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Review: Dr. Livingston Jr. Human Body Floor Puzzle

If you like science and puzzles then this review is sure to excite you. Our daughter loves science so when I saw this puzzle I was so excited to try it out. Dr. Livingston Jr. Human Body Floor Puzzle is huge! When completed the puzzle is a whopping 4 feet tall. It is about the same size as our daughter who is 6. Me being so short this body puzzle is almost as tall as me. I love that the pieces are nice and big yet the puzzle still has 100 pieces. This human body puzzle comes with a double sided paper that shows the different parts of the body and gives facts about some of them. The other side of the anatomy reference guide points out more parts of the body. The reason I love that it has this paper is because it gives an excellent gateway to discuss the human body. Our daughter had lots of questions; how does this body part work, what does this part do? I was so glad that she enjoyed the puzzle and was able to learn so much from it. 

Another neat thing about this puzzle is that it shows so much. This human body puzzle is by far the best I have seen. There is so much detail and since the puzzle is so big it makes it really easy to see all the parts of the body. Some parts show the skeleton and other parts of the body show the muscles. You can easily see the different parts of the brain and all the different parts that make up one’s stomach area. It points out a lot of the different bones on the anatomy reference guide. Our daughter was even able to learn about tendons since this puzzles shows them. Anytime she had a question and I did not know the answer we looked it up. It is always nice to learn alongside my daughter. Makes for great bonding time. And she always gets even more excited about learning when we are both learning something new. I love when we get an item be it makes her ecstatic and wanting to learn more.

So, would I recommend this puzzle? I would absolutely recommend this amazing human body floor puzzle to everyone! Your child will learn so much and it is really cool that it is the size of the children. I have not found any downsides to this puzzle. It is easy to put together, easy to see all the different parts of the body, well made, big, has an anatomy reference guide and just all around fun. We got Dr. Livingston Jr. Human Body Floor Puzzle from Timberdoodle. If you decide to get their 1st Grade Curriculum Kit then you will get this puzzle since it is included in the kit. We have use their 1st grade kit before and loved it. If you have this puzzle I would love to hear your thoughts on it. So, make sure you hit up the comment section. And if you have other cool puzzles let me know about those as well.


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