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Giant Sized Human Teeth Models

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Demonstrate the functions of different human teeth with these giant-sized models.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Durable Construction

Constructed from durable plastic, these models are robust. They vividly showcase human teeth's functions, enhancing children's understanding of dental health.

Comprehensive Set

This set includes detailed models of a molar, canine, and incisor, each designed to provide a clear understanding of different teeth functions.

Curriculum Support

Aligned with the Year 4 Science curriculum, these models aid in teaching about the types and functions of human teeth.

Interactive Learning

Encourages hands-on exploration, allowing children to physically engage with the models for a deeper understanding of dental health.

Educational Resource

Includes teacher's notes to guide educators in using these models effectively, enhancing science lessons on dental health.

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Giant Sized Human Teeth Models

Demonstrate the functions of different human teeth with these giant-sized models.

Overview

  • Enhancing dental health education, these giant sized human teeth models are essential for classroom demonstrations. Showcasing a molar, canine, and incisor made from robust plastic, these models provide durability for educational purposes. Ideal for group learning, they help children visualise different teeth's functions in a tangible way.

  • Aligned with Year 4 Science curriculum on 'Animals, including humans', these models enhance lessons on human teeth, illustrating their roles. The set includes a detailed molar, offering a hands-on approach to studying dental anatomy.

  • Accompanied by teacher's notes, these models support educators in delivering engaging lessons on dental health, promoting active participation and facilitating a better understanding of human anatomy through physical interaction with the models.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 4, Animals, including humans

Identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions.

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    Material

  • Plastic

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 5 to 11 years

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