″ and 20″ models, and yet are much more affordable than many of the Life-size models presently on the market. Get a quality product without breaking the bank!


Anatomical Models, or plastic parts is parts!

We carry a fair number of anatomical models on our website, so many that we actually have a whole section devoted to the line. We won’t cover everything in that section, but we will hit a few highlights. Let’s start off with popular skeleton models.

Human Skeleton Model With Muscles

Human Skeleton Model with Muscles

This guy is a popular model with the muscles built in on one side of the body. A half-size version is also available for this with space or budget concerns.  For those who do not want muscles on their skeleton we have a full-size unmuscled model. We also carry a line of supurb, highly realistic skeletons used for close-up medical study – contact us for details on that line.

OK, but sometimes you need more than a few muscles – you need a whole bunch of muscles and some skin on those models! That is where the Human Torso models come into play.

Knowbody Teching Model

The Know Body Teaching Torso

The KnowBody is perhaps the top of the line human torso model.  With 19 dissectable parts, 10 detachable parts and 150 hand numbered parts it is only beaten in quality by its Advanced Brother/Sister.

But if you are on more of a budget you might want to think about the 11 part Human Torso Model  or the 6 Part torso model.
So how about some of the parts inside the human body? You know, THE GUTS!

Lets start with the Jumbo Heart Model

Jumbo Heart Model

Jumbo Heart Model

If this 5x life size heart is too much we have a life size model, or if you are more interested in the way the heart actually pumps blood we have the technically magnificent Hands-on cardiac simulator for classroom work!

There more in the body besides the heart, of course. There’s the brain:

Brain model


Available as budget or 4 part budget model

There’s all those other organs as well. The Liver

Liver Model

Liver Model

The Stomach

Stomach Model

Stomach Model

(and its buddy The Digestive System Model)

The Kidney

Kidney Model

Kidney Model

(and of course the diseased pancreas & spleen)

We have many other models, of course, but they involve plants, mitosis, or other biological processes that may involve humans but are not human part models. We’ll cover them in a future post.