FINALLY, A HUMAN ANATOMY BOOK THAT YOUR KIDS WILL LOVE!
This award-winning workbook does far more than teach your child about the digestive system.
Join us as we gas up for knowledge on the digestive system! Travel to Ancient Japan and meet Tokugawa Ieyasu of the Tokugawa shogunate (dynasty), as we digest information on how the body turns food into the nutrients it needs.
Through an artful combination of hands-on learning, storytelling, world cultures, and engaging activities, this workbook guides your children on a journey of self discovery and an understanding of what they are made of.
Inside Adventure 5, you will find fun digestive system activities for kids that include experiments, crafts, comics, word games, recipes, and more!
Recommended Ages: For independent learning, we recommend ages 8-12. However, these workbooks are suitable for all ages, including parents too!
Teaches young learners about their digestive system through a multidisciplinary approach integrating literacy, science, social studies, health/wellness, art, and more!
This product includes:
121 pages of hands-on learning for hours of discovery and fun!
Includes the comic: Time Skaters Adventure 5: Hard to Stomach.
Know Yourself engages young minds in understanding anatomy, physiology, and psychology. This book sets a foundation for discovering how the body functions, building confidence, and making healthy decisions for yourself. Our pedagogical approach includes a variety of learning modalities, spiral curriculum design, and culturally responsive and representative content.
Know Yourself has had the great fortune of working with a team of parents, educators, writers, doctors, scientists, artists, researchers and filmmakers in creating this original, educational, award-winning content. We thank them all for their time, their passion, and their expertise in helping make Know Yourself a reality.
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