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4x Life Size Human Ear Model

Product Code: SEAR
Explore the detailed structure of the outer, inner, and middle ear with this enlarged model.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Detailed Anatomy Features

This model features a removable eardrum, hammer and anvil, and a two-part labyrinth to demonstrate ear anatomy effectively.

Educational Tool

Ideal for supporting UK curriculum topics in Science for Year 1 and Year 4, focusing on human senses and sound recognition through vibrations.

Interactive Learning

The removable components facilitate hands-on learning, helping children directly explore the ear's structure and function.

Teacher Support Included

Comes with teacher’s notes to aid in lesson planning and ensure effective use of the model in educational settings.

Supports Science Curriculum

Supports the curriculum by helping children identify and label ear parts related to hearing.

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4x Life Size Human Ear Model

Explore the detailed structure of the outer, inner, and middle ear with this enlarged model.

Overview

  • This 4x life size human ear model serves as an exceptional teaching aid, detailing the complexities of the human ear. It features a removable eardrum, hammer, anvil, and a two-part labyrinth, which includes the stirrup, cochlea, and balance nerve, each appropriately scaled for hands-on learning and clear visibility.

  • Designed to support teaching in line with the UK curriculum, this model is invaluable for Year 1 science classes focusing on human body parts and senses, and Year 4 classes studying how sound is perceived through vibrations. Such topics are critical in fostering a foundational understanding of human anatomy and the principles of hearing.

  • Beyond its educational utility, the model is constructed from robust materials ensuring longevity, even in hands-on classroom environments. The additional teaching notes provided offer guidance to educators on how to integrate this model effectively into their lessons, enhancing both teaching and learning experiences.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 1, Animals, including Humans

Identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense.

Science, Year 4, Sound

Recognise that vibrations from sounds travel through a medium to the ear.

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    Age Range

  • Suitable for 5 to 11 years

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