In this fantastic and funny anatomical interactive adventure, children join Seemore Skinless, a mischievous 3D skeleton, in a variety of games and activities aimed at answering commonly asked questions about the body. With My Amazing Human Body, children will learn about human anatomy, health, nutrition, and much more through fun activities like “building” a body and “a day in the life” of Seemore. Ages 6 to 10.
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Learn basic scientific concepts, all explained with simple language and accompanied by colorful illustrations, animations and interactive learning environments with My First Amazing Science Explorer. Students then implement their basic understanding of just-learned concepts by conducting experiments, researching answers and recording their findings and observations. Ages 5 to 9.
Bursting with machines, movies, animations and gizmos, plus all the wit and humor of David Macaulay, The New Way Things Work explains the fascinating worlds of history's from 7000 B.C. to the present. The program is divided into four main sections : " The A-Z of Machines", "Principles of Science", "History" and "Inventors" each explaining the workings of more than 150 simple and complex machines and inventions.