Big Creatives Eco Human Anatomy Creative Box
Science fun and learning is here with My Creative Box Human Anatomy Box for Big Creatives 7 to 12 years old!
The human body is amazing and our Big Creatives are going to love the hands on science projects we have put together for them to learn more fascinating things about how their bodies work. Children will make a STEAM Lung project and learn how human lungs work by watching as air fills up the lungs and deflates just as it does when we breathe in and out! Children will also construct the human body skeleton with a fun wooden puzzle project and have hours of fun learning about the human body organs and their functions with the Human Body Felt Toy Set.
This box contains:
- Human Body Felt Toy Set
- STEAM Lungs Art Project Kit
- 3D STEAM Skeleton Activity Kit
- Brush and Glue Set
- Paint Set
- Creative Content and Instruction Booklet
How do you like the sound of receiving a NEW exciting Creative Box to your doorstep every month? No thinking, limited preparation, minimal mess and sure to please your mini explorer every month with a new and exciting theme to dive into!
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Australia national flat rate postage for one box is $6.95 or buy a double box and save on shipping with $9.95 flat rate shipping anywhere in Australia. Click here for international shipping. Free local pick up also available at selected times from Altona, Victoria 3018.
- What is the difference between the small format eco and larger box?
The small format box contains up to 3 activity kits while the larger box contains up to 6 activity kits and comes with some additional content in the creative instruction guides. Both are popular choices for gifting and cater to different price points to ensure everyone can access the creativity in our boxes.
- What makes the eco box sustainable?
The smaller format eco box comes with a significant reduction in one time plastic use including glass jars substituting plastic paint tubes, aluminium tins substituting plastic glue tubes, aluminium paint palette and wooden brushes substituting plastic equivalents.