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Human Anatomy Apron

Product Code: SC00997
This apron aids in understanding the location of nine main organs in the body.
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Technical Summary


Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Durable Construction

Constructed from quality fabric, this apron is designed for durability and repeated use, making it a lasting addition to any classroom's science teaching resources.

Interactive Learning

With nine detachable fabric organs, children can engage in hands-on learning, enhancing their understanding of organ size, position, and function.

Curriculum Aligned

Supports science education by aligning with the UK curriculum from Years 1 to 6, covering key topics such as the human body, digestion, and the circulatory system.

Engages Curiosity

Encourages active participation and curiosity among children, making learning about human anatomy an engaging and enjoyable experience.

Science Support

Specifically designed to meet science objectives, helping children identify and name basic body parts and their processes.

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Human Anatomy Apron With Detachable Labels

This apron aids in understanding the location of nine main organs in the body.


  • Enhancing learning through hands-on exploration, this human anatomy apron is an engaging tool for uncovering the complexities of the human body. Crafted from durable fabric with nine detachable organs, it offers an interactive method for children to learn about organ placement, size, and function, making abstract anatomy concepts tangible.

  • The apron is aligned with the UK Science curriculum, catering to children from Years 1 to 6. It facilitates practical learning opportunities, from understanding basic body parts and senses to exploring the digestive process, and circulatory system components. This resource supports a broad range of educational objectives and stimulates curiosity about human biology.

  • Designed for classroom demonstrations and group activities, it encourages participation. The detachable organs prompt discussions on anatomy's functional aspects, making it an effective tool for science education in primary schools.

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, Animals, including Humans

Describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans.

Science, Year 6, Animals, including Humans

Describe the ways in which nutrients and water are transported within animals, including humans.

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  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 5 to 11 years