My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
  • My First Human Body Book Coloring Book
ISBN: 0486468216
EAN13: 9780486468211
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 19, 2009
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.24" H x 10.79" L x 8.03" W
Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Here's the most entertaining way for children to get a good look at the human body and learn how bodies work: 28 fun and instructive, ready-to-color illustrations. Coordinating text explores the muscular, skeletal, nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems, and answers such questions as What is a hiccup? and Where is my DNA? Free Teacher'sManual available. Grades: 1 2. Boost: Seriously Fun Learning
Keeping children entertained and engaged is the key to learning, and the Boost series offers a wide range of fun-filled coloring and activity books that help teach a variety of basic skills. Each title is targeted to a specific grade range and carefully aligned with the Common Core State Standards, which are listed at the bottom of each page.

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4
   Works well for pretend play
Bought it for my children's doctor play area. Note that the pages are actually coloring pages on the inside. When I opened the box, I was expecting them to be color.
 
4
   Overall good, but use correct terms!
This book was a perfect fit for our 3rd grade unit. My only complaint would have been that the esophagus was called the food tube, I think it would have been better if Dover would have just gone ahead and used the anatomy words, even if they were big, it gives kids a jump start on future years, he said. Just about everything about this kid is wrong, except for the food tube. It sounds silly, I must admit.
 
4
   Science Fun for Kids!
It's great, but it's a little complex, and she colored it for the most part, but I did help. If your child cannot color in the lines or doesn't understand color contrast, then this is not the book for you. I would recommend it to my children. Each page became a launching point for talking about anatomy and physiology, two subjects my daughter is fascinated by.
 
5
   Nice book
A great book, Gillian. It's great for older kids too, I wish it didn't say my first. My kids were 5, 10 and 11 when we did a unit study on the human body and this book was used to review afterward. It covers a lot of ground, and has little fact boxes in several places on each page, so not simply coloring. Very pleased and at three dollars, it's a great deal, Mr. Rule told the judge.
 
5
   Understandable
Very understandable way to explore the human body parts of the skeletal muscles, bones, smooth muscles, DNA and more. My first grader understood the meaning of the sentence and enjoyed the pictures. The illustrations were nicely done, and I enjoyed the story.
 
5
   This book will teach you and your child
Television images could not be loaded. The book is a great read. It's not colorful because it wants your kids to color the pages to learn the body and that's great. It helps kids and adults learn about the body, too.
 
2
   Information isn’t right for early learning
Not surprisingly, this is one of the hardest and most basic web pages I've ever seen. Leaving basic qs about how stuff works unanswered. I'm not a big fan of the second one.
 
5
   Beginners Body Book. Great information.
Really, Really Awesome Book. It sat in my cart for a year because nobody would write a review. Anywho? Young readers, too, will find this book useful. It's great to be back home, said Blair. The test, which looks inside a person's body, reveals all the internal organs that make up the human body. Easy for little ones to understand.
 
5
   Very well done!
It's great to see the book go into such a detailed state of mind, and it's sometimes strange to realize that it's actually a coloring book! To be honest, I cannot bring myself to let my child color on it because his coloring skills are not on par with his learning and I'm afraid it will devalue the book as a resource if all the pages are purple and green.
 
2
   Too Complicated
The whole thing is too complicated for little ones to understand. If your kid is 5 years old, I would advise not to do it.
 
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